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Mobile multi-sensory room could be a first of its kind, says North Van non-profit (PHOTOS)

Mobile multi-sensory room could be a first of its kind, says North Van non-profit (PHOTOS)

'Snoezelen' room provides self-directed therapy for many, including people with autism
New B.C. COVID-19 cases rise again, hit four-week high

New B.C. COVID-19 cases rise again, hit four-week high

Number of those in B.C. hospitals with COVID-19 declines to 10-month low.
There's a new volleyball court to enjoy this summer at a North Vancouver park

There's a new volleyball court to enjoy this summer at a North Vancouver park

In case you missed it, a fresh new volleyball court is ready for use at Mahon Park. 🏐
Prest: The Olympic Games are somehow weirder than ever

Prest: The Olympic Games are somehow weirder than ever

Cardboard beds, empty stands, and endless COVID tests – the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are shaping up to be a very strange Games
Residents say Seaspan's Vancouver Drydock expansion will impact vibrant waterfront lifestyle

Residents say Seaspan's Vancouver Drydock expansion will impact vibrant waterfront lifestyle

'We do feel that the planned expansion should not be pushed west at the peril of residents, small businesses, and visitors to this amazing gathering area'
How will a state of emergency help B.C. fight wildfires?

How will a state of emergency help B.C. fight wildfires?

With nearly 300 fires burning across the province and a windstorm approaching, British Columbia has declared a state of emergency.
Editorial: North Shore Pride Week won't be diminished by prejudice

Editorial: North Shore Pride Week won't be diminished by prejudice

This Pride Week, we will raise a toast for everyone under the rainbow spectrum who has pushed through dark times
Wildfire near Woodfibre site downgraded to a 'smouldering ground fire': BC Wildfire Services

Wildfire near Woodfibre site downgraded to a 'smouldering ground fire': BC Wildfire Services

Eleven firefighters and one helicopter remain on the scene of the Squamish area’s first confirmed wildfire of the season.
Rainbow crosswalk slur won't deter Pride Week, North Shore group says

Rainbow crosswalk slur won't deter Pride Week, North Shore group says

New North Vancouver rainbow crosswalk vandalized days before the start of Pride Week
New B.C. COVID-19 cases spike to near-four-week high

New B.C. COVID-19 cases spike to near-four-week high

Active infections rise more than 8% in past week, to 692.