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COVID vaccination clinics for oldest seniors to open March 15 on North Shore

COVID vaccination clinics for oldest seniors to open March 15 on North Shore

Seniors or family members will have to phone ahead and book vaccine appointment
B.C. records two more COVID-19 deaths, as vaccination roll-out stays slow

B.C. records two more COVID-19 deaths, as vaccination roll-out stays slow

Only 7,501 vaccine doses administered in past day, as total number of British Columbians vaccinated approaches 200,000.
West Vancouver fire puts Eagle Harbour family out of their home

West Vancouver fire puts Eagle Harbour family out of their home

Community rallies around renters who lost everything
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate $250K to Canada-wide Indigenous mentorship program

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate $250K to Canada-wide Indigenous mentorship program

Celebrity couple has made a very generous donation toward supporting the mentorship of Indigenous post-secondary students across the country.
People protest as Trans Mountain chainsaws fire up to clear Burnaby trees

People protest as Trans Mountain chainsaws fire up to clear Burnaby trees

More than 1,300 trees slated to come down
City of North Van grants extra 1.5 storeys for Alcuin College

City of North Van grants extra 1.5 storeys for Alcuin College

Council votes 6-1 after hours-long public hearing
May Brown Place brings affordable rentals to North Van single moms

May Brown Place brings affordable rentals to North Van single moms

YWCA Metro Vancouver's 14 two- and three-bedroom units at 151 East 15th St. welcome their first residents
Indigenous youth group to send testimonials of 'violent' Vancouver police action to United Nations

Indigenous youth group to send testimonials of 'violent' Vancouver police action to United Nations

The Braided Warriors returned to the site of last week's protest to film testimonials of their experiences with the VPD to be submitted to the UN Human Rights Council Committee.
North Van MLA rolling up sleeves to join COVID vaccination squad

North Van MLA rolling up sleeves to join COVID vaccination squad

Susie Chant, a registered nurse and newly elected NDP MLA, will be among those giving vaccines in North Vancouver as vaccinations ramp up later this month
B.C. records 1,478 new COVID-19 cases, and eight deaths in past three days

B.C. records 1,478 new COVID-19 cases, and eight deaths in past three days

B.C.'s death toll from the pandemic has risen to 1,363.