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B.C. unattractive for oil and gas investors: survey

B.C. unattractive for oil and gas investors: survey

Fraser Institute survey finds investors deterred by regulations, land claims
Vancouver office vacancies fall as industrial vacancies tick up in last quarter of 2023, says report

Vancouver office vacancies fall as industrial vacancies tick up in last quarter of 2023, says report

Both markets are adjusting to large amounts of new supply being added over the last year
B.C. economic growth will lose momentum in 2024: Deloitte

B.C. economic growth will lose momentum in 2024: Deloitte

The province is expected to see slower consumer spending and business investment, and a higher unemployment rate
B.C. construction industry predicted to be ‘surprisingly robust’ in 2024

B.C. construction industry predicted to be ‘surprisingly robust’ in 2024

Industry association signals 2024 will be a busier year than the last despite headwinds such as labour shortages and supply chain issues.
Transit nodes and arterials best bets for East Van densification plays

Transit nodes and arterials best bets for East Van densification plays

East Vancouver redevelopment plans face economic, infrastructure hurdles
Lytton mayor expects more building permits to be issued 'any day now'

Lytton mayor expects more building permits to be issued 'any day now'

Village offering a 50 per cent reduction on building permit fees to aid those wishing to rebuild
These were the most expensive commercial properties sold in Burnaby last year

These were the most expensive commercial properties sold in Burnaby last year

Commercial properties sold in 2023 for prices ranging from $10.3 million to $3.3 million
GSL Group ramps up development plans for Kelowna properties

GSL Group ramps up development plans for Kelowna properties

Vancouver-based developer proposes 23-storey tower for Capri Centre, revives Water Street plans
Prairie real estate set for reset in 2024 as major projects rise

Prairie real estate set for reset in 2024 as major projects rise

Population growth, major projects buoy prospects
Fraser Institute: B.C.’s attempt to reduce cash-for-density deals may fall short

Fraser Institute: B.C.’s attempt to reduce cash-for-density deals may fall short

Addressing the issue of community amenity contributions is commendable, but it might not reduce relatively astronomical fees paid to build housing units