North Shore News

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...

North Vancouver's Anonymous Art Show identifies safe way to hold exhibition this year

Original artwork from 250 emerging and established artists from North and West Vancouver will be up for grabs for $100 apiece

Seaspan takes a bow with delivery of foremost part of joint support ship

Shipyards working on multibillion-dollar project to build two vessels for Royal Canadian Navy

Study finds five possible North Shore rapid transit routes

Province mulls bridge, tunnel options for link to Vancouver

How a once busy ferry became a floating restaurant in North Vancouver

For over 40 years, the boat welcomed diners on the waters at the foot of Lonsdale

B.C. launches survey to measure impact of COVID-19 visit restrictions at seniors care homes

Feedback being accepted online or over the phone until Sept. 30, B.C's seniors advocate announces

This hotel was one of North Vancouver's most popular attractions in the early 1900s

The Hotel North Vancouver became the focus for the growing Lower Lonsdale community and a holiday resort for visitors, offering rooms for “$2 per day and up."