Skip to content

British Columbia

Impacts of Highway 4 closures are still being felt by businesses today

Impacts of Highway 4 closures are still being felt by businesses today

Lost revenue from highway closures and CEBA loans are squeezing businesses that rely on tourism and recreation
Whistler condo sells for $9.3M—a new record high

Whistler condo sells for $9.3M—a new record high

The 3.5-bedroom unit is located in the Four Seasons private residences
Co-working spaces expand through Southern Alberta

Co-working spaces expand through Southern Alberta

"Shadow vacancy" addressed as IWG continues expansion plans
Vancouver approves new incentives for mass timber construction

Vancouver approves new incentives for mass timber construction

New mass-timber building projects in Vancouver can now apply to be taller
Alberta government announces new rules for renewables projects as moratorium ends

Alberta government announces new rules for renewables projects as moratorium ends

CALGARY — The Alberta government has laid out new rules to guide future wind and solar developments in the province as a seven-month pause on such projects comes to an end.
Greater Victoria office-leasing market likely to remain stagnant: report

Greater Victoria office-leasing market likely to remain stagnant: report

The capital region’s office market is experiencing higher vacancy rates and is seeing more subleases as tenants look at downsizing
Metro Vancouver commercial real estate continues to stabilize

Metro Vancouver commercial real estate continues to stabilize

Second half of the year promises to be more active as interest rate cuts take hold
Tri-Cities turn to transit-oriented development to accommodate population boom

Tri-Cities turn to transit-oriented development to accommodate population boom

‘Unprecedented’ developments planned to accommodate projected population growth
Les Leyne: Flipping tax long time coming, late arriving

Les Leyne: Flipping tax long time coming, late arriving

The flipping fire truck will be arriving in January 2025, but the blaze looks to be under control
B.C.’s aggressive push to clear roadblocks for housing is still meeting ... roadblocks

B.C.’s aggressive push to clear roadblocks for housing is still meeting ... roadblocks

Projects have spent years hung up in approval processes in some cities. Some have been snarled by complications with meeting the affordability rules of different funding agencies