The Fraser River is the longest in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It forms in the Canadian rockies and runs nearly 1.4k km (about 850 mi.) to empty into the Strait of Georgia in Richmond, which lies just to the south of Vancouver. There are numerous bridges crossing the river, all of which are critical to the infrastructure of Greater Vancouver. In this drone video by plangereis, you'll get a nice view of the river's bridge crossings near the towns of Surrey, New Westminster, and Coquitlam.