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‘Living building’ could be Canada’s greenest home

Architect estimates net-zero house will generate five times more energy than it uses

Taxes boost cost of parking as commuter vehicle options expand

Who needs a garage? Digging through the family recipe box is illuminating. There might be the recipe the local schoolmarm gave your grandmother for date pudding or one clipped from Homemaker’s...

Prime minister draws line in the sand with Bill C-69

Legislation would pit Liberals against conservative premiers in federal election

Canada Jetlines reveals new branding, vows to fly in December

Rival airline executives reject Canada Jetlines as genuine competition

Richmond MP denies representing alleged Chinese cartel member

Steveston-Richmond East MP Joe Peschisolido distances himself from property cases including deal involving alleged member of Big Circle Boys gang

TMX approval based on “shallow” consultation: Squamish Nation

Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish nations are among those now weighing their legal options

Commercial real estate sales plunge in Lower Mainland compared with a year ago: REBGV

Lower Mainland land transactions see the steepest year-over-year decline, while total value of office and retail deals drops 72.6 per cent

Premier Horgan "disappointed" in TMX decision

He did not commit to joining any potential legal action, but said the province would if it was in the best interest of B.C.

Despite controversy, Trans Mountain approval is the only way forward

Only in Canada could the government majority declare a climate emergency one night in the House of Commons and next morning see its cabinet approve a megaproject to channel and ship extracted bitumen...

Home prices and sales across province to recover in 2020: forecast

Average sale price decline seen in 2019 will flatten or even reverse in some areas next year, predicts B.C. Real Estate Association

Reactions to Trans Mountain announcement

Political, business and Indigenous leaders across the country react to the prime minister's decision to proceed with the pipeline expansion

Trans Mountain expansion gets green light, again

Approval of expansion comes with eight new accommodation measures to address First Nations concerns