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Rob Shaw: MLA Bruce Banman crosses his leader and the legislative floor, BC Conservatives welcome him

Rob Shaw: MLA Bruce Banman crosses his leader and the legislative floor, BC Conservatives welcome him

BC Conservative leader John Rustad hints of more defections to his party
B.C. court upholds $500K wages fine against port trucking companies

B.C. court upholds $500K wages fine against port trucking companies

Regulator's audit found companies owed employee drivers $1.6 million.
Vancouver short-term rental fee jumps from $109 to $1,000 for 2024

Vancouver short-term rental fee jumps from $109 to $1,000 for 2024

ABC Vancouver Coun. Lenny Zhou: "I don't think it will hurt the legal market."
Feds unveil first deal for new housing accelerator fund in London

Feds unveil first deal for new housing accelerator fund in London

LONDON, Ont. — The federal government is trying to channel the anger it's facing over the lack of affordable housing into a challenge for municipalities.
MLA Banman's bolt from BC United delivers official party status to Conservatives

MLA Banman's bolt from BC United delivers official party status to Conservatives

MLA Bruce Banman announced Wednesday he quit the BC United to join the Conservative Party of B.C.
Pre-sale owners of stalled Richmond Atmosphere project still in dark

Pre-sale owners of stalled Richmond Atmosphere project still in dark

The 800-plus development in Richmond’s city centre — which is under creditor protection — could have a new building permit application into the city within the next couple of months.
Developers, buyers shrug off Okanagan wildfires

Developers, buyers shrug off Okanagan wildfires

Short memories, desirable location keep Central and Southern Okanagan buyers coming back
August home sales fall in B.C. after spring surge: BCREA

August home sales fall in B.C. after spring surge: BCREA

Below-normal activity taking hold ahead of what is predicted to be a soft fall market, according to industry association
Metro Vancouver industrial land shortage has ‘passed the tipping point’: report

Metro Vancouver industrial land shortage has ‘passed the tipping point’: report

Greater Vancouver Board of Trade says region could lose thousands due to lack of industrial land.
Vancouver in-person entertainment attendance lags 2019 levels

Vancouver in-person entertainment attendance lags 2019 levels

BC Lions and Vancouver Opera are exceptions, with rising attendance