North Shore News

Three shipbuilders on shortlist to build hybrid ferry

Companies seek contract for construction of Kootenay Lake vessel

Tsleil-Waututh Nation aims to fight Trans Mountain in Supreme Court

North Vancouver’s Tsleil-Waututh Nation is hoping to take their legal battle against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to the Supreme Court of Canada. The nation announced Tuesday that they...

Squamish Nation aims to build 1,000 units of housing

The Squamish Nation is on its way to bringing home perhaps 1,000 of its members who have been unable to live on their North Shore and Squamish Valley reserve lands. The nation’s council has formed a...

'Iconic' redevelopment planned for West Vancouver’s famous Pink Palace apartments

1960s buildings "nearing the end of their lives" and seismic concerns mean demolition is inevitable, plus more rental units are badly needed

British Properties project plan grows by 456 units

A long-approved but largely dormant development plan off Cypress Bowl Road is back before council, albeit with some major tweaks. In 2008 – four council terms ago – the District of West Vancouver...

Squamish Nation petitions court on vacant land lease

First Nation says Ottawa should pay $29.4 million annually for PEC land in West Vancouver

West Van homeowner forced to sell, conspiracy claims dismissed

A man who alleged there was a real estate conspiracy to obtain his West Vancouver home for $5 million had his claim dismissed in B.C. Supreme Court recently. After first agreeing to sell his...

Owner of illegal North Vancouver townhouse hostel ordered to pay back strata

A woman who ran an illegal hostel out of her Central Lonsdale townhouse has been ordered to pay the hefty legal bills her strata rang up trying to shut her down. The B.C. Supreme Court has ordered...

North Shore terminals humming through trade fracas

Exports through the North Shore’s export terminals continue to hum despite some commodities being whipsawed in global trade disputes. Mid-year stats released by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority...

North Van chiropractor challenges suspension

A North Vancouver chiropractor who has been ordered to stop practicing while the College of Chiropractors investigates complaints about the type of services he was advertising has filed a lawsuit...