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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
Quesnel: Affordable housing and roomy rental market

Quesnel: Affordable housing and roomy rental market

Purchasing a home in the Northern Cariboo region only requires 27 per cent of household income, while the city's rental vacancy continues to loosen
Parksville: Vancouver Island 'Jewel' a haven for summer tourism industry

Parksville: Vancouver Island 'Jewel' a haven for summer tourism industry

Beachfront properties draw in wealthy retirees and investors willing to shell out for property in one of mid-island's most pricey locales
Salmon Arm: Investors to benefit from declining home prices and tight rental vacancy

Salmon Arm: Investors to benefit from declining home prices and tight rental vacancy

Home prices for both detached and attached stock are declining, offering bargain investment options for investors looking to purchase rental units
Terrace: Industrial and tourism sectors keep hope alive in Northwest B.C.

Terrace: Industrial and tourism sectors keep hope alive in Northwest B.C.

Despite several axed LNG projects, the City of Terrace is putting its faith in a large-scale industrial park and tourism measures
Nelson: Historical “Queen City” sees surge in housing starts, property value

Nelson: Historical “Queen City” sees surge in housing starts, property value

The city of Nelson has transitioned from a rural lumber town to an arts and cultural haven, punctuated by health care and retail industries
Peace River district: Resource base and Site C fuels faith in Northeast

Peace River district: Resource base and Site C fuels faith in Northeast

The Peace River Regional District is punctuated by its agricultural capital Dawson Creek and the province's oil and gas industry hub, Fort St. John
Cranbrook: Building permits soar in Kootanay transportation and education centre

Cranbrook: Building permits soar in Kootanay transportation and education centre

Home to the College of the Rockies and the Canadian Rockies International Airport, the city is the main artery of the Kootenays