The issue of affordable housing is huge here in Richmond and throughout the Lower Mainland. Housing prices have sky rocketed over the past decade, which would be fine if incomes had kept pace - but they haven't.
Maria prides herself on being patient-a virtue she owes to her deep, Catholic faith.
Affordable housing is a relative term for many in the realm of real estate.
Seeing is believing at this Brentwood Park high-rise apartment that boasts a breathtaking northwest facing view.
It's a story that goes right to the sole. Kelly Strongitharm is a Port Moody resident who works a nine-to-five job as an insurance broker. She works in the city, giving to charity when she can.
The quiet little town of Squamish has many attractions: rock-climbing, kite-surfing and para-sail-ing, hiking, sailing, fishing - pretty much any of the outdoor activities featured in the MEC catalogue. It's a little slice of Beautiful B.C., just a short drive from the city.
Artists are getting a chance to show their wares, demonstrate their skills and build their self-esteem in New Westminster.
Teary-eyed students and teachers shared their stories with New Westminster school board trustees Tuesday evening, in hopes of convincing the board to look elsewhere to make cuts in order to balance the budget.
Tilbury businesses are encouraging new and experienced cyclists to take the two-wheeled option during Bike to Work Week, May 27 to June 2.
According to a recent survey by CIBC, 25 per cent of British Columbians plan to make home renovations in the next 12 months and plan to spend an average of $19,000 for those renovations - much higher than the national average of $15,300.
Abbotsford's warm-hearted mentor and women's champion Pat Christie was named as the Myrtle Evertt Woman of the Year recipient on May 15.
Do you believe the negative ad campaign by the BC Liberals was the deciding factor?
Delta council recently got a preliminary look at a revamped development proposal for a large piece of property just outside Burns Bog.
Burnaby council continues to push its environmental sustainability strategy through several phases of public consultation.
I was not surprised to see the District of North Vancouver council basically give the green light to Larco Investments to start the rezoning process in the Lower Capilano area (North Shore News, May 8).
The St. Thomas More Knights co-ed golf team qualified for the AA high school provincials last week at Fraserview.
Home sales in New Westminster were higher in March compared to February of this year, but sales overall last month were down 20 per cent from the same time the previous year, according to the chief economist with the British Columbia Real Estate Association.
Action will be taken to address affordable housing in New Westminster.
The president of the Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce says the election of a BC Liberal majority government last week is good news for business owners.