West Point Grey: Neighbourhood numbers

9.20: The cost in dollars for a traditional British breakfast at The Diner, a 52-year-old restaurant at 4556 West 10th Ave., which serves "Fine British Fayre."

1792: the year West Point Grey was named after Captain George Vancouvers friend Captain George Grey.

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1922: The year the Municipality of Point Grey passed Canadas first zoning bylaw. It prevented development of anything but homes and their related outbuildings, according to the City of Vancouver website.

12: the cost in dollars for a pound of ground kangaroo meat at The Butcher shop at 4529 West 10th Ave.

184: The number of businesses that belong to the Point Grey Village Business Improvement Area, which stretches from Tolmie to Discovery.

101: The age of Aberthau Mansion, a Tudor-style mansion, at 4397 West Second Ave.

5: The number of months Hostelling Internationals Jericho Beach location is open to independent travellers

13.95: The cost of a Dino Bone, which can be personalized in carob, at Three Dog Bakery at 4548 West 10th Ave.

77,079: The median household income in dollars in West Point Grey in 2006, according to Census data, compared to $47,299 for the City of Vancouve

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