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Trudeau boosts B.C.'s housing plan with $2 billion in federal financing

Trudeau boosts B.C.'s housing plan with $2 billion in federal financing

VANCOUVER — The federal government is doubling the financing available for a British Columbia housing plan, which the prime minister called "transformative.
Building communities with purpose: Patti Glass on values-driven development

Building communities with purpose: Patti Glass on values-driven development

Grosvenor vice-president of corporate marketing and communications champions community engagement, sustainability and female leadership in real estate. She is one of BIV's 2024 Influential Women in Business Award winners
Vancouver and Toronto renters lament quality of life more than homeowners: StatCan

Vancouver and Toronto renters lament quality of life more than homeowners: StatCan

VANCOUVER — Renters across the country faced record low vacancy rates and record high rent increases in 2023, but Statistics Canada says Toronto and Vancouver residents who don't own their homes face the greatest financial pressures.
B.C. rental crisis deepens as Vancouver rents soar, vacancies plummet

B.C. rental crisis deepens as Vancouver rents soar, vacancies plummet

Population boom and strong job market fuel demand, leaving tenants struggling as supply fails to keep pace
"Seismic shift" ahead as new real estate investment cycle takes shape

"Seismic shift" ahead as new real estate investment cycle takes shape

Pending sale of 402 Dunsmuir/401 West Georgia reflects international interest
Housing minister touts $35M Vancouver rental project as 'blueprint' for B.C. cities

Housing minister touts $35M Vancouver rental project as 'blueprint' for B.C. cities

Construction of seven-storey Vienna House linked to partnership in Austria.
Infrastructure woes weigh on B.C. local leaders at housing summit

Infrastructure woes weigh on B.C. local leaders at housing summit

Local leaders express frustrations over addressing housing growth and transit demands in the region.
Gil Yaron: B.C.'s densification plan risks creating more demolition waste

Gil Yaron: B.C.'s densification plan risks creating more demolition waste

Housing affordability vs. demolition: Can we build up without tearing down?
Longer commutes could hinder Vancouver's office boom this year, says report

Longer commutes could hinder Vancouver's office boom this year, says report

Colliers Canada says access to transit, commute times could influence office vacancy in Metro Vancouver
CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in January down 10% from December

CMHC reports annual pace of housing starts in January down 10% from December

OTTAWA — The annual pace of housing starts in January slowed by 10 per cent compared with December, as the rate of starts for new multi-unit projects such as apartments, condominiums and townhouses pulled back. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.