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Bob Rennie | BCBusiness

One Last Thing: Bob Rennie

To impress this early-rising Condo King, take him out to lunch and pitch your most interesting ideas

Entrepreneurs | Lower Mainland

B.C. Leads Canada in Home Renos

British Columbians Spend Big on Home Renovations

Finance & Investing | How-To

'The Dorothies' Find a New Home

Developer relocates a pair of West Side character houses once slated for demolition

Sustainability | Lower Mainland
Great Northern Way Campus | BCBusiness

A Community Rises in Vancouver's Industrial East End

The final piece of the puzzle—residential development—is coming to Vancouver's Finning lands

Arts & Culture | Lower Mainland
Kitimat floating hotel | BCBusiness

Floating Hotel Arrives in Kitimat to House 600 Alcan Workers

A floating hotel has arrived in Kitimat to ease the housing crunch

Northern B.C. | Sustainability | Economy
Vancouver, The East Village | BCBusiness

Rebranding Vancouver's Neighbourhoods

Marketers and business associations attempt to reinvent Vancouver by rechristening neighbourhoods

Small Business | Arts & Culture | Branding
Vancouver real estate | BCBusiness

Vancouver Home Prices to Suffer With End of Investor Immigrant Program

Looking beyond the rhetoric of the Immigrant Investor Program

Opinion | Asia Pacific | Lower Mainland
Vancouver skyline | BCBusiness

Vancouver Cost of Living Remains High

Vancouver's housing market, still out of reach for most consumers, realizes a small gain in affordability

Economy | Consumer Insight | Lower Mainland
Vancouver Real Estate | BCBusiness

Bob Rennie Downplays End of Immigrant Investor Program

Vancouver’s top real estate marketer is bullish despite the cancellation of immigrant investor program

Economy | Lower Mainland


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