Departure Bay-Horseshoe Bay route resumes next week
BC Ferries is planning to resume ferry service on the Nanaimo (Departure Bay) – Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay) route on June 3.
Body found in water under Lions Gate Bridge
West Vancouver police is assisting the BC Coroner's Service after a body was found in the water under the Lions Gate Bridge yesterday evening.
Exit 22 will be permanently closed next week
Drivers on the North Shore are advised that Exit 22, the Fern Street eastbound off-ramp, will be permanently closed effective Sunday, May 31, 2020.
North Vancouver city library eliminates all overdue fines
The North Vancouver City Library will eliminate fines for overdue materials effective immediately, one of the first in Lower Mainland to adopt the practice of removing overdue fines.
Baby swans to be removed from Ambleside Pool
The District of West Vancouver says it has spotted eight cygnets (baby swans) in the Ambleside Pool, but only one pair can remain in the pond.
Rental apartment building proposed in Maplewood
District of North Vancouver will be considering a rezoning application for a six-storey rental apartment building in the Maplwood neighborhood.
Cypress and Mount Seymour provincial parks will remain closed
Two popular provincial parks on North Shore will remain closed to the public while several provincial parks open throughout the province for day-use only.
Man who scammed North Shore seniors gets 5.5 years in prison
A man who scammed seniors in North Vancouver, West Vancouver as well as other Metro Vancouver municipalities was sentenced to 5.5 years in jail.
West Van to conduct virtual public hearings
After two months of suspending all public consultation, District of West Vancouver Council is preparing to hold public hearings once again, but electronically.
Please don’t bring firearms to North Vancouver RCMP
The Government of Canada’s new prohibition on certain firearms and devices has prompted the North Vancouver RCMP to issue a public request:
West Van police seek witnesses to assault in Ambleside Park
West Vancouver Police Department investigators are appealing to the public for information about a Saturday evening assault with a weapon at Ambleside Park that left a 17-year-old male youth in hospital with serious, life-altering, injuries.
North Van RCMP warn of growing mail theft
North Vancouver RCMP is urging caution after an increase in mail thefts since the beginning of the year.
111-year-old home in North Vancouver is up for sale
A 101-year-old heritage home on Central Lonsdale in North Vancouver is up for sale. The Knowles Residence, at 328 West
Blueridge community delivers 450 goodie bags to health care workers
As many as 150 bags were delivered to the Lions Gate Hospital ER department and 300 bags went to the Berkley Care Centre.
TransLink resuming fare collection on June 1
TransLink is resuming front-door boarding and fare collection on all buses starting June 1.
Let’s learn to live with bears on North Shore
For most organizations, an empty spreadsheet is not a good sign. For the North Shore Black Bear Society – and
Special weather statement for North Shore
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Metro Vancouver, including for the communities of North Vancouver and West Vancouver.
Stop what you’re doing right now, go out to your car: North Van RCMP
North Van RCMP want you to stop what you’re doing right now, go out to your car, remove the spare
CNV removes parking near grocery stores on Lonsdale Avenue
City of North Vancouver said it is removing parking at key locations in Central Lonsdale to allow more room for
London Drugs stores on North Shore to offer shelf space to local businesses
London Drugs stores in North Vancouver and West Vancouver will offer shelf space to local small businesses who have had to close their doors due to COVID-19.