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PHOTOS: Belcarra Regional Park now called təmtəmíxʷtən after historical signing ceremony

PHOTOS: Belcarra Regional Park now called təmtəmíxʷtən after historical signing ceremony

New name for popular regional park acknowledges the long history of the Tsleil-Waututh. who used to have a winter camp in the area
West Vancouver district to look into banning gas-powered leaf blowers

West Vancouver district to look into banning gas-powered leaf blowers

The noisy machines could soon be a thing of the past in the district 🍂
Time Traveller: Trailblazing Mayor Carrie Cates helped shape the City of North Vancouver

Time Traveller: Trailblazing Mayor Carrie Cates helped shape the City of North Vancouver

Cates defeated three male candidates to become the City of North Vancouver's first female mayor
Grouse Grind  closed weekdays for the next five weeks

Grouse Grind closed weekdays for the next five weeks

Trail upgrades coming in October, although hikers can still Grind on the weekend
Vancouver cold case files: Sweet Sixteen - the Rhona Duncan murder

Vancouver cold case files: Sweet Sixteen - the Rhona Duncan murder

The teen's killing - one of 17 unsolved murders in North Vancouver - remains a stain on this tight-knit community
Touching '215' shoe memorial on Lynn Valley fence continues to grow

Touching '215' shoe memorial on Lynn Valley fence continues to grow

'I just really thought it was important to honour all the families and for them to know that we're not going to forget about this' 🧡
North Shore libraries offer space for reflection on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

North Shore libraries offer space for reflection on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Community members are encouraged to visit their local library to learn and reflect on the history of residential schools in Canada 📙
North Van’s most massive pumpkin ready for weigh-in

North Van’s most massive pumpkin ready for weigh-in

Oh my gourd, Becky. Look at his pumpkin 🎃
Time Traveller: The coming of electricity prompts the two North Vancouvers to split

Time Traveller: The coming of electricity prompts the two North Vancouvers to split

Electric power brought prosperity to the Lower Lonsdale area
This North Vancouver Grade 5 student advocated for a new crosswalk and got it

This North Vancouver Grade 5 student advocated for a new crosswalk and got it

Lila Ryce just wanted to make walking to school safer for her siblings and the community