Claire Wilson

Premier appoints Ravi Kahlon as minister of housing and house leader

Kahlon will lead the province’s first ever standalone Ministry of Housing

Will shifting the way we tax improve housing affordability in B.C.?

Contrary to prior research, two experts are speaking out and saying that increased taxes will not help the housing and affordability crisis

‘The days of easy money are dwindling:’ lenders will be cautious in 2023, says CBRE

The next year will represent a shift in the market as lenders adjust their priorities due to economic conditions

Vancouver home prices will drop 5% on average next year: Re/Max

The city will become a balanced market led by “move-up and move-over buyer,” according to a report looking into emerging real estate trends in 2023

Musqueam-led siyeýe Contracting Ltd. launches today

The company aims to give First Nations voice in heavy civil construction

Commercial office amenities get a new lease on life

Property owners embrace events, programming to help revitalize office work culture

The philanthropic shift toward human-centred climate action

Social justice and philanthropy fuel a new era of climate action that focuses on more than just science

Metro Vancouver overall office vacancy increases for the first time this year, says CBRE

Numerous large blocks of space and subleases result in unsteady vacancy trends

Half of variable-rate mortgages with fixed payments have reached trigger rate: BoC report

Homeowners are now grappling with a concept that was seldom discussed prior to July 2022

Holiday shoppers cut back as mortgage rates rise

Spending this season is expected to fall 17 per cent from 2021, according to Deloitte