affordability

The Death of the Single-Family House in Vancouver

The Death of the Single-Family House in Vancouver

Author and UBC professor Nathanael Lauster discusses Vancouver's changing urban landscape—from a city of cottages to a city of condos and duplexes—and why other cities should be following our lead.

What do we mean by affordability in Vancouver?

What do we mean by affordability in Vancouver?

Affordable housing is not just a low-income issue, and our policies should reflect that

Move back to Vancouver? You’re kidding, right?

Move back to Vancouver? You’re kidding, right?

National Post columnist and Calgary resident Jen Gerson on why she'd love to come back home—and why she can't

Why Vancouver is Canada’s worst city for young professionals

Why Vancouver is Canada’s worst city for young professionals

They earn less, owe more, and can only dream about owning a home. Is it any wonder that Vancouver's young and educated are leaving town for good?

Editorial: Buy now, pay later

Editorial: Buy now, pay later

We've been told about the cost of acting to curb rising real estate prices. But what about the cost of not acting?

Editorial: The BC Liberals are playing with fire

Editorial: The BC Liberals are playing with fire

Can the government afford to write off the concerns of Vancouverites about housing affordability? We're all about to find out

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