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Governments face rising pressure to tame soaring Vancouver rents

Governments face rising pressure to tame soaring Vancouver rents

Building more rental housing touted as solution, but not everyone agrees on how much density is needed
Greater Vancouver home prices up 3.6 per cent in March versus February

Greater Vancouver home prices up 3.6 per cent in March versus February

Year-over-year price increase in March was 20.7 per cent
'Climate change is here': West Vancouver ups minimum height for new waterfront builds

'Climate change is here': West Vancouver ups minimum height for new waterfront builds

Modelling shows sea levels will rise by one metre by 2100, which will put hundreds of West Vancouver properties at risk.
Housing boom exposes black market in Fraser Valley

Housing boom exposes black market in Fraser Valley

Surrey, Abbotsford double fines as municipalities battle illegal construction projects
Dream of living in a cabin in the woods? This West Vancouver skier’s delight is up for sale

Dream of living in a cabin in the woods? This West Vancouver skier’s delight is up for sale

This two-bedroom loft-style cabin is up for sale atop Hollyburn Ridge near Cypress Mountain Resort, for $90,000.
Amazon takes final piece of big Burnaby industrial park

Amazon takes final piece of big Burnaby industrial park

Retail giant leases entire last building at Riverbend Business Park, the largest speculative build in Metro Vancouver’s history
Where can you find a house for under $1M? Try Coquitlam or Port Coquitlam

Where can you find a house for under $1M? Try Coquitlam or Port Coquitlam

Could you afford to buy your house if you were in the market today? This 77-year-old, three bedroom home recently sold in Port Coquitlam for $970,000.
62-acre private island listed for $319,000 in B.C.

62-acre private island listed for $319,000 in B.C.

You can't even buy a condo in Maple Ridge for that price
Real estate agents: government hacking at problem with wrong tool

Real estate agents: government hacking at problem with wrong tool

Darlene Hyde, chief executive of the B.C. Real Estate Association, said B.C.'s planned cooling-off period will create more problems than it solves.
Trudeau says Lower Mainland housing relief measures coming soon

Trudeau says Lower Mainland housing relief measures coming soon

The prime minister is in Vancouver for a multi-day B.C. trip.