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Plea to protect huge tree at North Vancouver development falls on deaf ears

Plea to protect huge tree at North Vancouver development falls on deaf ears

With mature trees being lost at an alarming rate, local advocate Alex Jamieson is lobbying for their preservation to be considered in all future development projects
Now is the time for North Vancouver seniors to consider retirement community living

Now is the time for North Vancouver seniors to consider retirement community living

At retirement residences such as Chartwell Churchill House, seniors can enjoy an engaging and convenient lifestyle that enables them to take advantage of all of the joys of living without the worries
7 independent schools in B.C. that nurture brilliance and pave the way for academic and personal growth

7 independent schools in B.C. that nurture brilliance and pave the way for academic and personal growth

Here in Metro Vancouver and on Vancouver Island, these 7 schools are at the forefront of independent education, preparing our future leaders
Discover the rich, blended tapestry of North Vancouver's diverse history

Discover the rich, blended tapestry of North Vancouver's diverse history

MONOVA fosters a deeper connection with the heritage of its community, inviting residents and visitors alike to explore the rich history that defines North Vancouver
Time Traveller: Check out the 'bathing dresses' women wore while swimming

Time Traveller: Check out the 'bathing dresses' women wore while swimming

How would you like to go for a swim in a wool outfit that covers the arms and legs and gets heavy when wet?
North Vancouver Home Show makes an exciting return in March

North Vancouver Home Show makes an exciting return in March

The ultimate home improvement hub offers innovation and exclusive deals after a four-year hiatus for homeowners on the North Shore
Unsung heroes: The life-saving impact of a crisis centre volunteer

Unsung heroes: The life-saving impact of a crisis centre volunteer

The Crisis Centre of BC is dedicated to providing help and hope to individuals, organizations, and communities
Church gives new life to shuttered West Vancouver knitting shop

Church gives new life to shuttered West Vancouver knitting shop

There's some welcome news in the saga of the Knit & Stitch Shoppe, the beloved meeting place that was forced to close after 50+ years in business
New EV charging stations coming to North Vancouver

New EV charging stations coming to North Vancouver

High demand for plugs on the North Shore has caused traffic jams at some stations
Time Traveller: Aunt Rose, and the proprietors of Lynn Valley General Store

Time Traveller: Aunt Rose, and the proprietors of Lynn Valley General Store

Rose Esdaile kept house for her nephews George and Jack Barker, who ran a general store and delivery service in North Vancouver in the early 1900s