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North Shore Crisis Services partners on project to support women and their pets fleeing abuse

North Shore Crisis Services partners on project to support women and their pets fleeing abuse

Partnership looks to help women experiencing unstable housing due to crisis
North Vancouver library adds missing piece to collection with puzzles and board games

North Vancouver library adds missing piece to collection with puzzles and board games

Note: The library is not responsible for any family quarrels that break out due to playing Monopoly
West Vancouver library is now loaning special pastime kits for people living with dementia

West Vancouver library is now loaning special pastime kits for people living with dementia

Simple music players and pastime kits are now available
Squamish Nation hands out 1,000 turkeys to ensure all members have a meal on Christmas Day

Squamish Nation hands out 1,000 turkeys to ensure all members have a meal on Christmas Day

Squamish Nation members in need of support will have a little extra food on their tables over the holidays thanks to this initiative
Watch this cougar stroll up to a festive North Vancouver home (VIDEO)

Watch this cougar stroll up to a festive North Vancouver home (VIDEO)

Big cats enjoy holiday decor, too
North Van student coat drive gets warm reception

North Van student coat drive gets warm reception

The Grade 7s collected more than 160 coats
Ring a bell on Christmas Eve to join a worldwide chorus

Ring a bell on Christmas Eve to join a worldwide chorus

North Vancouver organizers invite everyone to join the Jingle at 6 p.m. Dec. 24
TIME TRAVELLER: Lynn Valley's first postmaster carried a revolver in case of holdups or bears

TIME TRAVELLER: Lynn Valley's first postmaster carried a revolver in case of holdups or bears

Once the second largest settlement on the North Shore, Lynn Valley was isolated from the other communities on Burrard Inlet and so its citizens petitioned the government for the establishment of their own post office.
Squamish Nation's Mr. Bannock takes part in campaign to help feed those in need

Squamish Nation's Mr. Bannock takes part in campaign to help feed those in need

Paul Natrall is one of nine chefs taking part in the nationwide Indigenous campaign to help feed people in need this holiday season
West Vancouver school PAC responds to COVID-19 with outdoor classroom push

West Vancouver school PAC responds to COVID-19 with outdoor classroom push

Rockridge parents are hoping to raise $60,000