Most Ridiculous Vancouver Real-Estate Stories Of 2015

Most Ridiculous Vancouver Real-Estate Stories Of 2015

12.20.2015
Remember that time a house sold for millions over asking in a few hours? Yeah.
Confusing Cineplex Policy Denies Wheelchair User Advance 'Star Wars' Tickets

Confusing Cineplex Policy Denies Wheelchair User Advance 'Star Wars' Tickets

Andree Lau  12.19.2015
"It's just another barrier that's being thrown up for people who already are known to have difficulties getting around physically."
$50-Million Lotto Winners Identified After Nearly 2 Years

$50-Million Lotto Winners Identified After Nearly 2 Years

CP  12.15.2015
He lost $500,000 in interest, though.
'A Triple Whammy': B.C. Food Bank Robbed 3 Times In 3 Days

'A Triple Whammy': B.C. Food Bank Robbed 3 Times In 3 Days

CBC  12.15.2015
"It's hard not to take this personally."
B.C. Pledges Millions To Improve Safety Along Highway Of Tears

B.C. Pledges Millions To Improve Safety Along Highway Of Tears

CP  12.14.2015
Eighteen women, many of them aboriginal, have been murdered or disappeared in the area since the 1970s.
Vancouver Could Learn From Europe To Solve Housing Crisis

Vancouver Could Learn From Europe To Solve Housing Crisis

CP  12.13.2015
Vancouver's city planners could learn a thing or two from Europe.
Thousands Warned Of Spike In B.C. Property Assessments

Thousands Warned Of Spike In B.C. Property Assessments

CBC  12. 9.2015
For example, a house in East Vancouver was assessed for under $1 million last year, and is now assessed at nearly $1.3 million.
B.C. Announces $100-Million Fund To Boost Tech Sector

B.C. Announces $100-Million Fund To Boost Tech Sector

CP  12. 8.2015
The cash is meant to fuel startup companies as the province launches a strategy aimed at creating jobs.
The Biggest Real Estate Challenge Facing Metro Vancouver You've Never Heard Of

The Biggest Real Estate Challenge Facing Metro Vancouver You've Never Heard Of

Port Metro Vancouver  12. 8.2015
Most people probably don't ever think about local industrial land. It's often tucked away in corners of communities -- out of sight, out...
B.C. Liquor Stores Want To Sell Pot, Too

B.C. Liquor Stores Want To Sell Pot, Too

CP  12. 2.2015
Two unions have banded together to advocate for the sale of recreational weed.
Internet Cut Off For Weeks In Tiny B.C. District

Internet Cut Off For Weeks In Tiny B.C. District

CP  12. 1.2015
In 2011, Stewart, B.C. had a population of just under 500 people.
Vancouver Island Pot Shops Raided By RCMP

Vancouver Island Pot Shops Raided By RCMP

CP  12. 1.2015
Mounties had search warrants for three different dispensaries.