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Woman claiming to help Chinese students and tourists defrauds B.C. investors of $3m: BCSC

The commission alleges some of the funds were used to pay personal expenses and gamble in casinos

Feds to extend small business rent relief

The federal government announced today it is extending the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) program for small businesses by one month. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of...

Home sales continued to rebound in August: REBGV

The number of homes sold across Metro Vancouver increased 36.6% year-over-year in August, according to new numbers from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV). A total of 3,047 homes...

Downtown Vancouver remains Canada’s most expensive neighbourhood: Century 21

Condos in downtown Vancouver have seen prices dip slightly over the past year, but the area remains the most expensive in Canada in terms of price per square foot, according to a new report from...

August average rent continues slide in Vancouver but jumps in Burnaby: PadMapper

As the pandemic continues and Canadians are spending more and more time at home, renters are increasingly finding space and cost to be more important than proximity to city amenities, according to...

Province of B.C. to hire 500 COVID-19 contact tracers

The government of British Columbia will hire 500 health professionals to conduct contact tracing around the province, it announced Wednesday. This will involve following up with all British...

Home sales rebound across Metro Vancouver region in July: REBGV

Unit sales exceeded the 10-year July sales average by almost 10%

Vancouver rents down, Burnaby’s up as pandemic shifts tenants’ priorities: PadMapper

As renters are spending more time at home, they are seeing cost and space as more important than proximity to city amenities

Twelve new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths, announced in B.C. Tuesday

British Columbia has 12 new cases of COVID-19, making a total 2,916 cases in the province since the beginning of the pandemic, the provincial government announced Tuesday. Of the total number of...

Canadian GDP sees biggest drop ever recorded by Stats Canada

Marking the first full month of measures put in place by the federal government to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s gross domestic product (GDP) dropped 11.6% in April,...