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Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect between now and Sept. 30

Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect between now and Sept. 30

From museum exhibits to marches, online webinars to workshops, there are a multitude of ways to participate in the second iteration of Canada's National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Building excitement at CapU: turning long-term visions into new realities

Building excitement at CapU: turning long-term visions into new realities

Big changes are underway at the university’s North Shore campus
Young Indigenous artist to present at UBC's upcoming Environment Festival

Young Indigenous artist to present at UBC's upcoming Environment Festival

Tsleil-Waututh Nation artist Gordie Dick will present a climate-conscious art workshop at the UBC-held event, designed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the UN Environment Programme.
Time Traveller: Capilano University's permanent campus opens in 1973

Time Traveller: Capilano University's permanent campus opens in 1973

This is how the first permanent campus of Capilano Community College, as it was called back then, looked when it opened nearly 50 years ago
North Shore homelessness initiative helps fill gaps in community outreach

North Shore homelessness initiative helps fill gaps in community outreach

The co-ordinated effort between 5 local governments has brought in nearly $3M in funding, which has allowed critical outreach staff to be hired
Fitness fundraiser to bring fresh tech to Lions Gate Hospital

Fitness fundraiser to bring fresh tech to Lions Gate Hospital

Activity in all its forms can help support the Lions Gate Hospital's Technology Transformation campaign, one of a number of fundraising efforts designed to help the North Shore hospital this month.
TikTok-famous bear in North Van put down

TikTok-famous bear in North Van put down

A seemingly entertaining video of a fridge-raiding bear displayed behaviour that led to it being killed by conservation officers
Just 20 metres from the highway, North Van residents plead for sound barriers

Just 20 metres from the highway, North Van residents plead for sound barriers

It’s the one stretch of Highway 1 in North Vancouver with no sound protection from the traffic just metres away.
Seaspan's plans to expand dry dock still don't address biggest concern, say residents

Seaspan's plans to expand dry dock still don't address biggest concern, say residents

Residents who live in condo towers on the Lower Lonsdale waterfront say their desire to have the expansion to the east rather than the west hasn't been addressed by Seaspan
Coho Festival returns to Ambleside Park today

Coho Festival returns to Ambleside Park today

After a two-year hiatus, the North Shore staple is back with swimming races, and a day of opportunities to learn about waterway stewardship