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Review: Elisa Reinvents the Classic Steakhouse in Yaletown

Review: Elisa Reinvents the Classic Steakhouse in Yaletown

Is it expensive? Yes. Is it also a good deal? Again, yes. And this sentiment seems to be shared by the restaurant-going crowd.

Starbucks Rolls Out Recyclable and Compostable Cups in Vancouver

Starbucks Rolls Out Recyclable and Compostable Cups in Vancouver

The city is one of five around the world that will test-sip the new ecofriendly alternatives. 

Which Vancouver Sports Team Will Have the Best 2019?

Which Vancouver Sports Team Will Have the Best 2019?

The Canucks and Whitecaps aren’t starting things off on a great note. 

Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2019 in Vancouver

Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2019 in Vancouver

Who said St. Patrick’s Day is only about beer, shamrocks and green costumes? This year's celebration options are so diverse you'll have a hard time choosing where to go.

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Is Vancouver’s Real Estate Market Squeezing Out Singletons?

Is Vancouver’s Real Estate Market Squeezing Out Singletons?

In a city where housing prices consistently tower over the incomes of even two-person households, some who are flying solo feel at a disadvantage.

Single and Looking (for Real Estate): How Three Solo Buyers Made It Work

Single and Looking (for Real Estate): How Three Solo Buyers Made It Work

Here are some of the ways that single-income earners are getting their feet in Metro Vancouver's property door. 

Vancouver’s Real Estate Market is Wobbling—So What Do We Do?

Vancouver’s Real Estate Market is Wobbling—So What Do We Do?

Inventory is up, prices are coming down, and many homes are taking months to sell. So what should people do now?

3 Real Estate Projects to Watch in Vancouver

3 Real Estate Projects to Watch in Vancouver

We spotlight a trio of incoming property developments that should be on any local house hunter's radar.

“People Will Continue to Suffer Without Homes, Washrooms and Having Their Belongings Taken Away by Police”

“People Will Continue to Suffer Without Homes, Washrooms and Having Their Belongings Taken Away by Police”

Temporary shelters will be open year round thanks to new funding, but it's not enough, say local experts.

Vancouver’s First Vietnamese Coffee Shop is Now Open for Business

Vancouver’s First Vietnamese Coffee Shop is Now Open for Business

The pop-up café, which serves drinks like Vietnamese iced coffee and avocado coffee, celebrates the owners' Vietnamese roots.