Jane Seyd

B.C. condo owners worried over end of rental restrictions

Turning all older condos into rentals could have unintended consequences — without boosting affordable housing, say condo owners

B.C. Premier David Eby announces plan to freeze ICBC rates for two years

A rate freeze will help keep car insurance affordable 'at a time when people are facing significant cost pressures,' said Eby

North Van MLA Bowinn Ma throws support behind Eby for next NDP leader

The two-term MLA said some caucus colleagues urged her to run, but she knew early on 'being premier wasn't for me.'

B.C. announces local government $76-million climate action fund

The new funding program aims to help local governments mitigate impacts of flooding, extreme heat or plan for changes.

Seaspan's HoloShip charts course for future of ship design with virtual reality

A new 3D immersive VR system allows ship designers at North Vancouver shipyard to walk through their plans in virtual reality

B.C. moving to 'endemic' approach to COVID, says medical health officer (with video)

Omicron has been a game changer, says Dr. Mark Lysyshyn of Vancouver Coastal Health. Living with the virus while minimizing 'societal disruption' is the task ahead

Sewage plant samples show Omicron infections dropping in Lower Mainland

Variant first showed up in December in Lions Gate and Lulu Island sewage plants then quickly showed in samples throughout Metro Vancouver

West Vancouver caps new houses at mere 6,600 square feet

New bylaw restricts ‘monster homes’, allows smaller lots in B.C.’s most exclusive community where benchmark house price tops $3 million

Seaspan's Vancouver Drydock seeks to expand operations

Proposed expansion includes adding two new drydocks to the east of its current operations

Reservoirs at normal levels despite near-record water use during heat wave

Daily water consumption in Metro Vancouver hit 1.79 billion litres recently, just shy of the all-time record for water use set in 2009