Metrotown residents fight to save their homes from demolition

By KELLY SINOSKI, Vancouver Sun Metrotown residents are calling on the city of Burnaby to declare an immediate moratorium on the demolition of rental apartments and to find homes for those who have been evicted, saying the move is creating a “hidden homeless” popula...

Vancouver Housing Report Mostly 'A's, but Look Closer, Critics Say

Absence of detail, too broad a focus among faults found in city’s renter strategy. By Katie Hyslop, TheTyee.ca Four years into the City of Vancouver's decade-long Housing and Homelessness Strategy, the news it has to report so far is all good. Counting appro...

Vacancy solution for Vancouver? Tear down old rental buildings

More rentals needed: Vancouver's rental market paradox — too many buildings, too few units By Salma Nurmohamed, CBC News In the rules of Vancouver real estate, there's an unofficial 11th commandment when it comes to rental buildings, says analyst David Goodman. ...

Housing affordability crunch keeping millennials at home longer

By Paula Baker, Online News Producer, Global News In an attempt to offset the affordability crunch, many millennials are making trade-offs to afford life in Metro Vancouver. In this case, the trade-off is living at home with mom and dad. According to a new Vanci...

How should Vancouver promote affordable housing? 'You build more'

By Brian Morton, The Province Reliance Properties president and CEO Jon Stovell on Thursday was named chair of the Urban Development Institute (Pacific Region), a national association of the development industry with over 650 corporate members. Stovell, whose co...