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Join local artist charity in shoutout for nurses and front-line workers

Join local artist charity in shoutout for nurses and front-line workers

May is Nurses Month in Canada, and Arthanks is bringing back the 7 p.m. health-care worker cheer at Lynn Valley Library on Monday, May 23.
COVID-19 cases remain in holding pattern on North Shore

COVID-19 cases remain in holding pattern on North Shore

Wastewater concentrations of the virus have increased at the North Shore's Lions Gate sewage treatment plant.
Here is the spending limit for North Shore council and school board candidates

Here is the spending limit for North Shore council and school board candidates

Curious to know how much candidates are legally allowed to spend on their election campaigns?
BC announces local government $76-million climate action fund

BC announces local government $76-million climate action fund

The new funding program aims to help local governments mitigate impacts of flooding, extreme heat or plan for changes.
BC Ferries adding sailings for May long weekend, with the help of extra staff

BC Ferries adding sailings for May long weekend, with the help of extra staff

As vehicle deck space fills up quickly, BC Ferries asks passengers to share rides or travel as foot passengers.
North Shore News takes gold in ad design at 2022 Ma Murray Awards

North Shore News takes gold in ad design at 2022 Ma Murray Awards

North Shore News staff were also finalists in four writing awards and three photography awards at annual celebration of community news media excellence in B.C. and Yukon.
West Vancouver man to face charges for feeding coyotes and bears

West Vancouver man to face charges for feeding coyotes and bears

Conservation officers say the man had been feeding wildlife for months in a public park area of West Vancouver.
Keith Baldrey: Horgan's 'no-shuffle approach' to cabinet ministers differs from predecessors

Keith Baldrey: Horgan's 'no-shuffle approach' to cabinet ministers differs from predecessors

Premiers of various political stripes were always shuffling their cabinets.
One charged after weekend shooting at Squamish Nation community of X̱wemelch’stn

One charged after weekend shooting at Squamish Nation community of X̱wemelch’stn

A Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) member was injured in an early morning shooting at X̱wemelch’stn Saturday (May 14).
Opinion: Poll gauges views on matters of morality in Canada

Opinion: Poll gauges views on matters of morality in Canada

More than two-thirds of Canadians see contraception, divorce, sex between unmarried people and having children out of wedlock as morally acceptable, survey finds.