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Your Weekly Construction Briefing Last month, there were 1195 active listings in the VIREB areas for single-family detached properties, compared to 301 in November 2021. There were 286 condos listed, up from 96 listings one year ago, and 266...Learn More
The Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA) is holding their annual conference April 18 & 19 in Victoria. Meet the leaders and innovators of the construction industry at the Vancouver Island Construction Conference this April 18-19 in Victoria....Learn More
In this week’s Editor’s Note: Courtenay: Carbon Step Code and Performance Levels adopted Comox: Proposed six unit commercial building Quadra Island: Proposed 23 large lots from a 67 hectare property The City of Courtenay has adopted the provincial Zero Carbon Step...Learn More
Crews for the WoodFibre LNG construction project near Squamish will have the opportunity to live in a converted 154-metre ferry. The 652 cabin floating hotel arrived at the Port of Nanaimo last week as a staging ground before its departure to the project site....Learn More