North Shore News

B.C. announces local government $76-million climate action fund

The new funding program aims to help local governments mitigate impacts of flooding, extreme heat or plan for changes.

ICBC won't bill injured cyclists or pedestrians for damage done to vehicles in crashes

ICBC says it will no longer be sending bills to most cyclists and pedestrians if they are struck by a driver and the vehicle is left with damages

Major transit upgrades coming to Metro Vancouver

There's a lot in the region's 10-year plan, but almost all of the new rapid transit lines will use buses, not SkyTrain

Seaspan's HoloShip charts course for future of ship design with virtual reality

A new 3D immersive VR system allows ship designers at North Vancouver shipyard to walk through their plans in virtual reality

Record year for Vancouver port volumes, but North Shore commodities down

Climate change and war are whipsawing Canada's commodities

IHIT identifies victim in gang shooting at North Vancouver Superstore

Anyone with information is urged to come forward and speak with investigators

Shooting at North Vancouver Superstore

At least one victim has been taken to hospital

West Vancouver zoning proposal encourages breweries, food processors

Commercial zoning change will address the district's lack of light industrial space

West Vancouver bracing for rising sea levels

New policies proposed as climate change puts homes, infrastructure, and shoreline habitat at risk