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Denman conservation charity buys 80 acres of forest and wetlands

Denman conservation charity buys 80 acres of forest and wetlands

It is home to the red-legged frog and habitat for many other species at risk, likely including the wandering salamander, little brown bat and western screech owl
B.C. reforms could prove fatal for forestry jobs

B.C. reforms could prove fatal for forestry jobs

Forest industry, unions and First Nations warn sweeping forest reforms threaten thousands of jobs, scores of resource towns and the future of B.C.’s most valuable export
Single-tenant assets prove a hat-trick investment

Single-tenant assets prove a hat-trick investment

Strong covenants with brand tenants, long triple-net leases and quality locations make single-tenant properties – even stratas - a prime investment for 2022
BC Tree Fruits site in Kelowna sells for $23.7 million

BC Tree Fruits site in Kelowna sells for $23.7 million

The near-four-acre site is adjacent to the 40-acre Tolko mill site, which is also slated for future development in the north end of the city
Split vote by DNV council quashes Maplewood Gardens redevelopment plan

Split vote by DNV council quashes Maplewood Gardens redevelopment plan

Council votes down mixed-use development proposal for village town centre
Hundreds of Tri-City properties with land use contracts to be rezoned next year

Hundreds of Tri-City properties with land use contracts to be rezoned next year

Land use contracts for dozens of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody homes are due to be cancelled next year — a move required by the provincial government.
BREAKING: B.C. pension fund sells twin Calgary office towers

BREAKING: B.C. pension fund sells twin Calgary office towers

The Chicago investment group that purchased the Bow Tower in August has paid BCI $475 million for the fully leased twin-tower office complex in downtown Calgary
Squamish takes the heights in home price increases

Squamish takes the heights in home price increases

With home prices ascending faster than anywhere in Metro Vancouver, Sea-to-Sky city has more than Chief climbers heading for the top
North Van’s Maplewood proposal finally goes to council

North Van’s Maplewood proposal finally goes to council

A decade after discussion and planning began, developers’ proposal for a 535-home and retail town centre goes to first reading in North Vancouver District this month
OPINION: Vancouver’s industrial market is being strangled

OPINION: Vancouver’s industrial market is being strangled

Recent floods have shown Vancouver’s supply chain is too dependent on centralized distribution – we need to expand industrial space to outlier centres