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Mexican-style brewery now open on the North Vancouver waterfront

Mexican-style brewery now open on the North Vancouver waterfront

La Cerveceria Astilleros adds a new flavour to North Vancouver's growing Brewery District
Bowen could be doing away with the island-wide pot selling prohibition

Bowen could be doing away with the island-wide pot selling prohibition

The rezoning would allow cannabis retail wherever retail is allowed on Bowen but the provincial need for a licence still gives the municipality the capacity to control where a cannabis store opens
Presentation highlights animal law and why it matters

Presentation highlights animal law and why it matters

Lawyer Victoria Shroff's lecture is presented through North Vancouver City Library and Capilano University Lecture Series.
North Vancouver man sets Guinness record after cycling to 24 European capitals

North Vancouver man sets Guinness record after cycling to 24 European capitals

Jacek Laszkiewicz biked more than 11,000 kilometres during 2018 record-setting trip
Windstorm damages, closes popular bridge in North Vancouver's Capilano River Regional Park

Windstorm damages, closes popular bridge in North Vancouver's Capilano River Regional Park

'There is currently no anticipated reopening date for Cable Pool Bridge since the extent of the damage remains unclear.'
North Van school PAC group advocates for diversity education

North Van school PAC group advocates for diversity education

Partnership with North Shore Restorative Justice Society aims to support diverse communities
Nominees sought for Tim Jones Community Achievement Award

Nominees sought for Tim Jones Community Achievement Award

Annual award goes to sports or outdoor community volunteer
Body of missing dog Clover found in North Vancouver

Body of missing dog Clover found in North Vancouver

Family thanks community for outpouring of support following extensive search effort
North Van presentation highlights importance of community in death care

North Van presentation highlights importance of community in death care

Mere Mortals speaker series examines death and mortality in an approachable manner
TIME TRAVELLER: Lynn Valley's first school served a modest logging community

TIME TRAVELLER: Lynn Valley's first school served a modest logging community

This photo from 1911 shows the first and second Lynn Valley School buildings. The first Lynn Valley School was established on May 20, 1904, a simple one-room wood structure with a modest playground to serve the children of the logging community.