British Columbia is making changes to its Strata Property Act that will give owners more flexibility when they decide they would like to sell the property.
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Arts and culture organizations in British Columbia can now apply for grants up to $50,000 for small capital projects as part of the province’s Collaborative
British Columbia Finance Minister Michael de Jong recently announced new regulations that will help real estate consumers make informed decisions about contract assignments before accepting
The Real Estate Council of B.C. is putting into place new methods to enhance public protection for real estate consumers in the province. Effective April
B.C. is investing $16.6 million for flood mitigation in the high-risk city of Richmond to upgrade various pump stations.
The British Columbia hospitality industry now has the luxury of delivering liquor to guests by room service 24 hours a day.
Wood WORKS! BC has announced the winners of the 2015 Community Recognition Awards, which are presented annually to local governments that have been exemplary advocates for wood.
Construction for a $600 million multi-faceted entertainment resort adjacent to BC Place Stadium is underway. Construction is expected to be complete in late 2016.
The B.C. government's new Apprentices on Public Projects policy aims to connect more young people to the skills and training they need for careers in construction.
B.C. Premiere Christy Clark has appointed a Climate Leadership Team to oversee the province’s efforts to combat climate change.
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Off Highway 95A, between the Purcell and Rocky Mountains, where the sun shines more than 300 days of the year, lies Kimberley, British Columbia, population
Almost a month after a tailings pond from the Mount Polley Mine in Likely, B.C. collapsed, releasing a catastrophic flood of toxic waste water into