Around 92% of TransLink customers wearing masks
TransLink’s new spot check figures show around 92% of customers are wearing masks transit vehicle only a week after the new policy came into effect.
When MomChoir made a plea to Dr.Bonnie Henry
So, I’m not going to lie. I really love Dr Bonnie Henry. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, she has been a
Lower Lynn project is a boon for North Shore drivers
As more cars hit the road this fall while British Columbia continues its COVID-19 phased safe reopening, North Shore drivers will notice the significant progress of the Lower Lynn Interchange Project.
Remembering Lower Lonsdale and the Shipyards District
In advance of the opening of their new Museum location at Lower Lonsdale in 2021, the North Vancouver Museum and Archives (NVMA) is collecting photographs and stories for a future exhibit.
Register your surveillance cameras with us: North Van RCMP
North Vancouver RCMP is asking the community to register surveillance cameras on properties and businesses with the police.
How community helped bring Oakley home
On Aug 10, shortly after 8 am, Oakley came bolting off the Baden Powell trail near his home and sprinted into his backyard, excited and happy to be home at last.
Dollarton Highway and Main Street interchange to be reconfigured
The province has awarded the contract to reconfigure the Dollarton Highway and Main Street interchange.
Highway 1 traffic stop yields $840,565 in cash
A Surrey man is facing criminal charges after a traffic infraction on Highway 1 yielded $840, 565 from his commercial vehicle.
Drive-thru COVID-19 testing site opens in North Vancouver
Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) has opened a new drive-thru assessment center in North Vancouver to provide increased screening and testing for COVID-19.
Spike in COVID-19 cases in North Shore region
There has been a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases in the North Shore health region.
Heavy rainfall warning for North Shore
Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver, particularly near the North Shore mountains.
Man charged for smuggling 90 kg of meth into Canada from US
The Public Prosecution Service of Canada has approved charges against a Surrey man for trying to bring Methamphetamine into Canada from the United States.
Mountain Highway interchange opens on North Shore
The Mountain Highway Interchange on Highway 1 is now open on the North Shore.
Road closure between Capilano Road and Taylor Way planned
Nightly closures for bridge construction will impact traffic on the North Shore.
The Navvy Jack House deserves to be saved
I think the Navvy Jack house should be a National Historic site. It is the oldest building on the North Shore and its history ties it to one of BC's earliest colonial settlers, one who can be respected for his integration with the indigenous community.
DNV to buy three wildfire fighting trucks
The District of North Vancouver has issued a tender notice to purchase three wildland fire fighting trucks for the District of North Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services.
West Van police arrest bike thief at Park Royal
A man is facing criminal charges of possession of stolen property over $5000 after he was found to be in possession of an e-bike that was stolen on July 14th in Whistler, BC.
West Vancouver breaks heat record
West Vancouver was one among several municipalities in BC that broke daily maximum temperature records on Sunday with sweltering hot weather.
Weather alert issued for Metro Vancouver
Environment Canada has issued a special weather advisory for Metro Vancouver.