Housing

Real estate for sale signs are shown in Oakville, Ont. on Saturday, Dec.1, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Richard Buchan

CMHC sees declines in home prices, sales, starts that will linger to end of 2022

CMHC said average housing prices could fall anywhere from nine to 18 per cent in its forecast

Real estate for sale signs are shown in Oakville, Ont. on Saturday, Dec.1, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Richard Buchan
Harvey Clause, an Abbotsford homeless man and advocate, reflects on a few fatal overdoses over the past few weeks. Clause says grieving while homeless holds distinct challenges with little for privacy and little time to process grief. Dustin Godfrey/Abbotsford News

Nowhere to grieve: How homeless people deal with loss during the opioid crisis

Abbotsford homeless advocate says grief has distinct challenges for those living on the streets

Harvey Clause, an Abbotsford homeless man and advocate, reflects on a few fatal overdoses over the past few weeks. Clause says grieving while homeless holds distinct challenges with little for privacy and little time to process grief. Dustin Godfrey/Abbotsford News
(Black Press Media files)

Rate hike could ‘compound’ slowdown of B.C real housing market: realtor

Rate increase will likely mean buyers take a more cautious approach

(Black Press Media files)
Submitted photo                                Kathy Hoesing (L) and Pat Critchlow accept a cheque in the amount of $3500 on behalf of the Southside Seniors Housing Society from Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako Electoral Area E director Eileen Benedict (R).

Southside seniors housing project moves forward

Seniors society has secured approximately $100,000 for the project

  • Jun 7, 2017
Submitted photo                                Kathy Hoesing (L) and Pat Critchlow accept a cheque in the amount of $3500 on behalf of the Southside Seniors Housing Society from Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako Electoral Area E director Eileen Benedict (R).