North Shore News

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

Port approves Seaspan drydock expansion on North Van waterfront

Residents of neighbouring condo towers are disappointed in the decision to expand the drydock facilities to the west

Port of Vancouver grain exports double in first half of 2023

Shipments of North Shore terminal commodities potash and metalurgical coal also stable

West Vancouver's Blue Bus union files labour relations complaint

An arbitrated settlement reached in January hasn't been translated into a written agreement, the union says

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

Seaspan launches world's first electric tugboat

It produces about 7,000 horsepower without a whiff of carbon emissions

North Van approves B.C.'s largest hydrogen plant

At issue for council was whether such a facility would be safe

Frustrated Capilano University students petition to end strike

About 4,300 students have had classes at CapU cancelled during the summer semester