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The latest developments on COVID-19 in Fort St. John

May 27, 2020
This is a running list of COVID-19 news concerning the city and North Peace region. Please check back regularly.

Tenants fear eviction during COVID-19 crisis

April 25, 2020
Dee van Straaten is tossing out sentimental letters going back years as she packs up the Fairfield rental house she has called home for nearly three decades. The house has been sold to new owners. . .

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

April 3, 2020
The latest news on the COVID-19 global pandemic (all times Eastern):7:15 p.m.Police in Delta, B.C., say it was "troubling" to catch two people this week allegedly reselling medical face masks at . . .

Les Leyne: As condo insurance costs soar, a call for action, not just thinking

March 4, 2020
‘The time for thinking is gone,” Liberal MLA Marvin Hunt yelled at the government Tuesday in the heat of a legislature battle over condo insurance. It was a brief respite in a serious argument. . . .

Burnaby council pulls affordable housing proposal after neighbour opposition

February 13, 2020
A resident in the area of a proposed affordable rental building is declaring victory after council voted to rescind the proposal, potentially moving it to another location nearby. The 151-unit . . .

Upcoming B.C. Assessment values to ‘reflect moderating market’

December 10, 2019
Residential sector — especially in Lower Mainland — to see lower valuations, but commercial and industrial real estate values hold firm

Letter: Burnaby renters tired of getting stabbed with a gentrification stick

November 22, 2019
Editor: I applaud the efforts of Mayor Mike Hurley and Coun. Joe Keithley in steering this city council toward more humane treatment of the renters that remain in the Metrotown area. I applaud . . .

Letter: Burnaby land sale an abhorrent giveaway to developers

October 26, 2019
Editor: Burnaby council is once again trying to sell public land by Edmonds - by trying to create an appearance of some public benefit, while hiding a massive developer giveaway. The proposal . . .

B.C. speculation tax personal info can be collected and disclosed: privacy commissioner

October 21, 2019
B.C.’s Ministry of Finance can collect, use and disclose taxpayers’ personal information under the Speculation and Vacancy Tax Act (SVTA), the province’s Office of the Information and Privacy . . .

B.C. speculation tax privacy discussions remain secret

August 29, 2019
British Columbians have no right to see discussions about private information they handed over to the government for speculation tax registration. The Office of the Information and Privacy . . .

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