TweetRental properties are a very important part of any stable and successful city, and Devon Properties manages a lot of them in Greater Victoria. With some of the stock ageing and in need of replacement, what are some of the challenges the owners of those properties are facing? Discuss.
TweetLG&E man-of-the-people and Shatterbox Coffee owner Kalen Harris talks about what his platform is for the upcoming provincial election.
TweetThe podcasting craze suggests storytelling is back on the map and Confabulation is a homegrown Canadian storytelling group in Toronto, Montreal and Victoria. We talk to the Victoria operators about telling it like it is, thematically.
TweetChard Developments has been active developing residential projects in Victoria since 2005. Best known for condos, Chard is also currently building a 200 unit rental property in the heart of Victoria. David Chard shares with us some of the challenges of building residential projects in Victoria.
David Lau fights the good fight for newcomers to the Greater Victoria region. Not just because they need help, but also because healthy communities looking for economic stability need to welcome and embrace new blood, or so say the economists.
TweetSometimes chatting with a civil servant can be inspiring. With just over a year under his belt, Mr Tinney is getting creative with land use by-laws and contemplating how a city can work with apartment owners to refresh and renew old housing stock.
TweetVictoria’s Emergency Program Coordinator makes plans just in case all of us become homeless. Be it fire, earthquake, flood, tidal wave, our town has a plan. And you won’t need a gun.
TweetWhen can tough love take over compassion? Can policy overprotect citizens to a point that nothing gets done? All this and strong language too.
TweetEver wondered how pot dispensaries established themselves in our fair city? We chat with a cannabis consultant who has been active in BC promoting the safe and beneficial use of Cannabis.
Kerri Milton cut her teeth in the cinema world promoting movies and, via Penticton, found herself promoting a vibrant Victoria. Can a city that wants to be vibrant NOT break any rules?