Widow’s battle to resell burial space underscores Metro Vancouver’s real estate crunch

A little more than 25 years ago, John Douglas Carnahan bought the rights to two burial plots in the northeast corner of a hilly cemetery in a dense area of Burnaby, B.C. 

Back then, they cost $750 each. 

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What will end up in the Eaton Centre space after Nordstrom leaves?

For nearly five decades, the Toronto Eaton Centre has been anchored by a department store or clothing retailer. Could a water park, cluster of restaurants or conference centre be next?

With Nordstrom’s announcement last week that it’s pulling out of