Carla Wilson

U.S. House passes bill allowing Alaska-bound cruises to bypass B.C.

Vote follows Senate approval, so bill now only needs President Joe Biden's signature to become law

Tofino home sells for $1 million above asking price

The 1999 property measures just over 1,200 square feet and has two bedrooms and three bathrooms

B.C.'s salmon farms seeking a reprieve from closures in the Discovery Islands

Fish farm company culling young salmon because it is banned from placing them in marine net pens

Telus, Omicron partner in $70m Nanaimo rental project amid busy construction year

Telus and partner Omicron are proposing a $70 million project with 197 rental units in Nanaimo’s Old City Quarter as public and private sector investment indicates the city’s construction sector is...

BC Ferries to seek pandemic relief, as debts climb by millions of dollars each week

It is too soon to say how much money BC Ferries will seek now that it is eligible for a federal-provincial pandemic-relief plan, but its debts continue to climb by millions of dollars every...

B.C. Housing explains why it paid millions above assessed value for Paul’s Motor Inn in Victoria

B.C. Housing paid about $15 million — several million above the assessed value — when it bought Paul’s Motor Inn to provide shelter and support for people without homes. The provincial agency says...

B.C. Ferries set to add more sailings for summer

B.C. Ferries is continuing to ramp up its summer service, offering extra sailings starting on Thursday. These sailings come on top of additional sailings announced the previous week. Schedule...

Award-winning B.C. hotel sells for $5.6m under a court-ordered sale

A North Vancouver real estate company is buying the storied property, and says they plan to reopen it next year

These are the brands most trusted by Canadian consumers in 2020

The sixth annual trust index was based on surveys carried out pre-COVID and from a followup study showing how consumer trust has changed since then

Cargo-only sailings opened up for passengers: B.C. Ferries

B.C. Ferries is allowing some of its runs that were previously for cargo only to accept passengers as of May 7, as it continues its 50 per cent passenger-capacity reduction due to the COVID-19...