Nick Laba

West Vancouver No. 2 in Canada for income inequality, study finds

The StatCan data measures income reported in the country, which can leave out other sources of wealth

Arthur Erickson’s Eppich House II lists for $12.8M after ‘significant’ restoration

The 6,400-square-foot architectural masterpiece sits on a 1.2-acre lot in the British Properties of West Vancouver

Governments unveil $20M funding for 95-home Squamish Nation project

The new Xwmélch’sten (Capilano 5 Reserve) development is based on a multi-generational housing approach and will give residents access to a range of services in the immediate area

Capilano University support staff ratify employment deal

Both parties accepted a mediator’s recommendations around the disputed return-to-work protocol

North Vancouver boxer wins national championship

Johnathan Hannah will prepare to fight in Olympic trials in June

Walk with Habitat for Humanity this February to support affordable housing

You might struggle to get out of the home on these chilly winter evenings, while others struggle to find a warm place to shelter. On the evening of Saturday, Feb. 25, you can get on your feet to...

'They denied us that journey' says Tsleil-Waututh Chief as province rejects Indigenous-led Olympic bid

Four host Nations have been heading planning efforts since last year. Leaders say they weren't consulted about the decision to pull support for the 2030 Games in Vancouver

How to make your home bear safe, and what to do if one comes by

Bear experts say to keep your property free of enticing smells, and if a bear still shows up at your house, assert your dominance

$4.3M sale of 'Starship' heritage home 'precedent setting,' agent says

A real estate agent says the sale shows global recognition of West Coast Modern architecture, while a local expert criticizes the 'jazzy' marketing and wants more action from local government.

Squamish Nation signs MOU service deal with Vancouver for 11-tower Senakw development

The service agreement, designed to provide utilities from the city to the First Nation development, will sit in escrow until details are finalized