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Lower Mainland anti-logging protester sentenced to house arrest, curfew

Lower Mainland anti-logging protester sentenced to house arrest, curfew

A BC provincial court judge declined to grant North Vancouver Save Old Growth organizer Ben Holt, 52, a conditional discharge. Judge Gregory Rideout said it was a "significant aggravating factor" that Holt continued with the protests despite bail conditions banning him from blocking traffic.
Morning fire closes Main Street on-ramp at Ironworkers bridgehead

Morning fire closes Main Street on-ramp at Ironworkers bridgehead

If you were in the area and know what happened, let us know.
Ten Indigenous filmmakers screen their personal works at The Polygon

Ten Indigenous filmmakers screen their personal works at The Polygon

The exhibition is the end product of an annual program that inspires ways of responding artistically to historical and contemporary Indigenous ways of being
West Vancouver chum salmon returns trending up since 2019

West Vancouver chum salmon returns trending up since 2019

It’s tough going out there for salmon populations, but there are some good signs locally.
North Van Olympian Jane Channell sleds to sixth spot at skeleton World Championships

North Van Olympian Jane Channell sleds to sixth spot at skeleton World Championships

A skid at the top of her final heat kept Channell off the podium
Purse snatching scammers target North Shore parking lots

Purse snatching scammers target North Shore parking lots

Similar ‘distraction’ thefts have recently been reported across Metro Vancouver
Over 1,000 B.C. family doctors have signed up for the new payment model, says minister

Over 1,000 B.C. family doctors have signed up for the new payment model, says minister

The new payment model was announced last October.
B.C. offers rebates to get more accessible taxis on road

B.C. offers rebates to get more accessible taxis on road

The provincial government is providing $3 million to get more accessible taxis on B.C.’s roads. The funding announced Wednesday will provide rebates to taxi operators for costs associated with maintaining their wheelchair-accessible taxis.
Port Coquitlam to host tune-up tourney before Jr. 'B' lacrosse nationals

Port Coquitlam to host tune-up tourney before Jr. 'B' lacrosse nationals

The MacDonald Cup is set to eventually become the mainstay western Canadian lacrosse championship, which has been sidelined for nearly 30 years.
TransLink sees 94% return of customers, but fewer trips since pre-pandemic levels

TransLink sees 94% return of customers, but fewer trips since pre-pandemic levels

Transportation planner Sarah Ross: "I came into this office five days a week and now I come in two to three days a week."
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