Investors Needed to Fund Ideas for New Urban Solutions

Investors Needed to Fund Ideas for New Urban Solutions
By Ron Friesen The rate of change in urban planning, as exemplified in Vancouver, BC is naturally and understandably causing some homeowners and veteran city dwellers to feel their interests and way of life are being left behind. Single-family homes are being replaced at an accelerated rate with multi-family homes along primary transportation corridors. Increased living density delivers a great... Read More

British Columbians bracing for NDP economic hits

British Columbians bracing for NDP economic hits
By Ellsworth Dickson Vancouver radio station CKNW has reported that British Columbia’s NPD leader John Horgan wrote a letter to the president of BC Hydro asking them to stop work on the huge Site C Energy (dam) Project in northern BC. As of today (June 5), John Horgan is not even premier of the province, although he expects to be... Read More

Is BC’s New and Unnatural Political Alliance Good For Anyone?

Is BC’s New and Unnatural Political Alliance Good For Anyone?
By Ron Friesen Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd (TSX:KML) launched their IPO last week at C$17.00 per-share, then opened on the TSX this past Tuesday, May 30 at C$16.06, closing first-day trading at C$16.24. On the morning of day two trading was around C$16.05. Day three, mid-day TSX:KML has rebounded to C$16.41. Investors are showing their opinion of value, and perhaps... Read More