North Shore News

B.C. spends $4M to swap diesel for hydrogen in Metro Vancouver port trucking

The cash will largely go toward a first fleet of trucks at Delta Port

Classes cancelled at Capilano University as support workers strike

Classes at both North Vancouver and Sunshine Coast campuses have been impacted, after support staff set up pickets over the issue of remote work

Lawsuit against North Van developer comes down to the definition of 'must'

Does ‘must’ mean ‘must?’” That was the question posed by Justice David Crerar at the outset of a ruling released last week

Crews knock down small fire at North Vancouver waterfront terminal

The smoke made it look worse than it was, says district’s assistant fire chief

Maritime strategy aims to boost B.C.'s shipbuilding sector

$25M fund aims to help companies grow into international markets and stay competitive bidding on Canadian ships, from Coast Guard vessels to ferries

Securities commission orders West Van company head to resign

Dunn crowdfunded over $17,000 from investors without telling them about his history with the securities regulator

Proposed North Vancouver hydrogen plant goes to public hearing

If approved by council, the hydrogen plant could have the greenhouse gas impact of taking 30,000 gasoline-burning vehicles off the road

Seaspan makes waves in marine technology development with Holoship contracts

The projects being completed make use of Seaspan’s VR Holoship environment to build digital systems for the shipbuilding industry

Province and feds agree to plant 37M new trees in B.C.

It's the carbon equivalent of removing about 470,000 gas-burning cars off the road for one year

Small but powerful North Van company powered by cutting-edge technology

Patented technology behind fibre-optic sensors used in computer chip manufacture