Graeme Ditner outside his recently sold house in Kitchener. He has yet to be able to lock down an apartment after nearly two months of searching.
Moncton’s planning advisory committee approved plans for a nine apartment building development beside the city's Centennial Park on Wednesday. The plans call for 947 apartment units and two commercial buildings along Millennium Boulevard.
The federal government is contributing $19.2 million to help N.W.T. renters afford housing. It's set to be rolled out over the next sevent years and is expected to support over 500 households.
Businesses in and around Penticton, B.C., are disappointed by their local city council's rejection of a plan to build 130 units of rental housing, saying the decision will complicate efforts to hire and retain staff.
On Tuesday we told you about a Kelowna homeowner whose house has been slated for possible demolition after ten years of complaints from neighbours. Wednesday, Global News met with Janusz Grelecki, to get his side of the story and find out why he has not complied with the city’s demands despite years of warnings to...
The home owner is promising things are going to change, even though he's been given years to come into compliance with the city's demands to clean up his property.
Following the EF2 tornado in the south end of Barrie that left a trail of destruction so damaging it could take years to rebuild, experts are now questioning the strength of Ontario's building code.
The investigation was launched in mid-February after reports surfaced that staff members at White Cliffe Terrace Retirement Residence removed the door handles to certain rooms.