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More than 100 DTES homeless will move to South Granville tower

More than 100 DTES homeless will move to South Granville tower

The province paid $40.5M for the tower and plans to spend $10M on renovations
North Vancouver builder constructs frame of a home in under two days

North Vancouver builder constructs frame of a home in under two days

The project boasts sustainability and reduced construction time by using a system where panels are built off-site.
Mixed-use menu: housing, work, shops – and social objectives

Mixed-use menu: housing, work, shops – and social objectives

New projects asked to be all things to all people – but there are limits
Taxes and subsidies can curb harmful housing speculation, experts suggest

Taxes and subsidies can curb harmful housing speculation, experts suggest

Politicians and city planners at a Union of BC Municipalities housing conference this month heard of some tools needed to counter the presence of persistent speculation in the housing market.
Canada’s largest landlord endorses Eby's $500M rental-buy plan

Canada’s largest landlord endorses Eby's $500M rental-buy plan

Canada’s largest landlord offers to sell hundreds of its older “affordable” units to the B.C. government and non-profits
Condo-buying activity returns to Vancouver's downtown core

Condo-buying activity returns to Vancouver's downtown core

Demand increases as more people re-prioritize working and living in the city
B.C.'s short-term rental policies on track, issues with enforcement remain

B.C.'s short-term rental policies on track, issues with enforcement remain

Different municipalities have different economic needs, making it difficult to implement provincewide regulations
Cheapest, most expensive homes sold in Port Coquitlam — and one has eight bedrooms

Cheapest, most expensive homes sold in Port Coquitlam — and one has eight bedrooms

Here's what people purchased in Port Coquitlam last month for prices of less than $500,000 to more than $2.4 million.
How B.C. politicians aim to create more certainty for developers

How B.C. politicians aim to create more certainty for developers

Housing minister expands on new BC Builds program, plans to digitize permitting processes
B.C. housing minister quells mayors' fears over densifying single-family lots

B.C. housing minister quells mayors' fears over densifying single-family lots

Ravi Kahlon spoke to mayors at a UBCM housing summit the day after he and the premier unveiled the government’s housing strategy, which includes introducing legislation that will allow up to four units on a single-family lot