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Richmond condo developer gets reprieve, nearly half the units remain for sale at Prima

Richmond condo developer gets reprieve, nearly half the units remain for sale at Prima

Sale of remaining units "slower than anticipated," largely due to interest rates, says court filing.
Burnaby's commercial vehicle cop points to 'Ontario model' for improved truck safety

Burnaby's commercial vehicle cop points to 'Ontario model' for improved truck safety

Nearly 7 out of 10 trucks checked in Burnaby last year were taken off the road for safety violations. Burnaby RCMP Const. Kevin Connolly told the city's public safety committee in November it might be time to look to Ontario to see what that province is doing right.
Could cap on international students shake up Metro Vancouver office vacancy?

Could cap on international students shake up Metro Vancouver office vacancy?

Schools may be forced to re-think real estate needs, according to Avison Young report.
Eby astonished as trucking firms ask court to lift bans over B.C. overpass crash

Eby astonished as trucking firms ask court to lift bans over B.C. overpass crash

VANCOUVER — Two trucking firms are taking the B.C. government to court to get their vehicles back on the province's roads after an overpass crash last December, in what Premier David Eby called an "astonishing" move. Lawyers for B.C.
B.C.'s dismal snow season is a glimpse of the future, says ski resort researcher

B.C.'s dismal snow season is a glimpse of the future, says ski resort researcher

VANCOUVER — Views of Metro Vancouver's ski hills looming over the city are a sea of green after a winter of record-breaking warmth, sparse snow and torrential rain.
‘No surprise’ B.C. buyers willing to leave province to achieve homeownership, says report

‘No surprise’ B.C. buyers willing to leave province to achieve homeownership, says report

First-time buyer rebates are ‘inadequate’ in Metro Vancouver’s high-cost market, according to Re/Max Canada.
Lack of capital continues to restrain Indigenous tourism growth

Lack of capital continues to restrain Indigenous tourism growth

This fast-growing segment of the industry has surpassed pre-pandemic activity levels
BC industrial markets look to home in the face of headwinds

BC industrial markets look to home in the face of headwinds

Demand for space coming largely from owner-occupiers
Louis Vuitton, Prada, Versace, Moncler, Christian Louboutin to be tenants in rebuilt Oakridge shopping centre

Louis Vuitton, Prada, Versace, Moncler, Christian Louboutin to be tenants in rebuilt Oakridge shopping centre

Upscale Vancouver mall with luxury component set to open in spring 2025
Investors flock to First Nation land as Kelowna home, condo values slump

Investors flock to First Nation land as Kelowna home, condo values slump

B.C.’s Short-Term Rental Accommodation Act does not apply to reserve land or treaty land unless a First Nation chooses to opt in through an agreement with the province.