The Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing is listening to the concerns of renters and taking action on an early recommendation from B.C.’s Rental Housing Task Force by cutting the annual allowable rent increase by 2%, limiting it to inflation.
Following widespread concern about British Columbia’s reputation as a haven for money laundering, the Province is launching a two-pronged review aimed at shutting down avenues for money laundering in real estate and other sectors.
Sotos Class Actions, a leading class action firm, has launched a lawsuit seeking $250 million in damages on behalf of all persons who purchased resold tickets from Ticketmaster Canada Holdings ULC for live events occurring in Canada starting on September 1, 2013.
Axiom Cycling Gear, a global leader in innovative cycling accessories based in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, is pleased to announce that their proprietary OCEANWEAVE® fabric, made from 100% recycled fishing net
For parents with school-aged children, mid-September is an exciting time: kids are getting comfortable in their classrooms, recreational programs are underway, and families are settling into their new routines.
Volvo’s newest model to join its growing line up is the XC40, a compact SUV that’s both stylish and practical with a unique premium unique look it’s the ideal sized SUV for most people and arrives beautifully packaged.
People of South Asian decent make up 15 per cent of the Fraser Health population. Chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart diseases, are two to three times higher among the South Asian population compared to the overall Fraser Health population.