Brent Richter

‘Sweetheart’ port tax deal questioned by North Vancouver

Fibreco Export Ltd. in dispute with the District of North Vancouver and the Ministry of Finance over $1 million in back taxes and penalties

West Vancouver council looking to curb monster mansions

West Vancouver council is gearing up for another tilt at the community’s monsters. Council voted Monday night to establish a new citizens’ working group that will help guide council into shrinking...

40% of North Vancouver businesses considering leaving: Survey

Transportation problems flagged as threat to economy

West Van's foreign ownership is third highest in Metro Vancouver

Across the region, 4.8% of properties are owned by non-residents

Lions Gate Bridge climbing business proposal nixed

A proposal to allow fee-paying adventure seekers to climb the Lions Gate Bridge has been rejected by the province. Legendworthy Quest owner and local entrepreneur Kevin Thomson had been discussing...

Industrial compost facility proposed for Mount Seymour

Anaconda Systems Ltd. has applied to the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development to clear 2.6 hectares of Crown land

Undersea tech giant joins Order of Canada

North Vancouver's Phil Nuytten, creator of undersea engineering firm Nuytco, honoured for contributions to Canadian innovation

‘Sacred’ single-family homes questioned

Dialogue delves into District of North Vancouver’s ‘missing middle’ housing options 

Cineplex to open VIP theatre at Park Royal in West Vancouver

Cineplex announced May 15 it plans to open an 11-screen, 44,000-square-foot theatre including luxury VIP seating and a liquor licence on the south side of the mall. “After many years of searching...

Port CEO warns against privatization

Exports keep growing despite shaky economy