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Homeowners, realtors should take steps to protect against title fraud: experts

Homeowners, realtors should take steps to protect against title fraud: experts

It's been years since you finished paying off your mortgage, so the letter in the mail from a bank saying you're in default and now owe money comes as a shock.
From sawmills to sports teams: The rise of Amar Doman's business empire

From sawmills to sports teams: The rise of Amar Doman's business empire

As the original Doman business was collapsing, one scion was starting a new one
Lower Mainland presale market heating up in 2024

Lower Mainland presale market heating up in 2024

The number of presale launches in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley has gone up three months in a row.
Churchill charts a new course as infrastructure cash starts flowing

Churchill charts a new course as infrastructure cash starts flowing

Renewed optimism surrounds the Port of Churchill and how it could be developed into a transportation hub
February housing starts increased 14% from January: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp

February housing starts increased 14% from January: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp

OTTAWA — The pace of home construction rose in February as builders started on more apartments and condos, but the industry continues to struggle under cost pressures. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Victoria won't request delay on short-term rental rules

Victoria won't request delay on short-term rental rules

The vote was 5-3 in favour of killing a motion that would have seen Mayor Marianne Alto write to the province asking it to hold off implementation until November
Vancouver appoints new development manager, still silent on chief planner

Vancouver appoints new development manager, still silent on chief planner

Corrie Okell will take on the role of general manager of development, buildings and licensing, replacing Andrea Law who has been with the city for 34 years.
Work begins on $303.9M Belleville Terminal redevelopment

Work begins on $303.9M Belleville Terminal redevelopment

The first phase includes creation of a temporary terminal by modifying and expanding the wharf at the CPR Steamship building for the FRS Clipper
B.C. commercial real estate layoffs may disproportionately impact women

B.C. commercial real estate layoffs may disproportionately impact women

Industry experts say that marketing and communications teams are the first to go, but also have the most women on them.
B.C.'s city planner shortage could slow housing progress

B.C.'s city planner shortage could slow housing progress

Implementation of provincial mandates is stretching short-staffed planning departments.