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Unique skateboard competition taking over North Van bike park

Unique skateboard competition taking over North Van bike park

The Pump Track Skateboard Challenge, organized by North Vancouver-base Landyachtz, will see skaters showing their talents at Inter River Bike Skills Park
Missing man found, say North Vancouver RCMP

Missing man found, say North Vancouver RCMP

After receiving a report, police made contact with the individual and confirmed his well being
North Vancouver student contest winners provide fun names for RCMP vehicles

North Vancouver student contest winners provide fun names for RCMP vehicles

Drivers should be on the lookout for Blue Lightning, Called For Duty and Flash on the streets of North Vancouver
Watch: Deer spotted strolling down city streets in North Vancouver

Watch: Deer spotted strolling down city streets in North Vancouver

Was it trying to buy wine for a stag party? Residents were surprised to see a deer wandering around Central Lonsdale in North Van.
Former North Van elementary teacher, 84, on trial for sexual offences against former students

Former North Van elementary teacher, 84, on trial for sexual offences against former students

The offences are alleged to have happened during extra-curricular trips in the 1970s and 1980s
Editorial: ICBC deal scant on details about prime piece of North Van real estate

Editorial: ICBC deal scant on details about prime piece of North Van real estate

Planning needs to be well thought out as the province aims to turn a prime North Vancouver waterfront property into ‘hundreds’ of units of housing
Rob Shaw: Eby's rationale for sale of ICBC head office stretches credulity

Rob Shaw: Eby's rationale for sale of ICBC head office stretches credulity

Is turning the aging ICBC headquarters into affordable housing a bad deal for British Columbians?
Kirk LaPointe: Premier's concern over North Shore sewage plant is about $3B too late

Kirk LaPointe: Premier's concern over North Shore sewage plant is about $3B too late

Voters are watching, and what North Vancouver and West Van residents really want now is not just an audit, but real help paying the bill
Seaspan Victoria fined $710K after welder suffers carbon monoxide poisoning

Seaspan Victoria fined $710K after welder suffers carbon monoxide poisoning

The welder had continued to cut metal in a confined space on a ship for 40 minutes after a gas-monitor alarm started sounding, says WorkSafeBC.
Metro Vancouver announces independent review of ballooning sewage plant cost

Metro Vancouver announces independent review of ballooning sewage plant cost

Announcement comes a day after BC Premier David Eby said it’s time to hire an auditor