British Columbia

B.C. prohibits CECRA-eligible landlords from evicting tenants

Canadian Facility Management & Design

City of Trail receives infrastructure investments

Trail, B.C. has been attracting significant investments from senior levels of government and private sector investors, setting up a major boom for the town.
Copeman Healthcare

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Copeman Healthcare Centre opens in downtown Vancouver

Kirsten Reite Architecture (KRA) has announced the opening of the new Copeman Healthcare Centre, located on Hornby Street in downtown Vancouver, B.C.
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Construction Business

B.C.’s Woodfibre LNG project gets investment green light

Construction for the $1.6 billion Woodfibre LNG project in B.C. could begin in 2017. The board of directors has approved construction of the project near
security

Canadian Property Management

Why Security Should Be Your Number-One Priority

Ensure the safety and security of your employees and guests is your number one priority by working with trained, experienced security professionals.
B.C. prohibits CECRA-eligible landlords from evicting tenants

CondoBusiness

B.C. appoints superintendent of real estate

British Columbia has appointed regulator and public sector leader Michael Noseworthy as the superintendent of real estate, effective Oct. 19, 2016.
metro vancouver

CondoBusiness

Record high B.C. home sales expected for 2017

A recent forecast from the BCREA finds residential sales are expected to jump 10.4 per cent to 113,000 units this year, surpassing the previous record.
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CondoBusiness

B.C. strata owners to benefit from changes

British Columbia is making changes to its Strata Property Act that will give owners more flexibility when they decide they would like to sell the property.
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CondoBusiness

B.C. real estate industry loses self-regulation

British Columbia’s government plans to end industry self-regulation in the real estate industry and focus on increasing the governance, oversight, transparency and accountability of the
affordable rental housing Vancouver

CondoBusiness

B.C.’s economic growth due to housing sector

According to the Conference Board of Canada’s recent Provincial Outlook: Spring 2016, British Columbia’s booming housing sector will be one of the province’s main drivers
compulsory

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Grants available to arts and culture groups in B.C.

Arts and culture organizations in British Columbia can now apply for grants up to $50,000 for small capital projects as part of the province’s Collaborative
regulations

CondoBusiness

B.C. real estate consumers protected by new regs

British Columbia Finance Minister Michael de Jong recently announced new regulations that will help real estate consumers make informed decisions about contract assignments before accepting
compulsory

Canadian Facility Management & Design

B.C. invests in Collaborative Spaces pilot project

As part of British Columbia’s new Creative Economy Strategy, 11 arts organizations across the province are receiving up to $50,000 each as part of the
hygienic

Canadian Property Management

Victoria’s tech sector: from trendy to sustainable

The tech sector in Victoria, B.C., keeps growing and is now part of a $4 billion a year industry that is no longer trendy, but sustainable.
Queensway-Transit-Exchange

Design Quarterly

Transforming the Queensway Transit Exchange

A new transit bus exchange in Kelowna, B.C. is a visually stunning example of what is possible when it comes to budget constrained public buildings.
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CondoBusiness

Better protection for B.C. real estate consumers

The Real Estate Council of B.C. is putting into place new methods to enhance public protection for real estate consumers in the province. Effective April
Sika Canada

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Sika Canada opens British Columbia plant

Sika Canada has officially opened its new mortars and concrete admixtures plant in Surrey, British Columbia. Sika Canada is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Switzerland-based Sika

REMI Network

B.C. invests in multi-res EV charging stations

The B.C. government plans to expand and upgrade public and residential EV charging infrastructure.