Thursday, May 31, 2012

Translink wins, environment loses.

No mention of how 85 buses crossing the Iron Workers everyday affects the environment.

 Read more from North Shore News article...
TRANSLINK has announced its intention to close the 70-year-old bus depot at 536 East Third St. in 2015. Unless another site is found on the North Shore
by then, North Vancouver's buses will be garaged in Burnaby and driven across the Second Narrows each day.

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Two Liberal North Van ridings considered safe


Would an  early election save Liberal seats?


Harbour Cruise with Adrian Dix and Jim Hanson

 
The North-Vancouver Seymour BCNDP Association is holding a fundraising cruise on Sunday, June 16, 6:00 -9:30 PM, 2012.  Adrian Dix and NV-Seymour candidate Jim Hanson will be attending the 3 hour cruise through Burrard Inlet and Indian Arm aboard the M.V. Britannia.  There will be a live and silent auction, the sounds of the local band "August" and a buffet dinner. Tickets are $150

Call 604.880.5936 or e.mail ruthhanson@shaw.ca

http://www.jimhanson.bcndp.ca/


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Politics and Pints rescheduled

Now that the by-elections are out of the way it's the home stretch to next years General Provincial  Election.

Politics and Pints with John Cummins


Where: Mosquito Creek Bar and Grill, 2601 Westview Drive, North Vancouver


When: 7:00pm, Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

James Mitchell
BC Conservative Party
Director of Political Operations
Phone: 604-355-8152
Email: james.mitchell@bcconservative.ca

Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Gobsmacked by CNV Clr. Linda Buchanan

It's hard to comprehend that a councillor - however new at the job - would actually say she wants her municipality to do a "very good job of getting out the people that we want to see" at the townhall meeting approved by council Monday.
Read more....

Thursday, May 03, 2012

 VANCOUVER BECOMES #41, VOTING TO SUPPORT A MOTION TO ALLOW OPTING OUT  OF SMART METERS! 


North Vancouver District is absent from the opt out list. Are they afraid to rock the boat with their Liberal counterparts?

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

It has been exactly one year since the Conservatives won their majority government. How are they doing, election Robocalls, F-35 controversy, and all? How is North Vancouver's own Andrew Saxton doing?