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Drinking booze now permanently legal in West Vancouver's Millennium Park

Drinking booze now permanently legal in West Vancouver's Millennium Park

Plus, more West Van parks may be added to the list of where suds may be sipped in the near future 🥂
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations reach new five-month high

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations reach new five-month high

B.C.'s existing and emergency hospital beds are 80.2% occupied.
West Vancouver council vote down zero emission, mass timber housing project

West Vancouver council vote down zero emission, mass timber housing project

Council has rejected a proposal for what would have been the first-ever zero-emission, mass timber housing development in the district
Here's how to carve a Halloween pumpkin like a pro (VIDEO)

Here's how to carve a Halloween pumpkin like a pro (VIDEO)

We get the scoop from a master carver. 🎃
B.C. to reopen sports arenas, concerts to max capacity

B.C. to reopen sports arenas, concerts to max capacity

Patrons will need to show vaccine card for admission later this month
Pack of coyotes chases teen in West Vancouver

Pack of coyotes chases teen in West Vancouver

Five coyotes trail 13-year-old in West Van's Altamont neighbourhood
All eligible British Columbians to get free flu shot

All eligible British Columbians to get free flu shot

All British Columbians encouraged to book an appointment and roll up their sleeve.
North Vancouver’s Harry Jerome rec centre to close Dec. 31

North Vancouver’s Harry Jerome rec centre to close Dec. 31

City seeks to move sports and programs elsewhere for three years
Five North Shore governments unite for rapid transit

Five North Shore governments unite for rapid transit

East-west road crossing for Capilano River also in group's plans
Three-quarters of North Shore residents support mandatory masks for all students: poll

Three-quarters of North Shore residents support mandatory masks for all students: poll

Only 15 per cent say youngest students shouldn't have to wear masks