Canada's fastest-growing city economies in a report released Thursday.

Vancouver is expected to come out on top this year, with an estimated GDP growth of 3.3 per cent — outpacing the 1.8 per cent the Canadian economy is projected to increase overall.

The Conference Board of Canada's "Metropolitan Outlook: Winter 2016" is an annual analysis of economic growth in 28 cities.

Vancouver's growth will be fueled by sectors such as construction, transportation, manufacturing and warehousing.

"Growth in the construction sector will be fuelled by large mixed-use and non-residential projects, such as the Trump International Hotel and Tower and the expansion of the Vancouver International Airport, as well as stable new home construction," said a news release.
With the prices rising in Vancouver the town of Langley only 45 min away will become an even better buy.