Bank of Canada maintains policy interest rate at 0.25%
Despite the fast pace of inflation.
Vancouver artist looking to trade NFTs for a house in the city
Step aside, paper clip.
$450 million: November's extreme flooding will be most expensive disaster in BC history
Nearly half a billion in damage.
Vancouver City Council votes to approve climate tax
The tax will accelerate climate initiatives in the city.
Hotel Belmont Vancouver joins global Accor hospitality group
The boutique hotel on the Granville Strip is now under the French company's
Bridge Studios owner to buy City of Burnaby-owned lot for new massive film studio
A 17-acre city-owned lot will be sold for $136 million for a major new film
Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart proposes new climate levy to raise $100 million
The levy would go in effect in 2022, along with an additional property tax
Zillow axes home-flipping business after losing $381 million
Zillow entrusted an algorithm that unintentionally kept overpaying homes.
Vancouver's tech industry adds 13,000 jobs, ranks 3rd in North America
75,000 people are now employed in Vancouver's robust tech industry.
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An iconic Vancouver arcade may be closed for good
The neon sign itself could be worth up to $10,000.
This Vancouver-based design firm is sick of common 1920s colonist architecture
Here's what they're doing differently.
Vancouver ranks 7th out of major North American cities returning to office
Offices are not going away.
Vancouver developer launches rental housing division with a focus on co-living
It will introduce the "LA rental culture" of co-living bedrooms to Metro
Metro Vancouver's office space market sees resurgent activity
Downtown Vancouver still has North America's lowest office vacancy rate.
Electronic Arts to open massive expansion office in Vancouver's False Creek Flats
EA will take over the entire 120,000 sq ft office building, previously the MEC
Spike in Canadians moving to Vancouver during the pandemic
Toronto and Montreal are seeing an exodus; more residents in Alberta and Ontario
flocked to BC.
Downtown Vancouver still has North America's lowest office vacancies
There's still a need for more office space in downtown Vancouver.
Soaring property taxes could force more Metro Vancouver businesses to close
If the pandemic's economic effects didn't kill a business, skyrocketing property