To the editor: -- Re: "Changes coming to Pt. Grey Road," May 3.
There's a new bike gang in town. But don't worry, this one is made up of grade schoolers who want to wheel up and down the city's steep terrain with a group of like-minded riders.
A local bicycle group thinks they can help the District of West Vancouver with the difficult and sometimes controversial problem of how to revitalize the Ambleside area.
A North Vancouver father and daughter are dead after a tragic camping incident in Whistler during the weekend.
You don't need to have a huge backyard or even be an expert gardener to enjoy a green oasis or fresh produce this summer.
Editor: -- Re: Animals in new home as shelter now open, May 8
The 10th annual New Westminster Cultural Crawl is coming up this summer, and the organizing committee is on the lookout for local artists to participate.
How dedicated is Shelley Beer to volunteering? Well, let's just say she was serious enough to make it a part of her wedding day.
A body discovered by two campers on May 5 has been identified as that of missing White Rock man David Klammer by the B.C. Coroners Service.
IT'S business as usual for District of North Vancouver longboarders after a contentious council debate ended with an endorsement of the status quo Monday.
FRESH off the school year, Capilano University student Kilderic Moroy has forgone rest and relaxation, instead he's decided to hop on his bike to cycle across the country in a quest to inspire people to join him in making positive environmental change.
Representatives of the West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce hosted their President's Dinner and Business Excellence Awards April 18 at West Vancouver Yacht Club. Guests mingled and had an opportunity to view films profiling nominees that were created by students at Mulgrave School. A number of awards were announced, ranging from Best Innovator to Citizen of the Year. Info: westvanchamber. com. Scan the above photo with Layar to view the list of winners and watch some of their videos.
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Phu Thai Spa in Ladner is thanking the community for a great first year by hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Delta Hospice Society tomorrow.
Sna7m: Strong Spirit kicked off with an opening ceremony at host venue the Ferry Building Gallery April 30. Organizers of the exhibition and series of events on First Nations art and storytelling are offering a host of related programming at the West Vancouver gallery until May 26. The opening evening, entitled Beginning Our Sacred Work, saw the arrival of canoes, a welcome and blessing ceremony, and bonfire and celebration. The exhibition features works by a number of artists including Xwalacktun and James Harry. Upcoming events include: a carving demonstration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and a Mother's Day drum circle from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 12; We Are All One, a panel discussion, May 15; a carving demonstration May 19; and the closing ceremony May 26. For full schedule and more information, visit ferrybuildinggallery. com. Scan the photo above using Layar to view a video of the opening evening's festivities.
Graeme Peters is quick to admit that School of Rock has done wonders for his career.
For those who fear going to camp, or even camping, there are plenty of camp movies that allow you to watch other people deal with beehives, bears and sleepless nights without actually having to go yourself.
It's been less than a year since Rudy Pospisil returned from his 9,600 km cycling journey and already he's preparing for his next trip - this time heading across the Atlantic to bike his way through Europe.
Coquitlam's A.J. Ewart replicated his game on the two-day Canadian Junior Golf Association's Sagebrush Junior Classic near Merritt to cart off the boys 14 and under title.