Coal Harbour condo dwellers call Pokemon pest control
Residents of a Coal Harbour condo building are now free of pesky Pokestops after complaining to the City of Vancouver and their MLA, as well as to the company that makes the popular augmented reality game. “Their concern was there were four Pokestops right around the entrance to their building,” said Spencer Chandra Herbert, MLA for Vancouver-West End. The situation was leading to crowds of anywhere between 10 and 50 people on the grounds of the Bayshore Drive condo building, causing noise and traffic problems sometimes until the wee hours of the morning. Read the article…………….
Q: Our condo’s no-smoking bylaw clearly states that smoking is not permitted in our building or in the individual units.
Dear Tony: Our strata corporation had a general meeting in Kelowna last week and on the agenda we were asked
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