A shorter, more architecturally distinct version of the mid-rise development earmarked for the 1300-block of Marine Drive in West Vancouver took one more baby step towards realization.
In the last chapter our four heroes left Camp Winnatuka in the middle of the night to look for evil seaweed, leaping sea bass, and the biggest jellyfish anyone has ever seen. We're halfway through our story, dear reader. Will Tabitha, Rufus, Fres and Henry find what they're looking for? On to part three.
IF your child has a beat, a riff, a groove, a poem without a melody or a melody without poem locked inside them, they may be able to find the key at West Vancouver songwriting camp.
FOLLOWING Tuesday's provincial election, B.C. is finally slated to get some dependable poles.
An evening of comedy by Amir K. with host Reza Peyk at Centennial Theatre, Sunday, May 26 at 8 p.m. Tickets $45/$35/$25. For more information visit centennialtheatre.com.
THE B.C. Liberals handily defeated the NDP on Tuesday while staving off the numerous polls and surveys that pointed to the party's demise. The election gave the Liberals 50 seats, although Vancouver-Point Grey voters declined Premier Christy Clark a place to sit. The Liberal's edge in the popular vote is virtually unchanged from the previous two elections despite polls that gave the NDP a 19-point lead just months before election day. Are the sample pools too small, the respondents too unreliable, or has call display rendered the modern poll obsolete?
A more modest vision for development at Ambleside's waterfront breezed through first reading at Monday's West Vancouver council meeting.
METRO Vancouver unveiled its new air-sniffing truck last month, a $282,000 nose on wheels dubbed Mobile Air Monitoring Unit, or MAMU.
IT'S business as usual for District of North Vancouver longboarders after a contentious council debate ended with an endorsement of the status quo Monday.
Gareth Edwards’ reboot of the Godzilla franchise, currently shooting in B.C., turned part of Cypress Mountain into San Francisco Bay Area Park, last week during location shooting on the North Shore.
CAPILANO University's board of governors may have to make a stop in B.C. Supreme Court before approving a budget that could affect 220 classes and axe several programs.
The West Coast writer who rose to fame when his patriotic ode to Canada We Are More was featured in the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics has become something unique: the poet as entrepreneur.
DESPITE a referendum on the ballot, only 55 per cent of eligible voters headed to the polls in 2009. Participation in provincial elections has been on a downward slide since 1983, when more than 77 per cent of British Columbians made their mark. With four parties offering different policies on key economic and environmental issues, are you angry, hopeful, or desperate enough to vote this year, or do you have something better to do? Find us on Facebook or Twitter and tell us what you think.
A near-capacity crowd shuffled into Mount Seymour United Church Monday night to watch the four North Vancouver-Seymour MLA hopefuls slug it out over pipelines, film tax credits and funding for education.
WHO would become B.C.'s premier if the election were decided with a different voting system?
A recent fundraising drive to bring injured North Vancouver man Chris Thomas back to England could uproot or possibly even sever his family, according to Chris's wife, Christina.
In the first chapter we met the gang at Camp Winnatuka. The fearless Tabitha swore there were monsters just north of Lake Anatoga. As always, Rufus didn't believe her. Meanwhile Fres stayed quiet, and Henry didn't quite know what to think. Last we heard, Tabitha promised she could find a map that would lead them to the monsters. Now dear reader, on to chapter two.
WET feet make smacking sounds on the pool deck before the diver grabs the two guardrails and makes her climb to the diving board.
"What's in these cookies?" I asked, craning my neck upwards.