North Shore News

West Van designer follows father’s fashionable footsteps

A West Vancouver fashion designer is following in her father’s sartorial footsteps. Emmanuelle de Raucourt’s ultimate goal is to become a women’s shoe designer. On the heels of her graduation from...

Metro to explore hydro plants at North Vancouver dams

Cleveland Dam on Capilano Reservoir could generate power for 6,000 homes, North Vancouver mayor says

‘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...

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...

Jagerhof Restaurant's warm hospitality second to none

German sense of wonder plays with time at Sunday Brunch at this North Vancouver restaurant

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...

Squamish Nation member's food truck a first of its kind

Chef wants to share bannock and Indigenous cuisine with everyone

BC Ferries looking for input on future of Horseshoe Bay terminal

BC Ferries is looking for customer and community input on the future of its Horseshoe Bay terminal. The current Horseshoe Bay terminal is at capacity and some of its infrastructure will soon need to...