"If China were to have a really hard landing, if Europe were to blow up or something like that, it would be a significant shock to the Canadian economy. (It) could mean a significant correction to the housing market over a shorter period of time."
Sonya Gulati, a senior economist with TD Bank Group, cautions about the global economy's possible impact on the Lower Mainland housing market (from a June 15 news story).
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"We've been led to believe that the only way to achieve slope stability is to grab this money." City of North Vancouver Coun. Pam Bookham objects to the way the Low Level Road project has been presented to council. The vote was deferred until this Monday (from a June 13 news story).
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"The research clearly shows that, in general, kids who identify themselves as gay, lesbian, bisexual, they suffer disproportionately from that kind of harassment."
West Vancouver school counsellor Aaron White discusses the importance of developing an anti-homophobia policy (from a June 10 news story).