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Real estate board stats point to slump in North Shore housing market

Real estate board stats point to slump in North Shore housing market

Sales in the top end of the North Shore real estate market are continuing to fall and prices are beginning to edge downward.
Sunshine Coast considers higher density in rural areas

Sunshine Coast considers higher density in rural areas

Affordable housing need drives proposed policy revisions to allow for higher densities in exchange for social units
LETTER: Realtor's comments on school tax a 'tragic reminder'

LETTER: Realtor's comments on school tax a 'tragic reminder'

Dear Editor : Allan Angell’s comments that the “NDP should be shot” and the resulting “hear, hear” from the crowd is a tragic reminder that, as the famous economist Thomas Picketty wrote, “No hypocrisy is too large when elites are forced to justify t
Proposal for huge new Vancouver hotel takes next step (IMAGES)

Proposal for huge new Vancouver hotel takes next step (IMAGES)

City to consider dual-tower, 438-room hotel that would offer long-term-stay suites for hospital visitors
West Vancouver on the eve of change

West Vancouver on the eve of change

After spending much of the last two decades at a relative standstill, West Vancouver is on the eve of change. District of West Vancouver council has approved a new official community plan that foresees the population growing by 10,000 people by 2041.
West Vancouver to add 5,000 homes over 25 years

West Vancouver to add 5,000 homes over 25 years

Council approves official community plan that foresees population growing by 10,000 people by 2041
'Housing shouldn't be that difficult,' says artist who offers 'tiny house' solution

'Housing shouldn't be that difficult,' says artist who offers 'tiny house' solution

Richmond Art Gallery exhibits "Home Made Home" July 17-Aug. 26
55-storey Surrey education centre to become region’s second-tallest building

55-storey Surrey education centre to become region’s second-tallest building

The 626-foot GEC Education Mega Center will be second in height only to downtown Vancouver's Shangri-La hotel
Subdivision on North Van street divides community

Subdivision on North Van street divides community

City says owners can split 50-foot lot in possible precedent-setting move
Squamish mixed-use development gains support

Squamish mixed-use development gains support

Solterra’s plans for two tall buildings in downtown Squamish move ahead without any clear opposition at public hearing