North Shore News

North Vancouver's The Shipyards receives international waterfront design award

'People always tell me how much they love our revitalized waterfront'

West Vancouver caps new houses at mere 6,600 square feet

New bylaw restricts ‘monster homes’, allows smaller lots in B.C.’s most exclusive community where benchmark house price tops $3 million

Seaspan's Vancouver Drydock seeks to expand operations

Proposed expansion includes adding two new drydocks to the east of its current operations

Reservoirs at normal levels despite near-record water use during heat wave

Daily water consumption in Metro Vancouver hit 1.79 billion litres recently, just shy of the all-time record for water use set in 2009

Woven with love: Tsleil-Waututh Nation artist's robe in U.S. exhibit

Tsleil-Waututh Nation artist Caitlin Aleck has only been weaving for three years and her latest work is set to be displayed at the Museum of Northwest Art in La Conner, Wash.

B.C. records nearly 500 deaths and counting during heat wave

The BC Coroners Service has launched an investigation to find out what the province could have done better to prepare for the heat wave

This Chief Dan George exhibit in North Vancouver inspires a path forward for reconciliation

'We are all eager for direction on movements for justice and reconciliation, and Chief Dan George provided decades of inspiration, hard truths and guidance to all of us.'

Legalized electric kickscooters coming to five Lower Mainland cities

When and where people may legally e-scoot on public property will have to be determined by local councils

Twitter must face Frank Giustra defamation suit in B.C., court rules

Twitter must answer to a defamation lawsuit from West Vancouver billionaire Frank Giustra in Canada, the B.C. Supreme Court has ruled.

2020: Letter from the North Shore community

One in a series of four stories from British Columbian communities reflecting on how they dealt locally with the pandemic in 2020. 2020: what a year it was.  In January, while Canada reports its...