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Seniors falling behind amid rising costs, too few supports, says watchdog

Seniors falling behind amid rising costs, too few supports, says watchdog

The costs of aging at home are escalating and seniors are struggling, which sometimes leads them to enter long-term care prematurely, Isobel Mackenzie said Thursday
B.C. COVID-19 deaths rebound from multi-month low

B.C. COVID-19 deaths rebound from multi-month low

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. fall to lowest level since June
How to make your home bear safe, and what to do if one comes by

How to make your home bear safe, and what to do if one comes by

Bear experts say to keep your property free of enticing smells, and if a bear still shows up at your house, assert your dominance.
A new indoor mountain bike park is coming to the old Capilano Mall Sears location

A new indoor mountain bike park is coming to the old Capilano Mall Sears location

The founder of the indoor bike park coming to North Vancouver is hoping to have the facility ready to roll in February of 2023
Editorial: Outreach workers are critical to addressing homelessness

Editorial: Outreach workers are critical to addressing homelessness

Outreach staff can build trust over time and act as a connection point to resources
Incumbent Mayor Mike Little looking to reclaim seat in DNV

Incumbent Mayor Mike Little looking to reclaim seat in DNV

Fixing transportation woes and adding purpose-built rental housing are top priorities
'Never fly Air Canada again': Vancouver man hasn't received luggage weeks after flight

'Never fly Air Canada again': Vancouver man hasn't received luggage weeks after flight

"The airlines are pointing fingers at each other and no one will own up for our lost luggage and I can’t put a report in."
Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect between now and Sept. 30

Truth and Reconciliation Day: Here's how to engage, educate and reflect between now and Sept. 30

From museum exhibits to marches, online webinars to workshops, there are a multitude of ways to participate in the second iteration of Canada's National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
Will B.C.’s animation sector ‘settle back’ or surge?

Will B.C.’s animation sector ‘settle back’ or surge?

Uncertainty over future spending increases as Hollywood giants cut back
Mathew Bond running for District of North Vancouver mayor

Mathew Bond running for District of North Vancouver mayor

Bond's message is that North Vancouver needs to be more forward looking with an eye to future generations.