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District of Squamish seeks loan permission — again

District of Squamish seeks loan permission — again

Council motion comes just one month after the project was denied through an alternative approval process.
District of Squamish eyes 2029 for completion of lateral landfill expansion

District of Squamish eyes 2029 for completion of lateral landfill expansion

The $23-million project is expected to be complete when current landfill becomes full.
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.
Metro Vancouver home sales plunge 34 per cent from last year

Metro Vancouver home sales plunge 34 per cent from last year

April sales also down 25.6 per cent from March as month-over-month prices increases stall at a lofty high
A peek inside Squamish's new Fire Hall 1

A peek inside Squamish's new Fire Hall 1

The much-anticipated $16.7 million structure will officially open in July.
B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

B.C. homeowners will ‘have to stomach’ mortgage pain

Rate-hikes putting pressure on homeowners and first-time buyers, say experts
Owners aim for June reopening for Squamish’s Shady Tree Pub

Owners aim for June reopening for Squamish’s Shady Tree Pub

Eatery was closed during the pandemic, served as COVID-19 test centre.
Virtual reality is shaping the future of real estate

Virtual reality is shaping the future of real estate

Saving on construction costs and creating realistic spaces that can be viewed and modified remotely opens a parallel dimension for design and sales
Aggressive Passive tower will test new condo price ceiling

Aggressive Passive tower will test new condo price ceiling

Built on dirt valued at $3,900 per square foot with a construction costs up to 20 per cent above market, new 60-storey Curv condos could be Vancouver’s most expensive
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