Polygon sets sophisticated tone with North Van’s waterfront West Quay

September 29, 2015 under Useful Articles
BY POSTMEDIA WORKS, SPONSORED BY POLYGON SEPTEMBER 25, 2015 Situated in popular Lower Lonsdale, Polygon’s West Quay is a limited collection of homes across from Waterfront Park and close to restaurants, the market and the SeaBus. Photograph by: Courtesy , Polygon   The North Shore’s Lower Lonsdale is one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods in Greater Vancouver, offering urban living on glorious w
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Tories promise up to $700 million for Surrey light rail Announcement expected in Surrey Monday morning

September 28, 2015 under Useful Articles
By Kelly Sinoski and Peter O’Neil, Vancouver Sun September 28, 2015 7:08 PM Concept of light rail car for proposed Surrey LRT from City of Surry website. Photograph by: Vancouver Sun , Handout   The Conservatives raised the ante in the key battleground of Surrey Monday, pledging to provide $700 million toward the city’s $2.1-billion proposed light rail project ahead of Vancouver’s subway line alon
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B.C. to look at cost of building bridge to Sunshine Coast

September 22, 2015 under Useful Articles
BY CANADIAN PRESS SEPTEMBER 18, 2015 The B.C. government says it will study the costs and benefits of a bridge link to the province’s Sunshine Coast Photograph by: Submitted , Special To The Province VANCOUVER – The B.C. government says it will study the costs and benefits of a bridge link to the province’s Sunshine Coast. Transportation Minister Todd Stone said Friday the government has heard
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Tony’s Latest Updates – Sept 18,2015

September 21, 2015 under Tony's Latest Updates
During the past few months I have been offering real estate trading services to my clients along with mortgage financing.  It’s now easier than ever to purchase a home with our help.  Not only am I but all of the team are dually licenced to provide real estate and mortgage solutions.  We are now the only local firm dedicated to helping clients with both of these matters of the home.   Not only have we helpe
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China’s August imports fall 14.3% on oil prices

September 12, 2015 under Useful Articles
8 September 2015. China’s imports in August fell 14.3% in yuan-denominated terms from a year ago, while exports fell by 6.1%. The steep fall in the value of imports reflects lower commodity prices globally, particularly crude oil. The numbers mean China’s monthly trade surplus expanded by close to 40% from the month earlier to 368bn yuan ($57.8bn; £37.7bn). China recently revised down its 2014 economi
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