Why Do Vancouver Landlords Hate Pets so Much (And What a Pet Owner Can Do About It)

Why Do Vancouver Landlords Hate Pets so Much (And What a Pet Owner Can Do About It)

Friday 20.May 2016

As the Vancouver housing market continues to sizzle, renters have been feeling the heat, particularly pet owners. We talked to B.C. SPCA Stakeholder Relations Office, Melinda Mennie about […]

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Vancouver Photo Of The Week

View All The Ghost of Siwash

There is a legend among Squamish people saying that Siwash Rock is a young man who was turned to stone. Stefan Klopp captured the ghost of Siwash in this long exposure shot. Thank you!

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Vancouver Real Estate News

Why Do Vancouver Landlords Hate Pets so Much (And What a Pet Owner Can Do About It)

As the Vancouver housing market continues to sizzle, renters have been feeling the heat, particularly pet owners. We talked to B.C. SPCA Stakeholder Relations Office, Melinda Mennie about […]

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Vancouver Market in April 2016: Affordability is a Receding Goal

Play it Sam. Play it again…..it may not be 1942 in Casablanca but it feels like a war in the Vancouver real estate market. The April stats are just more of the same old story: highest selling April on record, […]

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Vancouver Real Estate in March 2016: “May You Live in Interesting Times!”

In March the Metro Vancouver real estate market reported 5,000 sales, the first time it has hit that number. The demand has not eased up although it may be that prices are plateauing at this time. Sellers have the […]

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Millenials Shut Out of Vancouver’s Real Estate Market

Millennials have been adapting to the rising cost of housing in Vancouver by holding off on buying a home and embracing a “coffee shop” lifestyle, experts say. Vancouver Street and Blossoms by Nick Kenrick I would […]

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Vancouver Blog

Street Art in Vancouver: The Artist’s Perspective

When Lululemon founder and prominent Vancouver billionaire Chip Wilson commissioned a $7,000 graffiti mural to cover a portion of the Seawall that sits on his property, he thought he was doing the city of […]

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Best Places to Work Remotely in Vancouver: Cafés

An explosion of self-starters and entrepreneurs have taken over Vancouver in the past few years, and working remotely has become more desirable than ever. Whether you work from home, in an office or a co-working […]

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Photo Essay: Vancouver’s Winter Farmers’ Markets

It’s good to know where your food comes from. Vancouver’s farmer markets are a great opportunity to shop local and spend some time out – and the best thing is that some of them aren’t just for summer! If you […]

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Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition #4: Helen’s Grill

Mount Pleasant, Vancouver’s first established suburb, has changed greatly since the diner Helen’s Grill opened on the corner of Main and Kingsway in 1961. What was once a branch of Vancouver’s local […]

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