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North Vancouver man pleads guilty to stealing $1M from investors

North Vancouver man pleads guilty to stealing $1M from investors

The first victim was a personal friend who later urged other friends and family members to invest
City of North Van borrows $50M to fast-track Neighbourhood House, affordable housing tower

City of North Van borrows $50M to fast-track Neighbourhood House, affordable housing tower

Taking on debt now will make the project cheaper and deliver new homes faster, council says
COVID loan deadline threatens business survival, North Van Chamber warns

COVID loan deadline threatens business survival, North Van Chamber warns

Now is the time to show small businesses some love and shop local, the chamber says
West Vancouver developer must pay $75K on top of $1.8M for civil fraud ruling

West Vancouver developer must pay $75K on top of $1.8M for civil fraud ruling

The developer’s behaviour was ‘reprehensible’ and deserved to be condemned by the courts
North Vancouver soccer player must pay $103K for slide tackle injury, court rules

North Vancouver soccer player must pay $103K for slide tackle injury, court rules

Justice's ruling on 'dangerous and reckless conduct' in rec league soccer game upheld by B.C. Court of Appeal
WorkSafeBC fines contractor less than $4K after worker's death in former Cineplex collapse

WorkSafeBC fines contractor less than $4K after worker's death in former Cineplex collapse

"No penalty amount or sentence can compensate for the loss of life," WorkSafeBC says.
Feds fund UBC study that could save Metro Vancouver salmon

Feds fund UBC study that could save Metro Vancouver salmon

6PPD-quinone is the second most toxic chemical to salmon. Researchers are studying ways to keep it out of our creeks.
Video: SeaBus commuters join impromptu Christmas carolling

Video: SeaBus commuters join impromptu Christmas carolling

Were you aboard the carol crossings?
North Vancouver tech firm seeks to disrupt fossil fuel emissions

North Vancouver tech firm seeks to disrupt fossil fuel emissions

'Why we are not recycling the carbon from the energy that we are burning?' CEO asks
BC Hydro plans major new North Shore office and works yard

BC Hydro plans major new North Shore office and works yard

The utility is about to go through a three-year construction project to upgrade the facilities that serve the North Shore.