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'It's disgusting': B.C. man offering free housing for 'girlfriend with benefits'

'It's disgusting': B.C. man offering free housing for 'girlfriend with benefits'

The man is renting "a little one-bedroom studio" at no cost.
Neighbourhood residents hire development consultant to oppose Vancouver rental rezoning

Neighbourhood residents hire development consultant to oppose Vancouver rental rezoning

Rezoning for the secured-rental building was unanimously approved by council but amended to consider potential issues with access to the building's parkade.
Will B.C.'s short-term rental laws come up short?

Will B.C.'s short-term rental laws come up short?

B.C.'s new provincial short-term rental laws will force hosts to declare their homes as primary residences, with information going to a new registry that will be accessible by Canada Revenue Agency.
Giant dual highrise redevelopment planned for this gas station on the Burnaby-Coquitlam border

Giant dual highrise redevelopment planned for this gas station on the Burnaby-Coquitlam border

Two new towers are planned right beside Lougheed SkyTrain station on North Road up to 56 storeys tall.
Most and least expensive homes sold on the North Shore in August and September

Most and least expensive homes sold on the North Shore in August and September

The biggest sale of the year happened Sept. 16 when a modern mansion at 770 Greenwood Rd. in the British Properties sold for more than $15M.
Photos: Federal loans for nearly 700 new rental homes in the Tri-Cities

Photos: Federal loans for nearly 700 new rental homes in the Tri-Cities

PORT COQUITLAM — More than $267 million in low-interest loans were given to three developers building affordable homes in Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam.
RealTours show catches the rezoning bug in Coquitlam

RealTours show catches the rezoning bug in Coquitlam

Find out how the city is bringing new options to the housing market.
Vancouver passes motion to revise the city's 'view cones'

Vancouver passes motion to revise the city's 'view cones'

'Do we have a view cone crisis or do we have a housing crisis?'
Massive Port Moody redevelopment project gets green light after marathon meeting — and some drama

Massive Port Moody redevelopment project gets green light after marathon meeting — and some drama

PORT MOODY — Redevelopment of the city's Coronation Park neighbourhood is expected to begin by October 2025, with the first residents able to move in by late 2028 or early 2029.
Here's what you need to know about Coronation Park — the biggest redevelopment plan in Port Moody's history

Here's what you need to know about Coronation Park — the biggest redevelopment plan in Port Moody's history

PORT MOODY — More than 5,500 new residents could be coming to the Coronation Park neighbourhood if the city gives final approval for zoning amendments required for a massive plan.