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Why falling prices won’t make buying a home in B.C. more affordable

Why falling prices won’t make buying a home in B.C. more affordable

There are reasons that home sales in major B.C. centres have fallen off a cliff, and that prices are teetering on the edge of the same abyss. And those reasons are what will probably prevent you from buying a home any more affordably than before.
A simple guide breaking down all the housing platforms in the Vancouver election

A simple guide breaking down all the housing platforms in the Vancouver election

Christopher Porter of Vancouver broke down all of the various platforms that candidates and parties have put forward, leading up to the 2018 Vancouver election.
Here's who will win the Vancouver election on October 20th

Here's who will win the Vancouver election on October 20th

ResearchCo released a new election poll today with their most recent findings on who voters say they'll vote for in the upcoming election, so I figured it would be a good day to release my Stupid Predictions about who might make up your mayor and cou
Hey Vancouver lawn owners, time to turf your fake grass

Hey Vancouver lawn owners, time to turf your fake grass

For a few years, fake lawns became a boom industry in Vancouver — a popular alternative once both chafer beetles and scorching summers seemed like they were here to stay.
LETTER: Proportional Representation is our best protection against extremists

LETTER: Proportional Representation is our best protection against extremists

To the Editor, The dust seems to have settled finally on the new Ontario Government’s heavy handed intrusion into the democratic process of Toronto’s current civic elections.
Conservative millennial running for council smears message on his truck, parks it outside our office

Conservative millennial running for council smears message on his truck, parks it outside our office

Independent city council candidate, Justin Caudwell, smeared campaign messaging on his truck and parked it outside the newsroom of Glacier Media publications. The conservative-minded candidate is hoping to get attention for his run for office.
Opinion: Male Vancouver drivers need to chill out and back off

Opinion: Male Vancouver drivers need to chill out and back off

There isn’t a day I drive in this city, when I don’t have a close call. And I’m going to call the blame right where I see it and say 90 per cent of the time it’s a man driving a much bigger and more expensive vehicle than my tiny, older car.
Populist conservative party Coalition Vancouver just gave childish nicknames to Vancouver's mayoral candidates

Populist conservative party Coalition Vancouver just gave childish nicknames to Vancouver's mayoral candidates

The upstart political party Coalition Vancouver has taken a page from Donald Trump's playbook, issuing childish nicknames for mayoral candidates in the 2018 Vancouver election
Mayoral candidate Kennedy Stewart's first name is actually Ed

Mayoral candidate Kennedy Stewart's first name is actually Ed

Photo Mark Klotz Former NDP Member of Parliament turned independent Vancouver mayoral candidate Kennedy Stewart seems to be leading the polls by a fairly wide margin right now.
Opinion: New B.C. rent hike cap proposal is NDP damage control

Opinion: New B.C. rent hike cap proposal is NDP damage control

Blindsided by an automatic jump in allowable rent increases, a group of MLAs rushed in Monday to try to undo the damage the increase did to their work on the issue.