Video: A 60s road trip from Horseshoe Bay to Squamish
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is inviting people on a trip down the memory lane on Highway 99, from Horseshoe Bay to Squamish.
Grouse Mountain opens ski season with limited terrain
Grouse Mountain has announced that it will be open for the winter season with limited terrain on Friday, November 20.
DNV moves on affordable rental housing in Delbrook
The District of North Vancouver and Hollyburn Family Services Society have announced an agreement to partner on a project to create affordable rental housing on the site of the Delbrook lands at 600 West Queens Road in North Vancouver.
West Van cop helps North Van RCMP nab thieves
West Van police officer Cst. Kevin Goodmurphy was walking his family dog, Abbey, around 5 am on Wednesday morning in North Van when he spotted something out of place near his home.
COVID-19 gargle test now available to adults in North Vancouver
Vancouver Coastal Health has made a new saline gargle tests available for COVID-19 in North Vancouver.
169 condos and townhomes proposed in Moodyville; heritage homes to be removed
City of North Vancouver council voted to approve a 169-unit condo and townhome project in Moodyville.
North Van cops take drunk driver off the road
A drunk driver was issued an immediate roadside prohibition for failing a breath test in North Vancouver.
West Vancouver heritage home moved to Malcolm Island (photos)
Last month, a Finnish family gave a new life to a 95-year-old Dundarave heritage home by transporting it to Malcolm Island.
Park Royal cancels Light Up the Village event
Park Royal says won’t be hosting the popular Light Up the Village this November because of COVID-19.
West Van to improve Ambleside streetscapes
District of West Vancouver is making improvements to the commercial area of Ambleside as part of its Ambleside Town Centre
New Mountain Highway on-ramp to open tomorrow
The new eastbound Mountain Highway on-ramp on Highway 1 will open to the public tomorrow, Wednesday, November 18.
Remembering Deb Bramley
Some people come into this world and make a difference. Deb Bramley was one such person. Gone in body, Deb
Cannabis store proposed in heritage building on Lower Lonsdale
City of North Vancouver council will consider rezoning for a recreational cannabis store at a heritage building in Lower Lonsdale.
COVID-19 alert for Real Canadian Superstore in North Van
Loblaws has issued a new notification about an employee testing positive for COVID-19 at the Real Canadian Superstore in North Vancouver.
Vaccine 94.5 % effective against COVID-19: Moderna
An American pharmaceutical company announced today its vaccine was 94.5%. effective against COVID-19.
Strong winds in forecast for North Shore
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for North Shore.
Lions Gate Bridge lane closed for sweeping; expect delays
The north-bound lane on the Lions Gate Bridge is blocked for sweeping, according to an update by Drive BC.
Full closure of Marine Drive in CNV on Sunday
Marine Drive will be fully closed to vehicles tomorrow between Fell Avenue and Bewicke Avenue, according to an update by the
Notice about TV series to be filmed in Lynn Canyon Park
A North Shore production company will be filming scenes for the TV series Nancy Drew in Lynn Canyon Park tomorrow at night.
412 residential units proposed near Lynn Creek
District of North Vancouver staff is seeking council direction on a rezoning application by Seylynn North Shore Development to redevelop 24 existing lots for a mixed-use development with up to 412 residential units.