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Low tide solves mystery of floating Lime bike in West Vancouver

Low tide solves mystery of floating Lime bike in West Vancouver

A rental bike perched on a pipe near Ambleside Beach seemingly braved the waves of high tide.
Baldrey: A look at the B.C. NDP's fiscal plan. Will it win or lose votes?

Baldrey: A look at the B.C. NDP's fiscal plan. Will it win or lose votes?

"Elections are about choices," says columnist Keith Baldrey, who believes the NDP government is going all-in on handing out perks.
Loss of group home puts six North Shore residents at risk of homelessness

Loss of group home puts six North Shore residents at risk of homelessness

The Canadian Mental Health Association is searching for a landlord who will allow their Circle of Care program to continue
Letter: Community welcomes church's approved paved parking project

Letter: Community welcomes church's approved paved parking project

Paved parking outside West Vancouver’s St. Francis-in-the-Wood will improve the church’s aesthetics and safety
Opinion: The virtues of staying positive in political campaigns

Opinion: The virtues of staying positive in political campaigns

Former West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country MP John Weston offers a word of political advice as candidates vie for the party's nomination in his old riding
Judge rejects extradition of West Van man to U.S. in fentanyl overdose case

Judge rejects extradition of West Van man to U.S. in fentanyl overdose case

B.C. Supreme Court justice rule U.S. did not provide documents by deadline; extension would violate charter rights
Time Traveller: Loggers use North Vancouver's Rice Lake as a holding pond

Time Traveller: Loggers use North Vancouver's Rice Lake as a holding pond

Now a tranquil spot for fishing or hiking, Rice Lake was once a bustling hub for the North Van logging industry
Letter: North Vancouver's generosity brought me to tears

Letter: North Vancouver's generosity brought me to tears

A supportive school program and community funds for a therapy dog prove that ‘rare gems of human kindness’ still exist, this letter writer says
Longtime North Shore housing advocate stepping down

Longtime North Shore housing advocate stepping down

Don Peters has been front and centre in the push for more affordable housing for 16 years
Garden to table: Grow your garden like a parent – with intuition

Garden to table: Grow your garden like a parent – with intuition

Growing food is as simple or as complex as you make it. My advice is to start small and trust