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City of North Vancouver advances Harry Jerome project

City of North Vancouver advances Harry Jerome project

The City of North Vancouver is one massive step closer to getting its new Harry Jerome rec centre after council narrowly voted to advance an 802-unit Upper Lonsdale development project that will pay for it following a public hearing held Monday.
B.C. ski resorts get free pass from speculation tax

B.C. ski resorts get free pass from speculation tax

Ski communities’ tax exemption and improving economies point to stable – if not scorching – real estate sales
Public supports mixed-use Britannia Beach development

Public supports mixed-use Britannia Beach development

Virtually all who spoke at a June 19 public hearing were supportive of 87-home project with commercial spaces
Check out this $12.95M resort-style lakeside retreat (PHOTOS)

Check out this $12.95M resort-style lakeside retreat (PHOTOS)

Huge six-bedroom home has 170 feet of private shoreline on Kalamalka Lake in north Okanagan
District of North Van council approves Emery Village development in split vote

District of North Van council approves Emery Village development in split vote

Following a lengthy and at times contentious debate Monday, District of North Vancouver council voted 4-3 to approve the 411-unit Emery Village development, displacing 37 households.
Opinion: Transport tech disruption could transform housing

Opinion: Transport tech disruption could transform housing

Ultimately, the need for fewer cars on roads – or parked – will create vast swathes of space for living
Storied Grouse Nest resort on Vancouver Island listed at $6.98 million

Storied Grouse Nest resort on Vancouver Island listed at $6.98 million

Oceanfront resort in Sooke has hosted movie stars such as John Wayne
North Van couple who concealed knowledge of oil tank on property ordered to pay $37K

North Van couple who concealed knowledge of oil tank on property ordered to pay $37K

A former North Vancouver couple have been ordered to pay $37,000 to the people who bought their house on Cloverley Street after a judge determined they deliberately concealed knowledge of a buried oil tank on their property. B.C.
City of North Van nixes plans for six-storey project on East Third Street

City of North Van nixes plans for six-storey project on East Third Street

Council quashes 57-unit strata complex over height concerns
Update of Residential Tenancy Act a ‘challenge’

Update of Residential Tenancy Act a ‘challenge’

Vancouver rental housing forum on June 27 already full; waitlist created, Burnaby meeting added