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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
OPINION: Sell your industrial and retail real estate right now

OPINION: Sell your industrial and retail real estate right now

Veteran Saskatchewan broker says this is the time to cash out of industrial and commercial retail assets
Cities with highest home prices have lowest birth rate

Cities with highest home prices have lowest birth rate

Coincidence? Victoria leads nation with lowest births in Canada, but Vancouver and Kelowna also edging close to a near-childless population; immigration now the sole source of population growth
OPINION: Affordable housing solutions? Look in the mirror

OPINION: Affordable housing solutions? Look in the mirror

Politicians and real estate developers have had their say on the root cause of Canada’s current housing-price crisis. Perhaps it is time to look a little deeper
OPINION: The inconvenient truth about wind and solar power

OPINION: The inconvenient truth about wind and solar power

A commentary by a retired business leader who has been a director of five global corporations.
Opinion: Liberals housing plan mostly vague and naïve

Opinion: Liberals housing plan mostly vague and naïve

Federal Liberal’s housing strategy unlikely to achieve results expected, but ‘accelerator fund’ could help municipalities speed new home construction, and co-op housing aid is welcomed
Opinion: Thursday night debate highlights prime minister's weaknesses

Opinion: Thursday night debate highlights prime minister's weaknesses

The federal election is on Sept. 20.
7 things the fall housing market could have in store for buyers in B.C.

7 things the fall housing market could have in store for buyers in B.C.

Thinking of buying a home in B.C.? The housing market could have more movement this fall.
Opinion: Trudeau pawns PM credibility for pandemic political opportunism

Opinion: Trudeau pawns PM credibility for pandemic political opportunism

An election is expected to be called on Sunday, Aug. 15.
How the return to work could impact Canada's real estate landscape

How the return to work could impact Canada's real estate landscape

With many workers returning to the office for just a few days a week to start, there will also be a continued interest in renters and buyers needing spaces with home offices.