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Vancouver developer eyeing four new residential towers in Kelowna

Vancouver developer eyeing four new residential towers in Kelowna

The land on which the four towers would rise is to the east of the original Waterscapes, which is 27 storeys tall, and north of the ONE Water Street project.
Canada's real estate sector expected to rebound with economy in 2022

Canada's real estate sector expected to rebound with economy in 2022

Canada's residential, commercial, industrial and retail real estate sectors are expected to rebound in 2022 as the economy continues to emerge from pandemic restrictions and lockdowns, a report released Dec. 21 said.
‘Thousands of jobs’: Amazon adding Burnaby mega-distribution hub

‘Thousands of jobs’: Amazon adding Burnaby mega-distribution hub

More than 500,000 squared feet of space
West Vancouver to limit nail salons and money exchanges along Marine Drive

West Vancouver to limit nail salons and money exchanges along Marine Drive

The proposed amendment to the zoning bylaw would limit nail salons and financial services to 20 per cent of street front businesses per block.
Should the District of Squamish become a tenant?

Should the District of Squamish become a tenant?

Former mayor, CAO and others question District's decision to rent a new municipal hall for $1 million a year rather than own.
Powell River industrial property redesignation highlighted

Powell River industrial property redesignation highlighted

City councillors receive report on removal of section 21 on city-owned land in Townsite
St. Albert to expand by 3,700 acres in January

St. Albert to expand by 3,700 acres in January

Edmonton suburban city to annex 1,500 hectares of neighbouring land in the new year
All New Year's Eve parties and events are cancelled in B.C. this year

All New Year's Eve parties and events are cancelled in B.C. this year

Dr. Bonnie Henry says all parties are cancelled again this year.
Federated Cop-op buys 181 Husky gas stations

Federated Cop-op buys 181 Husky gas stations

$264 million deal is the largest retail acquisition in the Co-op’s history
Northern B.C. ski resort kicks into action

Northern B.C. ski resort kicks into action

Hudson Mountain above Smithers drew 3,500 opening day and is offering the next phase of building lots this season