By District Staff on Friday, Feb 8, 2019

We've been working closely with TransLink to finalize the new B-Line rapid bus service route that will run along Marine Drive and Main Street across the North Shore. While we're making a few changes to the road to accommodate the new bus line — removing some left-hand turn bays, for instance — we're confident that impacts to traffic will be minimal. How can we be sure? That's where DNV transportation engineer Ahmed Tageldin comes in.

By District Staff on Tuesday, Nov 6, 2018

The month of November 2018 roared in like a lion, with back-to-back storm systems packing a considerable punch of rain and wind. But in the DNV, response crews kick into high gear even before the weather arrives on our doorstep.

By District Staff on Tuesday, Oct 30, 2018

Over the last several weeks, crews have been busy at both District Hall and our Crown Street Operations Centre, installing charging stations in the parking lots for our new, soon-to-arrive electric fleet vehicles. Each light duty gasoline vehicle we replace with an electric vehicle will reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by a minimum of 1.7 tonnes per year, and likely more.

By District Staff on Thursday, Sep 6, 2018

A female black bear with two cubs in the forest

Last year alone, about 600 bears in BC were euthanized after interactions with humans, and in most cases, food or food waste was involved. A bear that is reliant on human food as its main food source can no longer be rehabilitated or relocated and must be destroyed. We're working in partnership with the North Shore Black Bear Society to help bring down these unfortunate numbers down by reducing the available sources of human food across the District.

By District Staff on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Families on the street in Deep Cove

As you may have heard, we have developed a plan to lessen the visitor load in Deep Cove and at Lynn Canyon Park this summer. Most of the changes will be in place for the May long weekend, and will remain in place through September. The issues we’re dealing with are a direct result of both places becoming too popular for their own good, and the impact of all those visitors is taking a toll.