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There's a chance this beloved North Vancouver cedar tree will be saved

There's a chance this beloved North Vancouver cedar tree will be saved

The developer that was ready to chop down a cedar tree, estimated to be 205 years old by residents, is now doing everything it can to preserve it. 🌲
Time Traveller: Art Smith and the North Vancouver Youth Band

Time Traveller: Art Smith and the North Vancouver Youth Band

The band competed and performed at events all over the world from Calgary to Osaka, Japan.
These cookie boxes are being sold to support victims of the Lynn Valley attacks

These cookie boxes are being sold to support victims of the Lynn Valley attacks

Two North Shore residents have collaborated on a very sweet initiative to support the victims of the Lynn Valley Village stabbing attacks.
Drive-thru candlelight vigil organized following Lynn Valley knife attack

Drive-thru candlelight vigil organized following Lynn Valley knife attack

COVID-safe event to take place Saturday, April 3 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
This North Vancouver neighbourhood has cheered front-line workers every night for a year

This North Vancouver neighbourhood has cheered front-line workers every night for a year

Lynn Valley's Coleman Street celebrated one year of cheering March 28, 2021
'It’s an important message to send': Lynn Valley library reopens following shocking knife attack

'It’s an important message to send': Lynn Valley library reopens following shocking knife attack

"Just feeling the love and support from this community is phenomenal."
'Pure joy': Tsleil-Waututh Nation steps toward COVID-19 community immunity

'Pure joy': Tsleil-Waututh Nation steps toward COVID-19 community immunity

Tsleil-Waututh Nation can relax a little now knowing all its members have received their first COVID-19 vaccination.
Witnesses share stories of help and heroism following knife attack in Lynn Valley

Witnesses share stories of help and heroism following knife attack in Lynn Valley

Bystanders step up amid scenes of fear and chaos
Police expected to update investigation into stabbings at library in North Vancouver

Police expected to update investigation into stabbings at library in North Vancouver

Police are expected to release more details today in their investigation of a stabbing rampage that left a young woman dead and injured six others in and around Lynn Valley Public Library on Saturday.
Time Traveller: Take a page from this 100-year-old mountaineering photography album

Time Traveller: Take a page from this 100-year-old mountaineering photography album

Neal Carter was made an honorary member of the Alpine Club in 1974. For his mapping work, he was named a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.