Local governments need to step up on affordable and supportive housing, non-profit coalition says

By Shannon Waters
September 23, 2022

Calls to action outline six “very tangible steps” municipalities can take to increase and retain affordable housing


Missing middle decision punted to next council

By Shannon Waters
September 9, 2022

Helps moves motion to keep the issue alive after next month’s election


What does the NDP leadership race mean for housing affordability?

By Shannon Waters
August 24, 2022

Anjali Appadurai and David Eby have both made tackling the housing crisis central parts of the leadership bids


How many homes do we need to build in Victoria?

By Leo Spalteholz
June 30, 2022

A recent CMHC report said BC needs nearly a million new homes. We break that down at the local scale


'Your home is not your castle': buyers face the unforeseen consequences of condo living

By Tori Marlan
June 14, 2022

If you’re buying a condo or townhouse in BC, it’s probably a strata. But, from fistfights and fines to a fence that divided a community, stratas have been marked by stories of disappointment and rage


This Victoria family is facing eviction. Here are their options.

By Martin Bauman
May 17, 2022

From Residential Tenancy Branch disputes to co-operative housing hurdles


Opinion: Victoria's fleeing families are a product of our housing decisions

By Luke Mari
May 5, 2022

New statistics show the ratio of kids added per unit of housing—and it seems what we're building is not what families want


Langford’s growth, mapped

By Zoë Ducklow
April 7, 2022

See our interactive map to keep track of what's happening in your neighbourhood