Walking the Capilano Flume
In the early 1900s, there were several log flumes around North Vancouver. These were long wooden chutes filled with running water.
DNV seeks input on seating area expansion in Deep Cove
District of North Vancouver is inviting input on a plan to expand pedestrian area and seating on Gallant Avenue in
West Van plans to restrict parking at popular beach
District of West Vancouver may implement parking restrictions at a popular beach in West Vancouver.
North Van RCMP warns about ‘wave’ of CRA phone scams
North Vancouver RCMP receives complaints about scam calls in waves, sometimes dozens in just one day.
Free bus shuttle service for Lynn Canyon park
Metro Vancouver has announced a new shuttle bus for those who want to visit the regional parks in the Lynn Valley.
Grizzly bear sighting prompts warning in Whistler
The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is issuing a warning about a Grizzly Bear that was seen near a popular lake in Whistler.
TransLink will require customers to wear face masks
Beginning Monday, August 24, TransLink will require customers to wear non-medical masks or face coverings while on board transit vehicles.
ICBC reveals most dangerous intersections in North Vancouver
Ironworkers Memorial Bridge remains the most dangerous intersection in North Vancouver, according to the latest data published by ICBC.
BC to allow cannabis sale online for local stores
The Province has amended regulations to allow private cannabis retail store licensees to sell non-medical cannabis products online.
Spike in scam calls in North Van prompts warning
The calls seem to appear as though they are coming from the North Vancouver detachment. North Van RCMP had issued another warning few weeks ago about these spoof calls.
Grand opening of new coffee shop in Seymour next week
United Strangers, a new coffee shop in Seymour, are inviting the community to attend their grand opening party.
Another blow to democracy: An open letter to WV Mayor and Council
Below is an open letter council-watcher Melinda Slater has written to the Mayor and Council of West Vancouver regarding July 16
Bear advisory issued for Grouse Mountain trail
Metro Vancouver has issued an advisory about bear sighting on BCMC Route on the Grouse Grind Trail.
Blueridge Community Association delivers 140 gift bags to firefighters
Blueridge Community Association members have once again rallied to say a heart-felt thank you to those who keep the community safe.
CNV launches micro-wedding pilot project
City of North Vancouver has launched a micro-wedding pilot project to help couples tie the knot.
Aggressive bear shuts down Lynn Headwater Regional Park
An aggressive bear seen at the Lynn Headwater Regional Park has prompted the closure of the park.
Over 100 new child care spaces created in North Van
More than 100 new licensed child care spaces have been created in North Vancouver. Government of BC’s new spaces fun
Delbrook, Harry Jerome, and Parkgate fitness centres reopen next week
North Vancouver Recreation Commission will partially re-open three fitness centres in North Vancouver from August 5.
Karin Kirkpatrick liberal candidate for West Van-Capilano
BC Liberals have announced Karin Kirkpatrick as the next BC Liberal candidate for West Vancouver-Capilano.
“We are speechless with all the community support”
We will continue to do so, and this will enable us, MomBop, to tour our local communities and to showcase our performance in conjuction with teaching our choreographed moves to our fans.