“More than twice as much money is being spent on building homes in British Columbia than on all industrial, commercial and government projects combined and the trend is seen even in areas touted as the province’s resource boomtowns.”
In part, the trend can be attributed to a small boom in housing starts around Northern resource projects like an LNG plant in Kitimat, though the trend also includes lower mainland suburban areas too.
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Residential leads construction – even in “booming” north
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