Andrew A. Duffy

Victoria land-use changes pave the way for more childcare facilities

The changes include allowing childcare facilities in more areas, and relaxing rules for those located in house conversions

Missing middle missing from Greater Victoria new-home data

Few townhomes and houseplexes — 'missing middle' housing — are being built in the region, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s monthly survey of new housing construction

Victoria mortgage broker Martel guilty of contempt

A ­warrant has been issued to have him apprehended as an estimated remains $293M unaccounted for

Victoria grants $2.5M for hospitality-worker housing project

The project will see a 19-unit apartment complex on Quadra Street replaced by a 40-unit building offering affordable housing for hospitality workers

B.C. Transit still hopes to receive electric buses despite maker's bankruptcy

California maker Proterra has filed for bankruptcy protection

Flair plans to add a Victoria-to-Vegas flight to its winter schedule

The Edmonton-based discount airline will add the Las Vegas flights starting Feb. 16, with an introductory one-way price of $39

Downtown Victoria businesses could get cash to spruce up storefronts

Proposal to be considered by council this week follows a similar program in Esquimalt

Victoria tightens regulations for short-term rentals

Council voted unanimously to increase fees, increase fines for non-compliance, restrict acceptable use of some units and redefine terms in the bylaw

B.C. mortgage broker Martel loses bid to seal information

Justice Shelley Fitzpatrick ordered receiver PricewaterhouseCoopers to post its most recent report, untouched, to its website as soon as possible.