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B.C. again sets records for COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU patients, active cases, new vaccinations

B.C. again sets records for COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU patients, active cases, new vaccinations

Number of people with variant-of-concern infections has declined by 48, to 212.
Two West Van businesses temporarily closed due to workplace COVID

Two West Van businesses temporarily closed due to workplace COVID

Restaurant workers by far the most likely to contract COVID through work in Vancouver Coastal Health
'Tree Snag' public art piece by Douglas Coupland installed in West Vancouver

'Tree Snag' public art piece by Douglas Coupland installed in West Vancouver

New sculpture inspired by artist's and community's love of beachcombing
Mount Strachan slackline a deadly threat to North Shore Rescue, team says

Mount Strachan slackline a deadly threat to North Shore Rescue, team says

Slackline could bring down a helicopter, says team leader Mike Danks
North Shore teachers voice relief as 'front-line' vaccination plan rolled out

North Shore teachers voice relief as 'front-line' vaccination plan rolled out

Police and firefighters in North Van, West Van will also be prioritized for vaccines
Opinion: B.C. government's withholding of COVID-19 data sows harmful distrust

Opinion: B.C. government's withholding of COVID-19 data sows harmful distrust

Former city councillor Jason Blackman seeks NDP nomination in Burnaby North-Seymour

Former city councillor Jason Blackman seeks NDP nomination in Burnaby North-Seymour

A long-time New Democrat and labour activist, Blackman has worked for Burnaby MLAs Raj Chouhan, Janet Routledge, and Kathy Corrigan
Letter: Mr. Horgan, an apology is necessary, we're not all partying during COVID

Letter: Mr. Horgan, an apology is necessary, we're not all partying during COVID

"Painting an entire generation with one brush and accusing all of us of blowing it is absurd, " says Matt Woodall, a North Vancouver millennial, after B.C. Premier John Horgan's comments on 20-39-year-olds causing COVID 19 problems.
North Shore community comes together in uplifting Lynn Valley Strong dance video

North Shore community comes together in uplifting Lynn Valley Strong dance video

Watch North Vancouver community groups, firefighters, paramedics, and students dance as one in this uplifting video.
With dine-in out, more North Shore patios coming in hot

With dine-in out, more North Shore patios coming in hot

Local businesses planning for long-term ban on indoor dining