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North Van writer longlisted for major short story prize

North Van writer longlisted for major short story prize

Saya Watanabe is one of 33 authors nominated for the 2021 CBC Short Story Prize
North Shore Celtic Ensemble's new music video highlights traditional tunes during unusual time

North Shore Celtic Ensemble's new music video highlights traditional tunes during unusual time

“Connection,” a seven-minute video project, was released last week
'Tree Snag' public art piece by Douglas Coupland installed in West Vancouver

'Tree Snag' public art piece by Douglas Coupland installed in West Vancouver

New sculpture inspired by artist's and community's love of beachcombing
North Shore community comes together in uplifting Lynn Valley Strong dance video

North Shore community comes together in uplifting Lynn Valley Strong dance video

Watch North Vancouver community groups, firefighters, paramedics, and students dance as one in this uplifting video.
Audain Art Museum temporarily closes

Audain Art Museum temporarily closes

Whistler institution supporting province's "effort to mitigate COVID-19"
Step into the life and work of Leonardo Da Vinci with new immersive 'sensory exhibit' coming to Metro Vancouver

Step into the life and work of Leonardo Da Vinci with new immersive 'sensory exhibit' coming to Metro Vancouver

The "sensory celebration" of the life, artistry, and inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci is making its Canadian debut here
There's a documentary being made about the one and only DJ O Show

There's a documentary being made about the one and only DJ O Show

Cameras have been buzzing around Orene Askew, taking in everything she does on the daily for a documentary about how uniquely awesome she is. 🎥
WWII veteran paints North Vancouver’s ‘famous cedar tree’

WWII veteran paints North Vancouver’s ‘famous cedar tree’

A 93-year-old WWII veteran has painted the cedar tree, on the corner of 21st Street and Eastern Avenue in Central Lonsdale, to help a friend raise awareness of her cause to save it from destruction.
View the world a little differently at this new video exhibit in North Vancouver

View the world a little differently at this new video exhibit in North Vancouver

Take a moment to slow down at this new video presentation at North Vancouver's Polygon Gallery that explores the theme 'Land as teacher and Knowledge Keeper.'
North Van author’s book about devastating wildfire season shortlisted for prize

North Van author’s book about devastating wildfire season shortlisted for prize

British Columbia in Flames: Stories from a Blazing Summer was published last year