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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."
This new event series dives into West Van's colourful history

This new event series dives into West Van's colourful history

Local Voices will return to the West Vancouver library this month
Andy Prest: Kid slips on a pair of headphones, disappears from the world

Andy Prest: Kid slips on a pair of headphones, disappears from the world

What to do when your kid discovers they can escape their lame parents by going into the headphone cone of silence 🎧
Fire on Gambier Island burns down cabin

Fire on Gambier Island burns down cabin

Neighbours sprang to action, but the fire fell outside of BC Wildfire Service’s jurisdiction
Editorial: Here's our lesson on the additional school tax

Editorial: Here's our lesson on the additional school tax

Every dollar collected on the North Shore should come back to the North Shore for affordable housing.
Here's how to celebrate Black History Month on the North Shore

Here's how to celebrate Black History Month on the North Shore

From film screenings to productions, there is much going on to honour and celebrate Black History Month
North Shore rents among highest in Metro despite almost 1,200 new units

North Shore rents among highest in Metro despite almost 1,200 new units

North Van added a significant number of new rentals in the past year. But surging demand is still outstripping supply.
Police are shifting to a new way of fare checking on Vancouver transit. Here's how it works

Police are shifting to a new way of fare checking on Vancouver transit. Here's how it works

Fare evasion just got harder.
Newcomer to Vancouver: I'm a hockey fan now

Newcomer to Vancouver: I'm a hockey fan now

In this regular column, North Shore News reporter Mina Kerr-Lazenby shares the ups and downs of moving to Metro Vancouver, and all it entails.
West Van's Ferry Building looks ready to reopen – why hasn't it yet?

West Van's Ferry Building looks ready to reopen – why hasn't it yet?

Problem shrubbery has been the latest and hopefully last hiccup in pushing the multimillion-dollar restoration project over the finish line
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