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Hunt for sunken gold resurfaces story of a North Vancouver founding father's death

Hunt for sunken gold resurfaces story of a North Vancouver founding father's death

Sewell Prescott Moody, a monumental figure in the North Shore’s economic development as the owner of the Moodyville Mill, died in the sinking of the Pacific in 1875
Walk with Habitat for Humanity this February to support affordable housing

Walk with Habitat for Humanity this February to support affordable housing

The organization has a new home planned in North Vancouver as part of the Baden Park project on Mount Seymour Parkway
North Van couple's hefty donation brings new tech to Lions Gate Hospital

North Van couple's hefty donation brings new tech to Lions Gate Hospital

The AI driven technology will help detect early signs of colon cancer
West Vancouver Home Depot raises more than $9K for youth charity

West Vancouver Home Depot raises more than $9K for youth charity

The funds were raised through The Home Depot Canada Foundation’s Orange Door Project
What's this ominous-looking cave in North Vancouver?

What's this ominous-looking cave in North Vancouver?

While it bears the appearance of a Bond villain’s lair, the tunnel has a more practical purpose
North Van District puts a pause on proposed sports facilities fee hike

North Van District puts a pause on proposed sports facilities fee hike

District council sends fee hike proposal back to staff after outcry from user groups
Pay parking soon to come into effect at Lynn Canyon Park

Pay parking soon to come into effect at Lynn Canyon Park

The success of a pay parking pilot has instigated a full rollout at Lynn Canyon, with implementation at Deep Cove parks to follow
3 hour commute: Parents in West Van call for return of UBC Express bus service

3 hour commute: Parents in West Van call for return of UBC Express bus service

Students are facing three hour commute times following the loss of the 258 express service
Time Traveller: This ferry built on False Creek served the North Shore for decades

Time Traveller: This ferry built on False Creek served the North Shore for decades

North Vancouver Ferry No. 2 was known as 'Old Faithful' until a fire gutted it in 1939
Watch: Unexpected wildlife captured in Seymour and Coquitlam watersheds

Watch: Unexpected wildlife captured in Seymour and Coquitlam watersheds

Photographs of Roosevelt elk and grey wolves, not known to frequent the areas, have been captured via Metro Vancouver’s wildlife monitoring program
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