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North Shore gets funding for multi-faceted response to homelessness

Starting this fall, new and enhanced people centered services such as hygiene facilities, Indigenous outreach, new mobile services, and other supports will be delivered to unsheltered homeless people on the North Shore, through a multi-partner regional approach funded by $1.97-million in federal and provincial Safe Restart funding.

District and City of North Vancouver announce new Officer-In-Charge

The District of North Vancouver and City of North Vancouver are pleased to announce the appointment of Superintendent William Yee as the new Officer-In-Charge for the North Vancouver RCMP following a nation-wide search.

Mayor's statement: Investigation of St. Paul’s Indian Residential School

Today, Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh Nations announced an investigation at the former St. Paul's Indian Residential School site in North Vancouver.

Managing extreme heat

When Environment Canada issues a heat warning for this region, residents are advised to stay cool and hydrated. Avoid heat-related illness by finding ways to stay cool and take steps to protect yourself, your family and pets. Across the District, there are several facilities and amenities you can visit to help you beat the heat. Learn more about how to cool off in the District during heat waves. 

Celebrating Pride in the DNV

We've raised the Pride flag at District Hall to mark the start of Pride Week in our community and to show our support for all 2SLGBTQ+ people.

Have your say: new playground at Bridgman Park

We are replacing the playground at Bridgman Park. We've developed two design options and would like to hear your feedback.

Visible changes to trees in the DNV forests

Discoloured trees are appearing in significant numbers in the forested areas of our community. We are working with Metro Vancouver and the Province to assess the damage to our forests and determine potential next steps

Newest rainbow crosswalk in the DNV

Today, we are happy to unveil the latest rainbow crosswalk in the District. It spans Mountain Highway at Ross Road, adjacent to the Lynn Valley Library.

Extreme heat warning issued

North Shore residents are being advised to stay cool and hydrated after a heat warning has been issued by Environment Canada for the region.

DNV recognizes National Indigenous Peoples Day

Today, the DNV recognizes National Indigenous Peoples Day and honours the culture and history of  local First Nations, the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ilwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, and all Indigenous communities.

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