217: In hectares, the total surface area of Vancouver’s smallest official neighbourhood.
5: Circumference, in metres, of the largest giant sequoia tree on the Cambie Street median south of King Edward Avenue.
8,000: Cost, before taxes, of a bottle of 2003 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti La Tache red wine currently available at the liquor store at W. 39th and Cambie.
690: Average number of kids treated each day at BC Children’s Hospital on Oak Street.
12: Percentage of South Cambie residents who commute to work on bicycles, 10 per cent higher than the Metro Vancouver average, according to the 2006 census. Data from the 2011 census and since the completion of the Canada Line is not yet available.
0: The number of Keno lottery games found inside the Kino Café.
99: Types of beer listed on the menu at Biercraft Bistro on Cambie Street.
20: Number of hours it typically takes Rob MacDonald of West Coast Kilts to make a kilt by hand in his South Cambie workshop.
6: Number of storeys of South Cambie’s tallest building, located at the SW corner of W. 16th and Cambie.
45: Number of storeys proposed for a new condo project at Oakridge Mall.
25: Approximate percentage of households where the primary language is Chinese.
2: Number of schools where the primary language is French. Students up to Grade 6 attend École Rose-des-Vents, while older kids attend École secondaire Jules-Verne.
60: Average percentage of Eric Hamber secondary students who graduate with honours each year. Notable alumni include MLA Jenny Kwan, actress Kristin Kreuk, and The Daily Show and Colbert Report writer Eric Drysdale.
8: Number of blocks away that real estate website BlockTalk.ca says South Cambie is actually located. They claim the neighbourhood is instead found between West 49th and West 59th avenues and between Oak and Ontario streets.
13: Types of tortas sandwiches, Mexico’s answer to the hamburger using crusty bread rolls, available at Las Tortas restaurant.
8.5: Price, in dollars, of a cheap Tuesday ticket at Park Theatre, one of the city’s sole remaining single-screen movie theatres.
101: Age of the Tudor-style RCMP training facility on Heather Street.