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Archives: April 2020

Farmland values face headwinds

APRIL 8, 2020byPeter Mitham BC farmland values rose 5.4% in 2019, according to Farm Credit Canada’s annual survey released this week. This compared to a 6.1% last year, and was slightly ahead of the national average of 5.2%. The highest average per-acre value in the province last year was recorded in the Okanagan, at $103,288 […]

Vancouver’s CF Pacific Centre mall ‘assessing’ whether to remain open

Only five or six of the downtown shopping centre’s 99 retail and food-service tenants are still open Glen Korstrom Business in VancouverApril 3, 2020 COVID-19 has been wreaking havoc on people’s health and many businesses’ bottom lines but some shopping malls have remained open even though most tenants are closed. The 99-store, 719,212-square foot CF Pacific Centre is one […]

Two weeks of staying home!

Hello, from Linda & Freddy Marks  It has been two weeks into working from home and not having personal meetings with clients. Life can change quickly, and we always intend to forget this. On a positive note, we have never used more skype meetings, Face time calls and zoom meetings than we did in the […]

COVID-19 hits farm workers

APRIL 1, 2020byPeter Mitham Bylands Nurseries Ltd. in West Kelowna is the epicentre of the first large community outbreak of COVID-19 in BC. The outbreak is linked to a group of seasonal workers who arrived in BC on March 12, according to the Interior Health Authority. The workers arrived prior to the March 16 announcement […]

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