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Supportive housing for women and families proposed for District of North Vancouver 

The District is taking an important step toward providing supportive housing in our community for women and women-led families who need a safe and secure place to live.

Proposed regulation changes for retaining walls and accessory buildings

We are proposing changes to the way retaining walls and accessory buildings and structures are regulated.

Council approves grant funding applications for two Deep Cove projects

At the January 11 regular meeting, Council approved resolutions to apply for grant funding for two separate projects in Deep Cove.

Lynn Canyon pay parking pilot project

At the December 14 workshop, Council discussed the Lynn Canyon pay parking pilot project.

Provincial recovery grant for small and medium-sized business

Small and medium-sized business in the District of North Vancouver are eligible for a provincial grant that provides financial support during and beyond COVID-19.

Use of rodenticides restricted in District facilities and on District lands

To reduce inhumane animal suffering, protect wildlife, reduce toxic materials in our environment, and safeguard worker health and safety, we are prohibiting the use of anticoagulant rodenticides (a type of poison used to control pests such as mice and rats) in all District facilities and on all District lands.

Statement regarding holiday lighting

During the November 23 special meeting, Council agreed to strike proposed bylaw amendments related to holiday lighting restrictions from the meeting agenda as a result of feedback from  residents.

Affordable housing partnership announced for Delbrook

Today, the District of North Vancouver and Hollyburn Family Services Society announced an agreement to partner on a project to create affordable rental housing on the site of the Delbrook lands at 600 West Queens Road in North Vancouver.

Remembrance Day 2020

This year on November 11, there will be no public Remembrance Day ceremony in the District of North Vancouver due to the pandemic. It’s important for all of us to find safe ways to honour the courage of Canadians who fought to defend our way of life and the freedoms that we enjoy today.

Remembrance Day 2020

This year on November 11, there will be no public Remembrance Day ceremony in the District of North Vancouver due to the pandemic. It’s important for all of us to find safe ways to honour the courage of Canadians who fought to defend our way of life and the freedoms that we enjoy today.

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