Anmore is a small municipality in the western Canadian province of British Columbia and is located in the northeastern part of the Greater Vancouver Regional District.
Anmore is located about 30 kilometers northeast of Vancouver and the communities of Coquitlam, Port Moody, Belcarra and North Vancouver (District) as well as parts of the unincorporated area of Greater Vancouver Electoral Area A enclosed. Anmore is located on Indian Arm.
The town's name derives from a small stream. The name was formed by the resident settlers, FJLancaster, from the first name of his wife Annie and his daughter Leonore. This name prevailed over time after the settlement was originally founded under the name of Eagle Crest.
The granting of local government (incorporated ) took place on 7 December 1987. However, the story of the settlement goes further back. Prior to settlement by Europeans, the area was the case even settlements and hunting grounds of the First Nation.
The census in 2011 showed a population of 2,092 people for the small village. The population has thereby increased since the census of 2006 at 17.2%, while the population in British Columbia grew simultaneously only by 7.0%.
In Anmore are the biggest employment sectors, the education sector and the area of research and development.
The average income of all employees from Anmore in 2005 was well above average C $ 38,996, while at the same time only 24 867 C $ was the average for the entire province of British Columbia. The percentage difference in earnings between men ( 46 907 C $; provincial average = 31 598 C $ ) and women ( 29 985 C $; provincial average = 19 997 C $) falls in Anmore, based on the average income of all workers in the province, more clearly than in the comparison for the entire province. Although both groups earn significantly above the Provinzdurchschnit, the percentage of sub Scheid for men is even greater than that of women. Male employees earn both here compared to the provincial average of all employees as well as comparison of all male employees in the province significantly above average. Also, the income of female workers is also well above average in both comparisons. For female workers, the percentage difference in earnings compared to all female employees in the province is even greater than that of men.