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This investment structure unlocks enhanced capital raising strategies, tax savings, and cost savings

This investment structure unlocks enhanced capital raising strategies, tax savings, and cost savings

The new mutual fund trust structure unlocks the potential with RRSP and TFSA funds
Choosing Cranbrook isn’t taking a chance, it’s a choice to help businesses grow and succeed

Choosing Cranbrook isn’t taking a chance, it’s a choice to help businesses grow and succeed

The city proudly celebrates several accomplishes thanks to its ambitious, dedicated, and forward-thinking city council members
Special report: five top towns for real estate investors in 2023

Special report: five top towns for real estate investors in 2023

Job-generating, affordable Calgary tops our annual list, but a new oceanfront destination and three other B.C. centres round out top picks for real estate investors
Investment opportunities abound at one of Canada’s fastest-growing airports

Investment opportunities abound at one of Canada’s fastest-growing airports

Cranbrook-owned Canadian Rockies International Airport is surrounded by 52 acres of development-ready land
Nanaimo riding a building wave as permits surge to a record high

Nanaimo riding a building wave as permits surge to a record high

Builders took out $319 million in building permits in the first half of this year, quickest pace ever for the fast-growing Island city
Seabridge prepping $12 billion KSM mine near Stewart, B.C.

Seabridge prepping $12 billion KSM mine near Stewart, B.C.

Seabridge Gold will spend $150 million this year preparing the ‘largest undeveloped gold-copper project in the world’ for development
Victoria bucks trend as home prices keep rising

Victoria bucks trend as home prices keep rising

Metro Vancouver and Kelowna prices were lower in June than a month earlier but continued to increase in Victoria, B.C.’s largest market outside of the Lower Mainland.
Kelowna takes building boom to next level

Kelowna takes building boom to next level

Building permits average $200 million a month and housing sales are up 253 per cent from 2020 as Okanagan city shifts into development overdrive
Lethbridge: Alberta’s strongest municipal economy

Lethbridge: Alberta’s strongest municipal economy

Commercial permits in Lethbridge ballooned in 2016, with retail and office sectors performing exceptionally well
Langford: Impressive growth rate drives up commercial and housing starts

Langford: Impressive growth rate drives up commercial and housing starts

The City of Langford population is growing at a prodigious rate of 20 per cent, driving up demand for housing and commercial projects