The Canadian Press

Time's up for some short-term rentals in B.C., as new housing rules transform scene

'I expect business volumes to really plummet as of January and then, basically, I won’t have a business as of May 1.'

B.C. housing plans could deliver 293,000 new units over next decade, says Eby

Among the details are outlines for 104 transit-oriented development areas in 31 B.C. municipalities.

Vancouver's Telus urges support for broadcast distributors as CRTC hearing set to wrap up

B.C. company's comment mark the penultimate day of the CRTC's three-week hearing held in response to the Online Streaming Act.

Flight safety in Canada is plummeting, a confidential UN agency report finds

A draft report from a United Nations agency gives Canada a C grade for flight safety and oversight, down from A+

Surge in newcomers putting pressure on inflation via housing demand: BoC deputy

'When newcomer arrivals picked up sharply in early 2022, that steady decline in the vacancy rate became a cliff,' says Toni Gravelle

Cindy Woodhouse elected next national chief of Assembly of First Nations

The election was called to replace former national chief RoseAnne Archibald following her ouster

Roughly half of first-time buyers likely to use first home savings account: BMO poll

The federal government launched the account in April to provide home buyers with another vehicle to save up for their first home

2024 to bring slower food inflation as prices continue to moderate: report

Grocers will be in fierce competition next year to try and win back loyalty from customers

Oil, gas emissions to be cut by at least one-third by 2030

Any policy forcing production cuts opens Ottawa to a court challenge by the provinces