Kelvin Gawley

Two government pot shops planned for Burnaby

The stores, planned to open in Edmonds and Metrotown, will be Metro Vancouver’s first suburban stores.

Task force lists 10 things Burnaby can do right now for the housing crisis

"Quick starts" range from tenant relocation to a land value capture for people profiting off of real estate speculation

Non-residents own a quarter of new Burnaby condos. Are they paying their taxes?

No requirement for non-residents to declare purchases of real estate raises question around rental income taxation

Trans Mountain tanks not built to withstand ‘sloshing’ oil during earthquake: engineer

Trans Mountain is defending its emergency preparedness after a politician, engineer, activist and geologist stood outside its Burnaby Mountain tank farm to accuse the pipeline company of potentially...

3D printing is the future of home construction, B.C. engineer says

A B.C.-based engineer says he has invented the future of housing construction. Paul Tinari, a civil and mechanical engineer, says his 3D printer will soon be building homes in B.C. and around the...

Burnaby should displace homeowners, not renters: analyst

Renter-density data shows why redeveloping Metrotown is a bad idea, according to Jens von Bergmann

Burnaby requests $7 million to keep sewage out of Burrard Inlet

City wants to separate sewer lines from storm drains

Burnaby sets course to halt displacement with rental zoning

Burnaby city council has asked its staff to start working on B.C.’s first rental zoning bylaw. On Monday, July 23, a motion introduced by Coun. Colleen Jordan passed unanimously at the council’s...

Burnaby on track to smash construction record

Burnaby’s feverish pace of development is set to smash a billion-dollar record set last year. The city granted $1 billion in building permits in 2017, breaking its 2015 record of $879 million. By...