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Port Moody is located on the Burrard Peninsula, a mountainous peninsula that separates Burrard Inlet from Indian Arm. The inlet was named for Sir Harry Burrard-Neale, a British officer who served as Commander-in-Chief of the Pacific Station of the Royal Navy. Port Moody itself was named after John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley and Lord de Mauley (1808–1892), Secretary of State for War and Colonies at the time that Richard Clement Moody was appointed Governor General's secretary in 1868. The city has an area population (2016) of 30,890 with 13% being visible minorities; 46% are foreign born residents; 66% speak English as their first language while 20% speak Chinese languages such as Mandarin or Cantonese at home. It is one third smaller than Vancouver but twice as densely populated since it has only half land to work with compared to Vancouver which spreads out over more space due to its hilly terrain making it less dense than most cities on flat ground like Toronto or Montreal .