Jane Seyd

One in 10 West Vancouver homes foreign owned

'Astronaut' families captured in latest federal stats

Court battle underway for killed West Vancouver millionaire's fortune

Two women say they are spouses of British Properties businessman who left no will, five children also claim share of $16M estate

Seawalk deal imminent between West Vancouver, CN Rail

Municipality and railroad have been locked in a legal fight over the public walkway since February 2017, when talks about a new lease agreement broke down

Judge backs buyer reneging on $6.5m purchase over land restrictions

A BC Supreme Court judge has concluded a buyer who backed out of a deal to buy a $6.5 million mansion in West Vancouver was entitled to do so because a British Pacific Properties restrictive covenant...

West Vancouver woman suing Airbnb over stay in Ottawa ‘pot ghetto’

West Vancouver resident Joan Gibbs has launched a lawsuit against Airbnb after a booking for a family vacation in Ottawa to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday instead served up a frat house atmosphere...

Vancouver Shipyards launches lawsuit against federal vessel subcontractor

Vancouver Shipyards Co. Ltd. is suing one of its subcontractors that did early design and engineering work on electrical, heat and ventilation, and propulsion control systems for its three federal...

Tsleil-Waututh criticize new pipeline project review rules

In the midst of a B.C.-Alberta trade war over Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, the federal government announced Thursday plans to overhaul the environmental assessment process for...

Seaspan Shipyards working to avoid more layoffs

Company working with feds to shore up production gaps in multi-year shipbuilding contract

'Million dollar line’ of homes erased

The “million dollar line” that used to divide West Vancouver and most of North Vancouver in the past has all but disappeared, with 98% of single-family homes on the North Shore worth more than $1...

CRA targeting one Lower Mainland neighbourhood, comparing high home values to tax filings

Residents of some of the most exclusive neighbourhoods on the North Shore may be targeted by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) if their reported income does not appear to support their affluent...