West Vancouver District Hall

The Municipality of West Vancouver was incorporated on March 15, 1912. Some homes in West Vancouver date back to the 1920s and 30s, though most of the currently existing dwellings were built in the 1970s and 80s and mostly in British Pacific Properties’ and waterfront developments. The District’s municipal Council consists of one mayor and […]

West Vancouver Magazine – May/June 2020

Alex Trebek, of Jeopardy fame, heads up and star-studded list of honourees at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards – plus a salute to our Class of 2020 local graduates. And it’s time to get things started with our review of shop and restaurants who are #OpenForBusiness again. Stay safe!.

West Vancouver B-Line to Stop at Park Royal for Now

West Vancouver’s controversial proposed B-Line express bus service will be stopped at Park Royal – for now. Coun. Peter Lambur’s motion, which was presented last week to an overflowing crowd at municipal hall, has passed with the amendment that future options “west of Park Royal” still be open for discussion. This means that West Van […]

Jim Finkbeiner – Election 2018

The central issues facing West Vancouver remain the same as they were during the last civic election four years ago, only they have become more pronounced. Municipal spending continues to increase at an unsustainable pace. This is particularly worrisome as the provincial government is further encroaching on the principal tax base of municipalities, namely property […]

Marcus Wong – Election 2018

Marcus will bring to Council his extensive background in the strategic leadership of high-profile organizations, board governance, public policy, and community leadership. He sat on the West Vancouver Police Board for 6 years, serving as chair of the Finance and Governance Committees. He worked for the Canadian Olympic Committee and the Embassy of Canada (Washington, […]

Peter Lambur – Election 2018

As a long-time resident of Ambleside, I am committed to protecting and enhancing the character of our neighborhoods and the quality of life we enjoy in our community. In 2016, I campaigned on the platform ‘Neighbourhoods First’ with the idea of providing residents with a voice in issues of local concern. I was successful in […]

Craig Cameron – Election 2018

Over the next four years, we will need strong leadership, with the experience and knowledge to know what is required and the energy and resolve to get it done. I believe I can fill that role and that is why I ask for your support on October 20th so that I can continue to serve […]

11th Annual Taste of the Bay at Horseshoe Bay West Vancouver

Tickets for the 11th Annual Taste of the Bay will be available at Blenz, Troll’s Restaurant and the Gleneagles Community Centre. This is a great event that showcases over 30 businesses in food service, professional and retail venues in beautiful Horseshoe Bay, BC. This event is brought to you by the Horseshoe Bay Business Association, […]

Horseshoe Bay Art Walk 2018

On Sunday June 17th, 2018, from 11am to 4pm, fifteen local artists – 7 painters, 5 ceramic artists, 1 mixed media artist, 1 jeweller & 1 photographer – will display their work at 8 locations in the community of Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver. Enjoy the route on foot (45min) or catch our FREE SHUTTLE BUS […]