Dollarton cannabis store rezoning before council today
District of North Vancouver council will decide on giving rezoning approval for Muse, a cannabis store proposed in Dollarton Village.
Blueridge Community Association gives 200 gift bags to local RCMP
The Blueridge Community Association donated 200 gift bags to officers and staff at the North Vancouver RCMP detachment, only weeks after delivering 450 such gift packages to the front-line workers at the Lions Gate Hospital.
Seaspan teams up with Heddle on polar icebreaker bid
Under the terms of their agreement, if Seaspan Shipyards is awarded the Polar Icebreaker, Heddle will fabricate ship modules at its three Ontario shipyards.
Theft of catalytic converters prompt warning from North Van RCMP
North Vancouver RCMP are issuing a warning about an increase in catalytic converter thefts in recent weeks, and a request to the community to watch out for suspicious activity.
Three arrested in 24 hours for thefts in North Vancouver
Three people have been arrested by North Vancouver RCMP for theft, possession of drugs, and possession of a dangerous weapon.
Queensbury frog finds a new home in Moodyville
A frog most familiar to North Vancouver students has resurfaced in Moodyville Park.
Bear-in-area signs posted on Capilano River Trail
West Vancouver park board has installed bear aware signs on the Capilano River trail in the Capilano Regional Park after reports of a bear and cubs on the trail.
BC Ferries increases service on Vancouver–Sunshine Coast route
BC Ferries is increasing service on the Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay)–Sunshine Coast (Langdale) route from today to better match capacity with
Gratitude in the face of despair on North Shore
Yes, the North Shore was home to Canada's first deaths, and perhaps because of this stress, thousands of acts of generosity and kindness emerged.
Ambleside Par 3 golf course opens tomorrow
The District of West Vancouver will re-open Ambleside Par 3 golf course on Friday, June 5 with revised operating protocols.
Very little evidence of community transmission in region: VCH
There is very little evidence of COVID-19 community transmissions in the Vancouver Coastal Health region including in North Vancouver.
Stop poisoning owls on the North Shore
In these past four weeks I have become an activist for an issue that I had never been aware of
North Van RCMP warn after pet dog left in hot car
North Vancouver RCMP is warning people to be cautious of not leaving pets in their vehicles.
MLA Thornthwaite concerned about spike in overdose deaths
BC Liberal Mental Health and Addictions Critic Jane Thornthwaite is expressing deep concern about the rising number of overdose deaths
UPDATE: Missing North Vancouver teen located safe
North Shore Rescue and North Vancouver RCMP are asking the public’s help in locating 15 year old Sean Hinze.
Speeding cars impounded by North Van RCMP
North Vancouver RCMP impounded two cars and ticketed drivers for speeding on local roads.
North Van Museum invites people to share COVID-19 stories
The North Vancouver Museum & Archives invites the north shore community to be a part of history in the making.
North Shore playgrounds open on June 1
Playgrounds across the North Shore will reopen on Monday, June 1.
Provincial parks open next week in North Shore
Cypress and Mount Seymour provincial parks on North Shore will open on June 1.