North Shore News

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...

West Van buys Jimmy Pattison's waterfront home for $5.175M

The District of West Vancouver has purchased one of two remaining privately owned waterfront homes in Ambleside – part of a decades-long plan to buy all of the land between Ambleside Park and John...

The Polygon's new sculptures honour victims of residential schools

A duo of new sculptures honouring those who endured the residential schooling system have been unveiled at The Polygon Gallery. Perched atop the gallery’s east-facing facade and comprising a...

B.C. condo owners worried over end of rental restrictions

Turning all older condos into rentals could have unintended consequences — without boosting affordable housing, say condo owners

B.C. Premier David Eby announces plan to freeze ICBC rates for two years

A rate freeze will help keep car insurance affordable 'at a time when people are facing significant cost pressures,' said Eby

'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

This new West Van bakery specializes in decadent croissants

Croissants have a special place in my family life, a little French flair for my wife and two children, all of whom are fluently bilingual. My French is only comme ci comme ça, but I do speak the...

BC NDP leadership hopeful David Eby launches ambitious housing plan

The plan foresees more supply of market and non-market homes, a slowdown in demovictions and a crackdown on speculators and cheats

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

West Van approves controversial Dundarave Beachside development

Council members had strong words for a misinformation campaign claiming the proposed building was taller than it actually is