Chris Campbell

Province announces max rent hike percentage for 2020

The Province of B.C. has set the rate that landlords can hike rents next year. British Columbia's annual allowable rent increase for 2020 has been set at 2.6%, the province's annual rate of...

Burnaby food app Fantuan now set up to run errands for users

With the app running in cities across Canada, Fantuan is also in Seattle and set to open in New York and Los Angeles in September

Burnaby RCMP make ‘shockingly’ large cannabis seizure at illegal dispensary

The Burnaby RCMP have shut down an illegal cannabis dispensary in the Metrotown area. Police issued a news release Monday night about an ongoing investigation that started in June – a joint effort...

Kater car service in Metro Vancouver to apply for 'traditional' ride-hailing status

Kater Technologies, which previously announced it will be operating its own ride-hailing vehicles across Metro Vancouver, will also be applying to take part in “traditional” ride-hailing in...

BBB warns against fake Expedia ‘customer service’ reps

The scam has bilked victims out of thousands of dollars

TransLink nixes idea of all-night weekend SkyTrain

TransLink likely won’t be having all-night SkyTrain service on Fridays and Saturdays anytime soon. The transit authority released a report today that says there are too many negatives involved with...

This Metro Vancouver Japanese restaurant makes a sushi sandwich

It’s a sandwich. It’s sushi. It’s delightful. Trying to choose my favourite sushi place is nearly as hard as just trying to pick a single place to go for a dinner out. There’s just so bloody many...

BC Parks adds 594 new campsites

If you like camping in B.C., there are now more options with the arrival of 594 new campsites. Ranging from walk-in tent sites to marine sites, 13 provincial parks will have 362 new sites and 12...

B.C. adds tougher rules for party bus operators as grad season nears

The B.C. government has announced new regulations for the party bus industry. Starting with new bookings made after April 1, operators will now be required to have a safety monitor on board when...

Burnaby’s tallest building ‘topped off’ as Brentwood megaproject grows

Steven Cirotto stood at the microphone Friday and talked about growing up in the Heights. The operations manager for the construction company Axiom said he still remembers how special Christmas was...