North Shore News

Neurosurgeon who hid millions in global assets ordered to pay ex-wife in West Van $24m

A wealthy Singapore neurosurgeon whose “astronaut” family has lived in West Vancouver for the past 15 years has been ordered to pay his ex-wife a stratospheric settlement after a bitter divorce in...

Province of B.C. to study North Shore-Vancouver rapid transit line

Think of it. The North Shore to downtown in a matter of minutes. Express service. No traffic. The province is set to begin the first-ever study into the feasibility of a rapid transit line...

Vancouver realtor disciplined for professional misconduct

Xiao Hong (Cathy) Liu has been fined $6,500 and ordered to take a remedial education course

West Van billionaire Frank Giustra sues Twitter for defamation

B.C. philanthropist claims Clinton Foundation work led to ‘targeted attack’

Two more towers coming to the British Properties

District of West Vancouver council has given the OK for two more condo towers on the lower slopes of Hollyburn Mountain. Council has granted development permits for British Pacific Properties to...

Park Royal considers adding more storeys to residential towers

Park Royal may be looking to add storeys to its already approved towers at 752 Marine Dr. The developer, Larco, has been “testing the waters” with conversations in the community to see if there is...

City of North Van approves Shipyards Brewery District

The City of North Vancouver is opening the taps and adding a new “brewery district” to Lower Lonsdale. Council voted April 15 to rewrite a portion of the city’s zoning bylaw to make it easier for a...

Unlicensed North Van maker of nutritional supplements faces charges

A North Vancouver man, who describes himself as a formulator of nutritional supplements, is facing charges under the Food and Drug Act. Robert Lamberton, who describes himself on his website as a...

North Van AI firm gets $3 million grant

The North Shore may not be known as an agribusiness destination but something here is growing. North Vancouver MP Jonathan Wilkinson announced Thursday that Lower Lonsdale-based Ecoation Innovative...

North Van businesses risk being ‘taxed out’ following 27% assessment spike

The highest is too high and the best isn’t good enough. That’s the message the City of North Vancouver will send to Victoria in a bid to convince the provincial government to review the practise of...