Skip to content

British Columbia

Vancouver industrial market the tightest in North America

Vancouver industrial market the tightest in North America

Eye-popping prices send users to secondary markets
Strong electric vehicle demand supports Manitoba nickel mine, says Vale

Strong electric vehicle demand supports Manitoba nickel mine, says Vale

Vale's ambitious drilling program could trigger a billion-dollar investment
Contractors sued for “deficient’ work on Kelowna tower

Contractors sued for “deficient’ work on Kelowna tower

High-rise suffered from shoddy drywall and railing work, claims developer of 14-storey, 91-unt Ellis Park residential tower
Engineer behind evacuated B.C. rental tower fined, stripped of licence

Engineer behind evacuated B.C. rental tower fined, stripped of licence

The new 11-storey Langford high-rise had its occupancy permit pulled just before Christmas 2019 after it was deemed structurally unsafe
Metro Vancouver house prices cut as sales dip, listings increase

Metro Vancouver house prices cut as sales dip, listings increase

‘Calming market’ in May spooks some home sellers as transactions fall, listings rise and asking prices start to slide
Burnaby to move ahead with 40-acre Willingdon Lands project

Burnaby to move ahead with 40-acre Willingdon Lands project

More than 5,000 homes, 17 towers, office space and a 450,000-square-foot film studio planned in First Nations-led development
Opinion: B.C. decriminalization a full retreat from 'war on drugs'

Opinion: B.C. decriminalization a full retreat from 'war on drugs'

It’s a three-year trial, but given the energy B.C. officials put into winning it, there’s a good chance it will be permanent
Vancouver’s net-zero building commitments lag global leaders

Vancouver’s net-zero building commitments lag global leaders

Consistent tracking of performance is a missing piece of the net-zero equation
B.C. mourns death of Vancouver businessman, philanthropist Joe Segal

B.C. mourns death of Vancouver businessman, philanthropist Joe Segal

Segal founded Kingswood Capital to become a significant real estate investor and developer
Metro Vancouver suburbs take hardest home sales hit

Metro Vancouver suburbs take hardest home sales hit

Housing sales will plunge by 30 per cent in the Fraser Valley this year and prices will “flatline” by 2023, BCREA forecasts