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Two hikers get helicopter hoist from steep terrain on Grouse

Two hikers get helicopter hoist from steep terrain on Grouse

Two men planned a day hike on North Vancouver's Grouse Mountain but got off the main trail and into trouble.
Civic election 2022: Q&A with North Vancouver District candidates

Civic election 2022: Q&A with North Vancouver District candidates

There's a two-way race for mayor in the District of North Van and a healthy field of 13 challengers for council
Woman loses out on trip abroad following stolen wallet saga, police appeal for information

Woman loses out on trip abroad following stolen wallet saga, police appeal for information

The wallet, which was stolen from a gym in North Vancouver on Monday, contained the permanent resident documents required for her to travel.
Man pleads guilty to slew of Metro Vancouver retail store thefts

Man pleads guilty to slew of Metro Vancouver retail store thefts

Michael Leonard Nelson pleaded guilty to offences in Vancouver, Richmond, Coquitlam, North Vancouver and Delta.
B.C. COVID-19 deaths fall

B.C. COVID-19 deaths fall

Province recorded 16 COVID-19 deaths in the week ended Sept. 24
Student who brought fake gun to North Van high school prompts lockdown

Student who brought fake gun to North Van high school prompts lockdown

Police received multiple 911 calls from parents wanting to know if their kids at Carson Graham Secondary were safe
Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Beginning Oct. 14, pharmacists will be allowed to administer and renew up to two years a wider range of prescriptions for people without a family doctor
Andy Prest: Babies and pee conspire to steal sleep in hilariously mean ways

Andy Prest: Babies and pee conspire to steal sleep in hilariously mean ways

Even if parents survive those first sleep-deprived years, the aging process has another early-morning surprise in store for them 😴
B.C.'s urban forests are failing poor and racialized communities, says study

B.C.'s urban forests are failing poor and racialized communities, says study

A report looking at 12 Canadian cities, including Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, Abbotsford and Vancouver, found urban trees and their cooling effects are largely concentrated in rich, white neighbourhoods.
Tsleil-Waututh Nation pilgrimage walk retraces route from former St. Paul's Residential School

Tsleil-Waututh Nation pilgrimage walk retraces route from former St. Paul's Residential School

The walk will commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, Sept. 30. The public is invited to create a wall of protection along the route