Pink Shirt Day 2017

Today we encourage everyone to practice kindness, and wear a CKNW Orphans’ Fund Official Pink Shirt, button, or pin to symbolize that you do not tolerate bullpink-boysying. While we wish we could take credit for this idea, Pink Shirt Day has its roots in Nova Scotia, started by two incredible high school students. Here is […]

Holiday Artisan Festival and Youth Market at Gleneagles Centre West Vancouver

Join us for our annual holiday artisan festival featuring over 30 vendors, live entertainment and a charitable fundraiser. Shop for unique holiday gifts for everyone on your list. Free admission for shoppers. For more information please visit https://westvancouver.ca/parks-recreation/community-centres/gleneagles-community-centre

2016 Municipal By-Election West Vancouver

Results: The following candidates are running in the By-Election for one Office of Councillor: AYRISS, David BAMANI, Farzaneh BAXTER, Joanna DODD, Tom HADDAD, Tara JAFARI, Rosa JOHNSON, Jon JONES, David A. KRAWCZYK, Andy LAMBUR, Peter PAHL, Vernon REYNOLDS, Carolanne Community organizations give you a chance to meet the candidates and ask them questions by organizing […]

Carol Ships Parade of Lights North Shore 2016

Carol Ships ‘Parade of Lights’ Society began over 50 years ago with one boat decorated with Christmas lights in Coal Harbour off the Bayshore Inn (now the Westin Bayshore Resort & Marina). On peak evenings, this holiday tradition has grown to more than 50 decorated boats, with in excess of 100,000 lights, and carries over […]

West Vancouver Bus Strike

UPDATE – A short one-day strike by West Vancouver bus drivers has apparently ended – this according to the latest press release from the District of West Vancouver tonight at 8:36pm. The deal, as outlined below, must still be ratified in a vote on Thursday but all regularly scheduled service is expected to return to […]

Remembrance Day Ceremony on the North Shore

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WEST VANCOUVER West Vancouver Service 10:30am Remembrance Day service on Marine Drive in West Vancouver from 10am-11:30am. The Royal Canadian Legion – West Vancouver Branch #60 holds the sacred trust of ensuring the tradition of Remembrance is observed by Canadians every year at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month. This […]

Making a Dent in Hunger Food Drive

Craftsman Collision and Save-On-Foods are teaming up with The Salvation Army to ensure that no families go hungry this fall, by hosting a day long food drive. Craftsman Collision is pledging to match every item donated, which means that for every can donated by a participating customer, two cans of soup will make it onto […]

Lions Gate Bridge Closures – Aug 2016 Weekend

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    It’s going to get crowded this weekend, yet again. Traffic delays on the  NorthVancouver and WestVancouver side could be long due to paving work taking place on the Lions Gate Bridge. Getting back and forth from downtown Vancouver could be tricky. Weather permitting, the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure has scheduled repaving […]

Fowlie & Friends Variety Show – Episode 2 “FOOLS” April 22nd

Do you remember the comedy of the Carol Burnett show? We do. And to be perfectly honest, the comedy contained in this brand new Variety show isn’t like that. But it IS like the comedy of Clive Scarff combined with the best musical talent of North and West Vancouver with Karen Fowlie as the host. […]

Fowlie & Friends Variety Show – Episode 2 “FOOLS” April 15th

EPISODE 2- “FOOLS” Do you remember the comedy of the Carol Burnett show? We do. And to be perfectly honest, the comedy contained in this brand new Variety show isn’t like that. But it IS like the comedy of Clive Scarff combined with the best musical talent of North and West Vancouver with Karen Fowlie […]