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North Shore public dialogue sessions focus on housing challenge

North Shore public dialogue sessions focus on housing challenge

Three community events later this month will include speeches by housing experts.
Deep Cove’s iconic The Raven Pub set for Irish makeover

Deep Cove’s iconic The Raven Pub set for Irish makeover

The new tenant, which operates a number of Irish pubs in Vancouver, says much of the community staple will stay the same
Video: This new high-end Japanese market has everything you need for a feast - including the dishes

Video: This new high-end Japanese market has everything you need for a feast - including the dishes

Take a tour of the brand-new Aburi Market in Ambleside
The Reconciliation Games: Feasibility team unveils concept plan for 2030 Olympics

The Reconciliation Games: Feasibility team unveils concept plan for 2030 Olympics

Indigenous-led proposal would see Whistler host alpine skiing, sliding and Nordic events
Protests snarl traffic near Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal

Protests snarl traffic near Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal

Police responded this morning after Save Old Growth protesters disrupted westbound traffic on the Upper Levels highway in West Vancouver
Feds set to lift COVID travel mandates, announcement expected today

Feds set to lift COVID travel mandates, announcement expected today

The vaccine mandate will also be lifted for domestic travellers on passenger trains and buses, allowing unvaccinated Canadians to move more freely around the country.
West Van finalizes affordable housing for Gordon Avenue

West Van finalizes affordable housing for Gordon Avenue

Four years after public consultation began, council gave its OK to a mixed below-market rental, adult day centre and strata condo project at 2195 Gordon Ave.
SFU prof should get 30-days' jail for Burnaby TMX tree-sit protest: Crown

SFU prof should get 30-days' jail for Burnaby TMX tree-sit protest: Crown

Dr. Tim Takaro pleaded guilty to criminal contempt for violating a court order at a Trans Mountain worksite in November but he won't learn his sentence until Wednesday.
First North Shore bear killed this year on West Vancouver highway

First North Shore bear killed this year on West Vancouver highway

'The bear had a broken back. It was severely injured. It was suffering and euthanized on site.'
17 B.C. restaurants make DoorDash Canada's 50 'most loved' list

17 B.C. restaurants make DoorDash Canada's 50 'most loved' list

17 nominees are local B.C. restaurants.