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Poll: North Shore resident approve of lime bikes (though most haven’t ridden one)

Poll: North Shore resident approve of lime bikes (though most haven’t ridden one)

Have you taken one for a spin yet?
VanOpen's Carlota Lee continues to serve tennis community and beyond

VanOpen's Carlota Lee continues to serve tennis community and beyond

She put West Van on the map as a world-class destination for pro tennis. She continues to build on that legacy in sport while advocating for Parkinson's disease, after her diagnosis in 2019
Time Traveller: Maximum cuteness in this 1930 North Vancouver photo

Time Traveller: Maximum cuteness in this 1930 North Vancouver photo

An entrepreneurial photographer landed this adorable shot with his travelling prop plane
Who was the baby rescued from drowning in Deep Cove 44 years ago?

Who was the baby rescued from drowning in Deep Cove 44 years ago?

'The chances are good that somebody knows something,' says the rescuer who is now trying to track the family down.
Garden to Table: Fresh eyes help us find beauty in the gnarliest plants

Garden to Table: Fresh eyes help us find beauty in the gnarliest plants

Plants like English laurel can be a pain in the butt, but if you take the time to look deeper you'll find a world brimming with life 🌿
Health Canada warns of counterfeit COVID-19 rapid test kits

Health Canada warns of counterfeit COVID-19 rapid test kits

People suspecting they have counterfeit kits should not use them and can report them to Health Canada.
There are only 3 days' worth of 'O' type blood supply available in Canada

There are only 3 days' worth of 'O' type blood supply available in Canada

Canadian Blood Services says it has 57,000 open appointments that need to be filled by the end of this month across the country.
Map: 112 parks where you can legally drink in Metro Vancouver

Map: 112 parks where you can legally drink in Metro Vancouver

A number of regional communities have adjusted or created new bylaws to allowed responsible and legal consumption of alcohol in certain public spaces.
Gas drips down to $1.75/litre in some B.C. cities

Gas drips down to $1.75/litre in some B.C. cities

A UBC business professor is warning motorists of volatility ahead while a U.S. agency expects lower but still elevated prices in 2023.
This 11 year old climbed the Grouse Grind. His cerebral palsy didn't stop him

This 11 year old climbed the Grouse Grind. His cerebral palsy didn't stop him

'He’s extremely persistent, he never gives up.'