Skip to content

Local News

Day lamps in the spotlight

QUESTION: I notice more vehicles being operated without daytime running lights.

Trimming fat won't come without pain

"(Toronto) City councillors woke up to find themselves doing the same thing as the day before and the day before that: examining a list of proposed cutbacks and then listening to a procession of interest groups explain why those cuts would be a disas

West Vancouver stock promoter accused of insider trading

A West Vancouver stock promoter has been accused of turning a profit through illegal insider trading by the B.C. Securities Commission.
PHOTOS: Ship protesters demand truth from military

PHOTOS: Ship protesters demand truth from military

Celebrate teen's move to independence

If you feel that you are losing control, you probably are

Community bulletin board

Pier Night Market: Enjoy hot food, live music, artisans and entertainment every Friday until Sept. 23, 5-11 p.m. at Shipbuilders Plaza, 138 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver. Info: www.northshoregreenmarkets. com.

Traumatized owner recounts dog's death in court

Hearing will determine fate of attacking canine

Seymour gets on the board

Mount Seymour Little Leaguer Desi Burgart picked a good time to hit the first home run of his life, belting a two-run shot Monday night to help the host team score their first win of the Canadian Little League Championships.

Police uncover grow-op on defunct Evelyn development

Criminals appear to have found a use for the as-yet-undeveloped Evelyn Drive property in West Vancouver: growing marijuana. A West Vancouver police officer caught a whiff of the illegal plants while investigating a nearby traffic collision July 30.

Bear killed after North Vancouver home invasion attempt

A conservation officer shot and killed a black bear after it made its way into a Lynn Valley resident's backyard on July 21 and tried to get into the house.