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Terrace on verge of $12 million land deal with Chinese industrial interests

The City of Terrace has announced it intends to sell two sections of land at the Skeena Industrial Development Park for almost $12 million to Chinese industrial interests. According to Terrace mayor Dave Pernarowski, negotiations are coming to a head with business officials from the economic zone called Qinhuangdao on the east coast of China. The next few weeks could see the finalization of a deal through a Vancouver-based firm called Taisheng International Investment Services Inc. to purchase a total of 1,188 acres at the industrial park for $11,878,000. The Skeena Industrial Development Park is located just south of the Northwest Regional Airport off Hwy 37 and accessed by a --- Continue reading
The Quebec Real Estate Market in 2013

The Quebec Real Estate Market in 2013

The housing market in Canada has been relatively stable since the middle of 2011, but home sales have not been astronomical since November 2012. This is most likely due to the fact that people prefer not to move during the winter. Regardless of the cause, however, the national average of home sales fell by 1.7% between October and November. The average home price also fell by 0.8 percent between November 2011 and November 2012. This moderate drop off is not enough to cause concern for most real estate investors, and it is also not indicative of how the entire country is doing. In fact, Quebec has been experiencing a boost in several cities, including a 1.9% increase in the greater --- Continue reading

Prices Will Remain Relatively Stable in the Quebec Residential Real Estate Market in 2014

ÎLE-DES-SŒURS, QUÉBEC--(Marketwired - Jan. 16, 2014) - According to the Québec Federation of Real Estate Boards (QFREB), the median price of single-family homes will reach $226,500 in Québec in 2014, a 1 per cent increase compared to 2013 when it reached $225,000. "The pressure on prices is now much lower since in most urban centers of the province, the real estate market no longer favours sellers as was the case for many years," stated Paul Cardinal, QFREB Market Analysis Manager. Moreover, the QFREB anticipates that 73,500 residential sales will be concluded across the province in 2014 through the real estate brokers' Centris® system. This will represent a 3 per cent increase --- Continue reading

Canada: Kitimat LNG Project Moves Forward

The Government of Canada, Government of British Columbia, KM LNG Operating General Partnership (KM LNG) and the Haisla Nation announced an important milestone in the development of the Kitimat LNG facility with the signing of the Interim Regulatory Agreement. The agreement establishes the BC Oil and Gas Commission as the regulator for the proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility on the Haisla Nation reserve near Kitimat, British Columbia. This will enable the BC Oil and Gas Commission to begin the regulatory and engineering review of the proposed Kitimat LNG facility. The agreement will also enable the project to move forward while federal regulations are established under the --- Continue reading