On June 25, Vancouver city council approved an application to place a 7.5-metre-by-11-metre retractable video screen on the west side of Telus Garden.
Last year, $62 million flowed into the treasury, up $500,000 from the year before.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge has ruled against the provincial government in a contractual dispute arising from its first public-private partnership.
A master’s student at Simon Fraser University has published a data-driven snapshot of Airbnb offerings in Vancouver with a blog post that has caught the attention of city councillors.
This is not a happy place to live for many who commute more than 45 minutes to work or school.
The B.C. Non-Profit Housing Association and the NDP's housing critic are concerned that low-income people needing shelter are being short-changed.
The Opposition housing critic says Natural Gas Development Minister Rich Coleman is too busy with other responsibilities to address the affordability crisis.
Housing is one of the many challenges faced by refugees arriving in Canada.
The opening of Westminster Pier Park in 2012 has opened up all sorts of new possibilities.
Over the years, Langley realtor Jorda Maisey has seen more Vancouver-area people coming there to purchase a home.