Premier’s latest step won’t bust ghostly killers of home affordability.
Government stats show foreign purchasers buying up real estate equal in value to all new home construction.
Co-ops and co-housing reimagine the multi-family dwelling, one mini-community at a time.
Chinese capital flight to places like Vancouver creates risk of disaster for hundreds of millions of labourers.
As province aims to shut down camp in court, tenter Norm Ruble offers a different view.
Since Expo 86 many warned global wealth would kill local homebuyers' dreams.
Huge impact of foreign buyers can't be ignored, and raising the issue isn't racist.
Website commenters share tales of woes over lack of affordable digs.
In Sparwood, landowner and tenants agree on one point: BC's RTB needs to be fixed.
Drastic action needed to buy time to implement tax changes, rules to slow runaway home prices.
BC claims it has a policy for launching youth into the grown-up world, but it's not always followed. Scotland does better. Last of two.
Homes gone, jobs uncertain -- but determination to build a new life lives on.
And why dorm rents the university plans to charge are outrageously high.
Given the trajectory of affordability in this city, what do concerned residents have to lose?
Absence of detail, too broad a focus among faults found in city’s renter strategy.
'Big and bold is the way to go,' says economist Marc Lee of solutions to BC's crisis.
A developer created by then-mayor Sanders made one city more affordable. Now, Vancouver is taking note.
With land prices rising, there's little to protect a key source of affordable housing from redevelopment.
An ultra-dense, marginalized neighbourhood teaches urban planners some lessons in listening.
NDP says latest measures do nothing to address BC's affordability crisis.
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