THE latest frustrated attempt by the City of North Vancouver to deal with Port Metro Vancouver descended to a racist slur at council Monday night.
"If the city wants to go down the road of saying 'Let's start evicting people,' I think we're going to have a revolution on our hands - and well so."
DUPLEX owners in the City of North Vancouver will soon be allowed to build secondary suites, turning every duplex into a potential four-plex.
THE long and, at times, rough public process for the Onni Safeway site development has come to a definitive end.
THREE fundamental principles underpin most legal contracts: the laws of disclosure, informed consent and the requirement for all signatories to comply with the conditions stipulated in the agreement.
CITY of North Vancouver council is hoping it can persuade Port Metro Vancouver to do right by Moodyville residents and find a new route for its high-voltage transmission lines on the eve of a fateful decision by the port.
CITY of North Vancouver council has given approval to Onni Group's request for a massive redevelopment of the Safeway site at Lonsdale Avenue and 13th Street.
THOSE hoping for a definitive vote on Onni's Safeway site proposal will have to wait one day more.
ONNI will face the public one more time on its proposal for a massive redevelopment of the Safeway site at Lonsdale and 13th Monday, bringing back a revised design meant to win over some of the project's critics.
CITY of North Vancouver residential and business taxpayers can expect a roughly three-per cent hike in property tax rates for 2013.
CITY of North Vancouver council members are tweaking the way their annual pay increases are calculated.
CITY of North Vancouver council approved the rezoning and renovation of an industrial building at 246 East First St. Monday night, but it was the unique parking challenges - and solutions - that dominated most of the discussion.
CITY of North Vancouver council will continue to lobby Port Metro Vancouver and Richardson International to find a more "neighbourly" solution for a proposed expansion of a grain terminal on the waterfront.
CITY of North Vancouver residents who want to have a say in development projects will find a new set of rules in place on public hearings.
THE City of North Vancouver is hiring an outside consultant to put one of its most critical pieces of development policy under the microscope.
IT was a fine luncheon until someone had to go and utter the "A-word."
City of North Vancouver council listened to a vocal public hearing Monday night for a rezoning application for 19522012 Larson Rd., with roughly an equal number of supporters and detractors.
THE City of North Vancouver is inching forward with plans for a new Harry Jerome Recreation Centre but just what it will look like and how it will be paid for aren't clear.
"In situations where a conflict exists, or there is a perception of a conflict, it is not sufficient to merely live up to one's obligations; it is necessary to do so in a timely, open, forthright, constructive and accountable manner."