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West Vancouver approves new demoviction protections for renters

West Vancouver approves new demoviction protections for renters

The rules also require developers to show how additional density on rental properties will contribute to the district’s housing needs
Effort continues to save peculiar home of Arthur Erickson

Effort continues to save peculiar home of Arthur Erickson

Centennial celebrations carry on for the esteemed architect, with a panel discussion at North Vancouver’s Polygon Gallery on Wednesday.
B.C. Housing Minister Ravi Kahlon blasts West Vancouver for missing targets

B.C. Housing Minister Ravi Kahlon blasts West Vancouver for missing targets

‘Please don’t portray us as a group of people who are opposed to housing,’ Mayor Mark Sager says in response to recent criticism from the provincial government
Sailings between Departure Bay, Horseshoe Bay delayed due to fatal car crash

Sailings between Departure Bay, Horseshoe Bay delayed due to fatal car crash

The incident closed vehicle traffic, delaying B.C. Ferries staff on their way to work at the West Vancouver terminal. Sailings to Nanaimo and Bowen Island have been affected.
Photos: Eye-catching Ron Thom heritage home lists for $3.4M in West Vancouver

Photos: Eye-catching Ron Thom heritage home lists for $3.4M in West Vancouver

It’s the first time the Anderson House has been on the market since it was built in 1956
Watch: Deer spotted strolling down city streets in North Vancouver

Watch: Deer spotted strolling down city streets in North Vancouver

Was it trying to buy wine for a stag party? Residents were surprised to see a deer wandering around Central Lonsdale in North Van.
Look at this luxury renovated Arthur Erickson home selling for $6.7M in West Vancouver

Look at this luxury renovated Arthur Erickson home selling for $6.7M in West Vancouver

The property is part of Montiverdi Estates, a 20-residence community designed by Erickson and landscape architect Cornelia Oberlander
New protections for southern resident killer whale ‘inadequate,’ scientist says

New protections for southern resident killer whale ‘inadequate,’ scientist says

The launch of the Trans Mountain Pipeline will increase vessel traffic and make matters worse for the endangered species, researchers warn
Study reveals potential replacement options for Ironworkers Bridge

Study reveals potential replacement options for Ironworkers Bridge

A new bridge that includes SkyTrain or light rail could improve access to 175,000 jobs and remove 50,000 vehicles from the roads per day, experts say
Photos: Home of National Capital Commission architect sells immediately in North Vancouver

Photos: Home of National Capital Commission architect sells immediately in North Vancouver

The late Arthur James Capling was behind an effort to restore heritage buildings on Sussex Drive and ByWard Market in Ottawa