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Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson is a journalist with Business in Vancouver and Glacier Media. She reports on real estate and the housing market in the Lower Mainland and British Columbia, with articles appearing across multiple Glacier Media publications.

She is the recipient of the Read-Mercer Fellowship and LSU Journalism Scholarship.

Claire speaks English and French.

Recent Work by Claire

B.C. businesses want feds to fight inflation in next week's budget

B.C. businesses want feds to fight inflation in next week's budget

Businesses call for productivity commission, infrastructure spending and financial responsibility in upcoming budget.
Martini Film Studios takes majority stake in Lighthouse Pictures

Martini Film Studios takes majority stake in Lighthouse Pictures

The acquisition is part of a larger effort by Martini to grow production activity and the studio's brand
Metro Vancouver industrial real estate market starting to normalize

Metro Vancouver industrial real estate market starting to normalize

A significant portion of new developments under construction are in strata industrial.
B.C. building code changes allow for higher mass timber buildings

B.C. building code changes allow for higher mass timber buildings

New mass timber buildings in B.C. can now reach up to 18 storeys for residential and office towers
Apprenticeship programs target women, newcomers in B.C. construction

Apprenticeship programs target women, newcomers in B.C. construction

Funding, diversity and modernization can help address trades shortages, experts say.
B.C. Rental Protection Fund head applauds new federal program

B.C. Rental Protection Fund head applauds new federal program

"It's probably fair to say they're pulling many ideas from B.C."
Vancouver 'one of the most resilient cities' for commercial real estate

Vancouver 'one of the most resilient cities' for commercial real estate

A look into predictions from the Vancouver Real Estate Forum for three commercial real estate markets in 2024.
Metro Van housing starts expected to drop despite anticipated market rebound: CMHC

Metro Van housing starts expected to drop despite anticipated market rebound: CMHC

Home prices expected to reach new highs by 2026, says CMHC
New government incentives set to spur mass-timber development in B.C.

New government incentives set to spur mass-timber development in B.C.

With more than 40 per cent of Canadian mass-timber projects already based in the province, B.C. is poised to capture ‘tidal wave’ of interest
Metro Vancouver office vacancy holds steady as industrial rises

Metro Vancouver office vacancy holds steady as industrial rises

There are currently 70 full vacant floors in Vancouver's downtown core with industrial vacancy at the 'highest rate reported since the third quarter of 2018.'
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