Homeless activists and their supporters occupied the recently closed North Surrey Recreation Centre for several hours Wednesday night to call attention to the danger the COVID-19 pandemic poses to people living on the streets or in insufficient housing.
British Columbian landlords, tenants and small business owners are united in their growing calls for the federal government to intervene in order to make some form of rent and mortgage relief a reality.
RBC says it expects Canada's housing market will see a significant pullback this year because of both the physical distancing restrictions and economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus outbreak, but that it could rebound next year.
After restaurants and other businesses shut down abruptly last week, workers did the math, and many found they wouldn’t be able to pay their April rent, and that future employment insurance payments won’t cover their monthly rent either.
Tenant advocates say they're concerned that the B.C. government has yet to announce a moratorium on evictions as thousands of renters worry they won't be able to pay their rent because of the deep economic impact of measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Canada must urgently create public registries that reveal the true owners of corporations in order to shed its international reputation as a destination for laundering the proceeds of crime, an inquiry has heard.
A former property manager of FirstService Residential — one of North America’s largest managers of residential communities — is accused of stealing approximately $2 million from condo corporations she oversaw in Calgary.
The federal government is changing the stress test rate for insured mortgages starting April 6 that experts say should make it marginally easier for some buyers to purchase their first home, or owners refinancing their existing mortgages.
Condo real estate deals are falling apart and owners are at risk of losing their financing because some condo buildings can’t get insurance. The Condominium Home Owners Association says this could signal a collapse in B.C.'s condo market unless the provincial government intervenes.
Like many basketball fans, Anoop Majithia was shocked and saddened by the sudden death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant in a helicopter crash last weekend. Unlike many basketball fans, Majithia had a highly visible way to express his mourning publicly.
Some condo residents in Port Coquitlam have been living with no power and no heat for the past couple of days since a torrential rain storm resulted in the building's underground parkade filling up with water.