North Shore News

North Vancouver art gallery director chosen to curate Canada pavilion at 2022 Venice Biennale

Polygon Gallery director Reid Shier has been tasked with helping curate one of the world’s largest contemporary arts exhibitions.

Lions Gate Hospital COVID-19 outbreak declared over

An outbreak of COVID-19 at Lions Gate Hospital has been declared officially over. The outbreak, which has hit wards on both the sixth and seventh floors of the North Vancouver hospital, was declared...

Health officer urges residents to take B.C.'s COVID-19 survey

Responses will help guide province's response to pandemic in months to come

UV light could kill COVID in PPE masks, North Shore company says

A North Vancouver company is poised to become the first in Canada certified to sterilize personal protective equipment using ultraviolet light to kill COVID-19 and any other germs that pose a threat...

COVID-19 outbreak at North Van care home spread before it was recognized

Lessons learned in Lynn Valley outbreak have helped contain virus at other care homes, says Dr. Bonnie Henry

North Shore First Nations taking pipeline expansion to Supreme Court of Canada

Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Coldwater Band seek to appeal to Canada’s top court

BC Ferries to halt all sailings between Horseshoe Bay and Nanaimo

60-day suspension of service between West Vancouver and Vancouver Island comes into effect April 4

Developer seeks 35 more units for West Vancouver Earls site tower

A developer is seeking to add more units to an already approved but not yet built tower project in the District of West Vancouver, bordering the District of North Vancouver. In June, 2018, Darwin...

Grouse Mountain Resort sells for second time in two years

For the second time in two years, the ownership of Grouse Mountain Resort is changing hands. Northland Properties Corporation, which owns hotels, the Revelstoke Mountain Resort, and a chain of...