Whistleblower urges MPs to investigate Canadian Soccer Association

Two prominent soccer execs should not be involved in 2026 when Canada hosts FIFA World Cup, says former member of Whitecaps’ women’s team

‘The days of easy money are dwindling:’ lenders will be cautious in 2023, says CBRE

The next year will represent a shift in the market as lenders adjust their priorities due to economic conditions

Watered down Kemano Completion Project completed

Nearly three decades after work halted, second tunnel is completed

Ski hills experience strong demand, but real estate softens

Royal LePage forecasts price declines of up to 10 per cent in Western Canada this year following lift from 2021

Cyberattacks, ransomware incidents expected to rise in 2023

"Slow down and think," warns a cyber expert

What are we reading? December 1, 2022

Each week, BIV staff will share with you some of the interesting stories we have found from around the web.   Glen Korstrom, reporter: The volatile U.S. dollar has caught my attention.  With...

Metro Vancouver investment deals could top $13 billion this year

Slowing interest rate hikes bode well for commercial real estate deal-making, financing activity

Vancouver Film School hit by paralyzing cyberattack

Classes cancelled, students and staff urged not to connect devices to VFS network

Could driving without winter tires in B.C. void your insurance?

No, but it could affect how much you pay out in the end, says one Vancouver lawyer

Growth-minded lenders tighten terms of new debt as costs rise

Multifamily, industrial lending poised to grow in 2023

Abbotsford 140-acre industrial park given the green light

A new 140-acre industrial development in Abbotsford should help alleviate one of the tightest industrial markets in British Columbia.  With no new space under construction this year, Abbotsford has...