Interviews with government officials, building operators, tenants, and neighbours reveal a picture of social housing far less dramatic than many assume.
Are gay neighbourhoods passé? In a world that’s getting more inclusive, it seems they’re becoming relics of a discriminatory past.
A number of the city's supportive-housing buildings continue to experience growing pains that persist more than a year or longer after tenants began moving in.
Politicians in Victoria and New York City are eager to find out who's behind shell companies that buy properties.
Consider it a sign of the times.
Mike de Jong replied that equity levels in B.C. differ greatly than what's seen in U.S. housing markets.
When tenants began moving into 111 Princess in November 2014, a group of Dossier Creative interns was there waiting with gift bags and open arms.
If interest rates were to rise two percentage points, 64 percent would feel stressed, according to the bank.
Rental apartments, offices, and commercial spaces are being eyed at the current location of an energy utility that supplies heat to buildings in Downtown Vancouver.
Police stats reveal Vancouver’s social-housing projects don’t attract crime like many believe, but statistics reveal that could soon be about to change.