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Brent Richter

Brent Richter

Brent Richter is a full-time news reporter at the North Shore News who covers municipal council, police and crime, fire, rescues and whatever else lands on his desk.

When he's not writing news stories or sitting in council chambers, Brent is daydreaming about craft beer, video games and other things he doesn't spend nearly enough time focusing on.

He welcomes your questions, story ideas, opinions and slow cooker recipes.

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brichter@nsnews.com

Recent Work by Brent

B.C.'s largest hydrogen plant coming to North Van waterfront

B.C.'s largest hydrogen plant coming to North Van waterfront

The plant could power 30,000 hydrogen vehicles using fuel that today is just vented into the air as a waste product.
North Vancouver MLA Bowinn Ma named to cabinet

North Vancouver MLA Bowinn Ma named to cabinet

'If I’m doing my job well, you won’t hear about me,' she said.
North Van's Norgate neighbourhood to get a craft brewery

North Van's Norgate neighbourhood to get a craft brewery

The North Shore now has more than a dozen breweries and distilleries. Here comes one more. 🍻
Vehicle passes required for Mount Seymour Park access

Vehicle passes required for Mount Seymour Park access

Unpopular in the past, free day-use passes are back for the busy winter season.
District of North Van advances CapU staff and student housing

District of North Van advances CapU staff and student housing

The project has been through a few changes since it was first pitched in 2019. The public will now have their say.
Former West Van school counsellor jailed for child porn gets lifetime teaching ban

Former West Van school counsellor jailed for child porn gets lifetime teaching ban

The former school counsellor left B.C. for PEI after he was charged.
Video: See what the Capilano Suspension Bridge looked like 40 years ago

Video: See what the Capilano Suspension Bridge looked like 40 years ago

Here's how the bridge looked when gas was cheap as it was leaded
'Plan ahead': MADD launches sober driving campaign in advance of holiday season

'Plan ahead': MADD launches sober driving campaign in advance of holiday season

More than 4,000 people have died because of impaired drivers in B.C. in the last 40 years
Sun rising on Sunshine Cabs again – service returns to North Shore

Sun rising on Sunshine Cabs again – service returns to North Shore

The company once had a fleet of Cadillacs and uniformed drivers.
North Vancouver man pleads guilty in drunk driving death

North Vancouver man pleads guilty in drunk driving death

The accused had drunk more than a bottle of wine and was driving at more than 180 km/h at the time.
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