Author Archives: Tim Louis

Good news for Vancouver renters

There’s been a lot in the news lately about issues that impact renters, and I’m happy to say most of it is good news. First up is the announcement of a new resource at city hall — the creation of … Continue reading

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New provincial budget is a breath of fresh air

All in all, the new provincial budget is good news. It’s definitely a breath of fresh air compared to what we’ve become accustomed to during the many years of the provincial Liberals. Here are some of the highlights for me. … Continue reading

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Let’s follow New Westminster’s lead on renovictions

Congratulations to New Westminster city council on their recent unanimous approval of a new bylaw to protect renters from renovictions. Landlords there will now face the prospect of fines of up to $1,000 a day or losing their business licence … Continue reading

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