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Photos: There's a two-storey home with a small back yard in Coal Harbour

Photos: There's a two-storey home with a small back yard in Coal Harbour

It's a home with a garage, but it's not a house.
Cost of housing is a chronic municipal election issue

Cost of housing is a chronic municipal election issue

Clash between density, community character to headline political campaigns – again
B.C. home sales plummet 35% in April

B.C. home sales plummet 35% in April

Declining sales not affecting home prices so far
Movala: Kelowna’s most walkable beachside community is set to release its final building this spring

Movala: Kelowna’s most walkable beachside community is set to release its final building this spring

Skywater at Movala blends Kelowna’s unique recreational lifestyle with luxury amenities
This Burnaby condo tower will be the tallest in B.C. if approved

This Burnaby condo tower will be the tallest in B.C. if approved

Right next to Lougheed SkyTrain station, a new 80-storey highrise is under consideration by Burnaby city council.
North Van developer fined $200K for demolishing West Coast Modern heritage house without permit

North Van developer fined $200K for demolishing West Coast Modern heritage house without permit

Under a heritage revitalization agreement with the municipality, portions of the Hollingworth-designed Forster Residence were supposed to be retained. Instead, the entire home was levelled.
A $900 rental? Your roomie just needs you to be a ‘quiet’ foreign-born woman, for starters

A $900 rental? Your roomie just needs you to be a ‘quiet’ foreign-born woman, for starters

Are you "non-loud," goldfish-free, in your 30s, and from South America or Asia?
‘Lipstick on a pig’: Burnaby man fed up with city’s new $76M works yard blocking his view

‘Lipstick on a pig’: Burnaby man fed up with city’s new $76M works yard blocking his view

Neighbour says city isn't listening to the concerns of area residents as construction continues.
93% of B.C. MLAs own a home, nearly half have a second property

93% of B.C. MLAs own a home, nearly half have a second property

If B.C. lawmakers have so much skin in the game, may this impact their will to implement effective housing policies? "It's a totally valid question to ask," says a political science professor.
Hot B.C. housing market set to cool

Hot B.C. housing market set to cool

British Columbia’s housing market remained active through March but is expected to downshift as rising interest rates curb sales and prices.