A Vancouver development company is making its first investments in Nanaimo, joining other Lower Mainland firms that have been building on the Island as land values and demand rise in B.C.’s housing. . .
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Downtown Victoria condo owners who use their units for short-term vacation rentals, or STVRs, may soon have to take out business licences and could see their units re-classified as a business for . . .
A proposal to build two 21-storey condominium towers in Victoria — including one that could be “affordable” units for households with incomes up to $99,000 — has been forwarded by city council for . . .
The region’s retail and office real estate sectors appear poised for a strong 2017 after setting the table last year with improvements in vacancy rates and new supply, according to a new report by . . .
Thank you to the wonderful people from Cushman Wakefield & D. R. Coell & Associates Inc. for providing a deluxe breakfast this morning at Our Place Society.
Everyone was thrilled the smell of bacon coming from the kitchen.
It was cold, windy and pouring rain at 7am so there is nothing better than to come in to smiling faces and a special breakfast.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is taking additional steps to mitigate risk in Canada’s highly charged housing markets, including increasing mortgage insurance eligibility even for borrowers with large down payments.
The Oak Bay Marine Group has signed a deal to sell its two remaining Island hotels — Painter’s Lodge in Campbell River and April Point Resort and Spa across Discovery Passage on Quadra Island — to . . .
A major public hearing Sept. 12 in Sidney will go a long way to determine whether the town council votes for bylaws that would pave the way for the proposed $35-million Gateway Shopping Centre at . . .
VANCOUVER — About two dozen stratas across Metro Vancouver are positioning themselves to dissolve and sell their entire buildings to developers, according to Tony Gioventu, executive director and . . .
A healthy tourism industry and construction sector helped Greater Victoria post the second-lowest unemployment rate among Canadian metropolitan areas last month. Statistics Canada said the region&. . .
The pace of selling homes may have slowed slightly, but with limited inventory the heat was still turned up high on the Victoria real estate market in July, according to figures released Tuesday by. . .
B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone announced $34 million in safety upgrades to a dangerous section of the Malahat where a 33-year-old Shawnigan Lake man died last year. The project will increase. . .
Vancouver’s desire to levy a tax on empty housing has received the go-ahead from the provincial government, prompting the mayors of Victoria and Oak Bay to say they’re also interested in such a tax. . .
The Galloping Goose trail will be moved closer to the the Marigold and Spectrum schools as part of the McKenzie interchange project, and parents are expressing concerns about safety, traffic noise . . .
The Capital Park development near the legislature in James Bay is starting to take shape with the announcement of the first commercial tenant and a new library branch for the site.Red Barn Market . . .