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B.C.'s largest hydrogen plant coming to North Van waterfront

B.C.'s largest hydrogen plant coming to North Van waterfront

The plant could power 30,000 hydrogen vehicles using fuel that today is just vented into the air as a waste product.
U.S.-jailed money launderer banned from B.C. stock markets

U.S.-jailed money launderer banned from B.C. stock markets

Former West Vancouver resident Greg Mulholland expressed interest in potentially working in Canadian stock markets; the B.C. Securities Commission applied to ban him.
West Vancouver mayor Mark Sager issued law society citation alleging professional misconduct over will

West Vancouver mayor Mark Sager issued law society citation alleging professional misconduct over will

Sager faced another professional misconduct allegation in 2018. He was found guilty in that case in 2020 and handed a $20,000 fine.
North Vancouver MLA Bowinn Ma named to cabinet

North Vancouver MLA Bowinn Ma named to cabinet

'If I’m doing my job well, you won’t hear about me,' she said.
Grab a hot bevvy (for kids or adults) at new Shipyards Warming Hut

Grab a hot bevvy (for kids or adults) at new Shipyards Warming Hut

A snowball’s throw away from the skate plaza on the North Vancouver waterfront, the seasonal hut will be open on weekends and the week leading up to Christmas ☕
Andy Prest: Check out the 10 Worst Toys list for 2022

Andy Prest: Check out the 10 Worst Toys list for 2022

OK, lawns darts aren't on this year's list as they were banned years ago, but you might be surprised by some of the toys that did make the list. Chemistry set for a six-year-old ... what could go wrong? ☢️
Routine child vaccinations on pace despite public data delay, says BCCDC

Routine child vaccinations on pace despite public data delay, says BCCDC

Routine vaccine uptake has remained stable through the pandemic for children, but parents appear to be missing the flu shot with greater frequency this season. Total refusals have doubled from 0.5% to 1%.
North Shore firefighters urge donations in Ukraine warm clothing and blanket drive

North Shore firefighters urge donations in Ukraine warm clothing and blanket drive

Donate whatever you can over the next two weeks, to help Ukrainians survive a bitter winter with limited or no power
Editorial: The flu is hitting us hard. Time to get your shot.

Editorial: The flu is hitting us hard. Time to get your shot.

The flu is hitting B.C. hospitals hard. It's not too late to do the right thing.
North Van's Norgate neighbourhood to get a craft brewery

North Van's Norgate neighbourhood to get a craft brewery

The North Shore now has more than a dozen breweries and distilleries. Here comes one more. 🍻
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