Mike Howell

Vancouver council considers lower property tax hike than 8.2 per cent

City staff presents tax hike scenarios of five, six and seven per cent

Vancouver property owners could face 8.2% tax hike

The City of Vancouver says property owners can expect an 8.2 per cent property tax hike, if city council approves all the items listed in its 2020 draft operating budget

Prime Minister Trudeau to kick off Liberals’ election campaign in Vancouver

Liberals hold three of six ridings in Vancouver, NDP two and Wilson-Raybould one

Tree company fined $18,000 for cutting down eagle’s nest, loses licence in five Metro cities

ABC Tree Men and Consulting’s licence revoked in Vancouver, New Westminster, Richmond, Delta and Surrey

Gregor Robertson lands international gig to fight climate change

Former Vancouver mayor working on ‘other projects that you’ll hear more about soon’

Vancouver council approves tax break for business property owners

Tax cut means homeowners will now pay 6.1 per cent in property tax

Vancouverites set new record in walking, biking and transit use

City survey of 2,600 people shows decrease in vehicle trips

Vancouver adopts living wage of $20.62

City will spend more than $600,000 annually to meet new certification

TransLink CEO says Broadway subway not a done deal

Mayors call for region-wide fee for transit-oriented developments 

City considering allowing character houses to be converted to multi-unit homes

The city is considering allowing property owners who choose not to demolish character homes the right to increase their floor area and convert the property into a multi-unit residence. It's an idea...