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Email from Vancouver realtor to clients suggests ways around foreign buyer tax

A letter from a Vancouver realtor to his clients suggests ways to get around the new 15 per cent foreign buyer tax implemented by the provincial government. 1,166 more words

Politics

Province to release updated statistics on foreign real estate purchases

Finance Minister Mike de Jong is set to release the latest snapshot of real estate transactions in this province.

B.C’s superheated housing market has prompted the government to track property sales, and de Jong will release the latest statistics… 80 more words

Politics

Premier weighs in on hot topics in the Okanagan in extensive interview

Premier Christy Clark is in the Okanagan and she discussed topics from a national park in the valley to public school funding during an extensive interview in the Global Okanagan newsroom on Tuesday. 417 more words

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B.C. government will take over regulation of real estate industry

Premier Christy Clark said B.C.’s real estate industry has lost the right to regulate itself.

“The point of regulation is to protect people,” the premier said at a press conference Tuesday. 386 more words

News

FSJ for LNG hosts Premier

It is Wednesday at noon, parts of the Peace Region are still evacuated or on evacuation alert, but that didn’t stop the crowd of supporters from getting to the People Powered LNG Rally in Fort St John. 159 more words

North Peace

BC Government ends practice of shadow flipping in Vancouver real estate

The B.C. Government says it is ending the practice of shadow flipping in Vancouver’s real estate market.

Speaking in Stanley Park Friday morning, Premier Christy Clark said they are not waiting for a review of shadow flipping to be done – they are moving to end the practice now. 417 more words

Economy

You Call This a Break

The Premier of British Columbia, Christy Clark, made much adieu this past week regarding increases to disability income assistance.   In the Budget speech the provincial Finance Minister, Michael DeJong, stated “ 801 more words

Terry Wiens