North Shore News

Novelty architecture attracts motorists to North Vancouver

The Old Dutch Mill service station and confectionery, shown here in 1943, is a great example of “novelty architecture” (a.k.a. fantastic architecture) from the North Shore's past. Constructing...

Vancouver true crime writer launches cold case podcast

She’s one of the preeminent scribes of British Columbia’s history of murder, mayhem and the macabre

Grouse Mountain Regional Park receives grant funding for trail improvements

Grouse Mountain Regional Park is set to receive some upgrades to its well-used trails in the coming years following an announcement of federal funding for infrastructure projects Friday. The federal...

Shipping containers to be converted to outdoor mini parks in North Vancouver

The idea is to convert the container into an outside seating area with lighting and a roof that will fit into curbside parking zones

West Van businessman guilty of tax offences connected to home construction

A wealthy West Vancouver businessman has been found guilty of three tax offences under the Excise Tax Act for claiming GST rebates he wasn’t entitled to related to construction of a $6-million...

North Shore had one of three highest rates of COVID-19 in B.C.

Between January and the end of May, the North Shore had one of the three highest rates of COVID-19 infection in the province, according to statistics revealed Thursday by Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s...

Seaspan adapts to shipbuilding in COVID-19 era

Physical distancing is a tough enough logistical puzzle inside retail stores and on restaurant patios. But try making those same calculations work in the tight confines inside a ship. Those are some...

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