'Blindsided': B.C. condo residents fearful, as extent of insurance crisis remains unclear
In B.C., 1.5 million people, almost one in three, live in strata condos and townhouses, and many of which have been hit by skyrocketing insurance rates that have left residents in financial distress and worried about their futures.
COVID-19 update in BC Canada
Canada’s first apparent case of community transmission was reported in British Columbia last night, when officials announced eight new cases of the illness.
Put down your smartphone if you want to be more creative, more connected and happier in 2020
Using less often your phone might be the only happy resolution you need
ICBC gets approval for interim 6.3 per cent rate rise
B.C. Utilities Commission gives green light to insurance grow effective April 1, 2019
Canadian houses on average price fell 5.6% in the past year for 2019
Canadian home average price sold in June 2019 fell by more than five per cent compared to a year ago. The average price of a Canadian home has fallen by 5.6 per cent to $449,000 over the past 12 months, the Canadian Real Estate Association said today.
Young professionals leaving Vancouver over high cost of housing
There has been a constant report about high cost of leaving and particularly housing driving the young professional residents of Vancouver outside Vancouver to mass to find more affordable homes in less expensive regions.
Canada announces open work permits for approved Interim Pathway for Caregivers applicants
IRCC has launched a short-term pathway to permanent residence for caregivers. The Interim Pathway for Caregivers (IPC) is open to applicants until June 4, 2019. (Source: www.cic.gc.ca)