Does it seem to you, as it does to me, that rarely a day goes by without yet another story of how Metro Vancouver real estate is being bulldozed, foreign-owned, over-priced, over-built, developer-designed and any other term to denote that our little urban world is changing faster than an ordinary taxpaying citizen can keep up with? Does it also seem to you, as it does to me, although it’s a strictly anecdotal and gut-based observation, that the accelerated pace of demolition and new construction that is so drastically transforming our neighbourhoods has finally awakened the sleeping giant?
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- Five years later, all that remains is barren land | The Global Canadian
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- Create policies that benefit the CNV residents | The Global CanadianThe Global Canadian
- Vancouver housing: The view from Singapore – The Globe and Mail
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