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Ape Ship announces donation campaign to support wildfire relief efforts

Ape Ship announces donation campaign to support wildfire relief efforts

Taking place next Monday and Tuesday (Aug. 30 and 31) Ape Ship will be driving across the Metro Vancouver region to pick up donation items from local businesses. 
Canada's biggest public pensions still heavily invested in fossil fuels: study

Canada's biggest public pensions still heavily invested in fossil fuels: study

An analysis by a group of B.C. researchers finds Canada's largest pension plan has increased investment in oil and gas companies by at least 7.7 per cent since the country signed the Paris Agreement in 2016.
Vancouver central to ‘sophisticated’ global pump and dump scheme: FBI

Vancouver central to ‘sophisticated’ global pump and dump scheme: FBI

West Vancouver’s Fred Sharp faces criminal charges in the United States for his role in an alleged pump and dump scheme
Longtime North Van yoga studio to stay in Lynn Valley Village

Longtime North Van yoga studio to stay in Lynn Valley Village

A month after Yyoga announced it was closing, the business has signed a new lease with the District of North Vancouver
Takaya Tours' cultural canoe experience returns after a year

Takaya Tours' cultural canoe experience returns after a year

After a lengthy hiatus, Takaya Tours has put its big canoes back on the water
Owls still at risk despite rat poison ban, North Van activist says

Owls still at risk despite rat poison ban, North Van activist says

This North Vancouver woman is pushing the province for a total, permanent ban on predator-killing rat poisons
District of North Van accepts new action plan on municipal priorities

District of North Van accepts new action plan on municipal priorities

Review stokes familiar debate about change
North Shore rolls out e-bike share program

North Shore rolls out e-bike share program

Full fleet of 200 electric assist bikes available soon
Staffing remains a challenge as tourists return to Whistler

Staffing remains a challenge as tourists return to Whistler

Local businesses coping with reduced hours and capacity; getting creative with recruitment efforts
North Shore businesses grapple with staff shortages

North Shore businesses grapple with staff shortages

Some employees left for other jobs during prolonged shut-downs; others have reassessed priorities
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