It is shocking that city councillor Rod Clark could use a racist slur in public and call it common practice in this day and age! Just withdrawing his comment is not enough - he should publicly apologize in this paper and take a sensitivity training class. He represents so many minorities in this diverse city - who is next?
CITY of North Vancouver councillor Rod Clark has publicly apologized for using a racial slur during a council debate on Monday night.
City of North Vancouver councillor Rod Clark has publicly apologized for using a racial slur during a council debate on Monday night.
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.
HELL, I work hard. Have two jobs. Attend university. Pretend to be a landlord. So I'm taking the day off - just lazily writing about myself.
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.
RESIDENTS in Moodyville are feeling jolted by the late-in-coming revelation that BC Hydro and Port Metro Vancouver are planning to turn their neighbourhood into a corridor for high-voltage transmission lines.
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.
AFTER months of untangling red tape, the Cargill grain terminal will soon start work on a project to reduce noise for its neighbours on the North Vancouver waterfront.
CITY of North Vancouver council members are tweaking the way their annual pay increases are calculated.
LOT 5 in Shipbuilders' Square will be home to beach volleyball players digging, setting and possibly delivering epic match point spikes for the next few summers.
"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."
A second public hearing for the controversial Onni development at the Lonsdale Safeway site is still on the books for the new year, though it appears it won't happen until February.
With it comes our annual hope of joy, redemption and promise for the future. It's a good tradition, a time for offering and exchanging gifts. Casting an eye over the political landscape, who's been naughty this past year?
CITY of North Vancouver council is forging ahead with an ambitious public process for the massive Harbourside waterfront redevelopment.
FINGERS are pointing and accusations are flying in the wake of the apparent death of developer Onni Group's Safeway site project, but it may be too soon to conduct an autopsy.
The RCMP is warning the public about aggressive charity canvassers after receiving several complaints from North Vancouver residents over the past few weeks.“