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TIME TRAVELLER: When water from the Capilano started flowing to Vancouver

TIME TRAVELLER: When water from the Capilano started flowing to Vancouver

When the new City of Vancouver was created and municipal leaders were looking for a source of clean drinking water, they found it at Capilano.
‘We’re over the moon’: Couple welcomes the North Shore's first baby of 2021

‘We’re over the moon’: Couple welcomes the North Shore's first baby of 2021

The yet-to-be-named baby girl was born at Lions Gate Hospital on New Year's Day
North Van youth thanks fire department for rescuing kitten

North Van youth thanks fire department for rescuing kitten

A positive note on which to end a mainly negative year
West Van residents named to Order of Canada for contributions to health sciences, mining exploration

West Van residents named to Order of Canada for contributions to health sciences, mining exploration

John Challis and Terry Salman are among 59 other Canadians to receive the honour
TIME TRAVELLER:  Grouse Mountain was once home to a speedy team of sled dogs

TIME TRAVELLER: Grouse Mountain was once home to a speedy team of sled dogs

If you visited Grouse Mountain in the winter in the late 1920s and ’30s you were likely to see a speedy sled team of Huskies dashing along the trails. Pat Hardy was the owner of the 60 dogs that resided in the kennels on Grouse Mountain.
Feeling chipper? Here’s where you can recycle your Christmas tree in the new year

Feeling chipper? Here’s where you can recycle your Christmas tree in the new year

Various chip-up fundraising events on the North Shore
North Shore Black Bear Society director reflects on 15 years of educating the community

North Shore Black Bear Society director reflects on 15 years of educating the community

Christine Miller, who for years has helped bruins and humans live in harmony, has announced her retirement
For 3 years, a West Vancouver man has been building hearts in nature to honour his daughter

For 3 years, a West Vancouver man has been building hearts in nature to honour his daughter

Adel Berenjian's creations have taken on a new meaning during the pandemic
Enjoy the magic of Christmas at these North Shore holiday lights displays

Enjoy the magic of Christmas at these North Shore holiday lights displays

There’s still time to experience the magic of the holiday season at these lights displays
West Vancouver's 90-year-old Santa's Helper is still making toys for children in need

West Vancouver's 90-year-old Santa's Helper is still making toys for children in need

Bill Chalmers has made close to 6000 toys for the Family Services of the North Shore’s Christmas Bureau over the past 27 years