Friday, March 30, 2012

Politics and Pints April 4th meeting with John Cummins. . .

Just to be sure this cancellation is not missed, this is the message I received regarding the Poltics and Pints earlier post.

Dear Friend,

Due to the By-Elections in Port Moody-Coquitlam and Chilliwack-Hope we have decided to postpone the April 4th North Vancouver Pub Night until after April 19th. I will be sure to provide you with the new date once the event has been rescheduled.

Thank You
James Mitchell
BC Conservative Party
Director of Political Operations

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Mayor looks to bill drivers for transit

Plan would put levy on cars or tax gas to help fund regional system

 Read more: Vehicle Levy

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Advanced Education Minister Naomi Yamamoto also has a lot of explaining to do

Read more:

Harry Bloy resignation

Politics and Pints with John Cummins

Dear Friend,

I am writing to you today to invite you to a very special event featuring John Cummins, Leader of British Columbia's Conservatives. This "Pub Night" style event will give members and non-members alike a chance to get to know John and his team on the North Shore. This is terrific opportunity to come meet the leader of your party.

Politics and Pints with John Cummins
Where: Mosquito Creek Bar and Grill, 2601 Westview Drive, North Vancouver
When: 7:00pm, Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

You do not have to be a member of the BC Conservatives to attend this event. Please feel free to share this invite and to bring along anyone who is interested in a common sense alternative for British Columbia.


James Mitchell
BC Conservative Party
Director of Political Operations
Phone: 604-355-8152

Saturday, March 17, 2012

New service available at

You can sign up to have the agendas and meeting times, etc. automatically sent to you at

Is this in response to criticism that District Hall has lacked transparency?

Cool Drinks - Tanker Traffic in Vancouver Harbour

This came off the North Vancouver Recreation Website:

Tuesday, March 20 7:00 - 9:00pm $10 includes appetizers

Oil tanker traffic from Westridge terminal in Burnaby has increased over 300 percent since 2005 and they navigate some of the busiest waters in BC. Now Kinder Morgan has confirmed its plans to expand the pipeline capacity subject to regulatory approval and in the event of a spill, millions of people and hundreds of rare species would be adversely affected. Come listen to our panel, ask questions and get informed.
Cheers Restaurant 125 East 2nd Street Visit the website for more information

Saturday, March 03, 2012

District of North Vancouver DRAFT Transporta​tion Plan ... your chance to provide input


The DNV has a draft transportation plan now available for public review and they asking for feedback on it.

DNV Tranportation Plan

The idea is to accept feedback from the public until the end of March and then revise / finalize it. Once finalized the plan will guide transportation (car, bus, bike, walking) in our district and neighborhood for many years to come.   Any concerns or feedback on it should be raised now.