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Queensborough residents raise concerns about proposed industrial facility in New West

Starla Lodell moved to Queensborough four years ago thinking it would be a healthy place to live. Now, she’s worried she may have to move. Lodell was among more than 100 people who attended a...

Construction company pulls out of Alfa condo project

Citing financial uncertainty, Scott Construction ended its contract to build the project on Buswell and Anderson in Richmond

Residential sales across B.C. up 12.4% from last year: BCREA

Average home price has slipped but total dollar volume is up more than 10%

Fraser Valley opportunities attract Metro Vancouver industrial

Abbotsford strata surge Six new projects planned for West Abbotsford will boost the amount of strata industrial space in the local market by nearly 80%, according to Frontline Real Estate Services...

B.C. hourly wages, tourism surge in May

The latest payroll employment data from Statistics Canada pointed to a mixed performance in B.C.’s labour market in May. Average weekly earnings in the province marched ahead with a 0.9% gain from...

Aloha in Vancouver: There’s a new tropical Sunday brunch on offer

What’s better than Sunday brunch? Sunday brunch served Hawaiian style. In homage to the Bayshore’s original Polynesian restaurant, Trader Vic’s, the Westin Bayshore Vancouver has introduced the...

Vancouver’s massive Aurora Winter Festival expanding, moving venues for 2019

There’s going to be more merry this Christmas as Vancouver’s Aurora Winter Festival reveals a venue change and a “massive expansion” for 2019. The 15-acre North Pole-inspired fest will be largest...

Check out this amazing $10.9m B.C. lakefront mansion (PHOTOS)

A perfect summer’s day could involve touring B.C.’s best wineries and cooling off with a dip in a lakefront infinity pool – and the next lucky owner of this recently listed house will be able to do...

Tilray shares tumble after hours as losses mount

B.C.-based cannabis producer generated more revenue than analysts expected

B.C. government information controls inconsistent: auditor general

British Columbians’ personal information security not subject to sufficient oversight: report

Canadians warm up to harm reduction in fight against opioids

Next month will mark the 16th anniversary of the start of operations at Insite, the first legal supervised drug injection facility to operate in North America. Since 2003, 48 similar sites have...

Vancouver developers delay projects in sluggish condo market

At least 19 Metro Vancouver developments have been postponed or mothballed