The history of North Vancouver gets its own spotlight with a new museum

The history of North Vancouver gets its own spotlight with a new museum

After 20 years of planning, there is a new cultural center on the north coast of Vancouver. MONOVA: The Museum of North Vancouver, dedicated to the city’s past, present and future, will welcome its first visitors on December 4 for a preview period throughout the winter. The 16,000-square-foot center is the latest addition to the … Read more

The truck drivers’ strike in the port of Vancouver was averted by agreement

VANCOUVER – A container truck driver strike against two companies serving Vancouver’s port, which was due to begin on Friday, will be avoided. The union Unifor says it has reached an agreement with Prudential Transportation at the time of the deadline, to avoid a strike in Canada’s busiest port. It reached an agreement with Aheer … Read more

BC Floods: Residents Mop Up from 3rd Atmospheric River As Damage Costs Rise – Global News

BC Floods: Residents Mop Up from 3rd Atmospheric River as Damage Costs RiseGlobal news BC flood updates: Recent storm ‘not as severe as predicted’ | CTV NewsCTV News Vancouver Highway 1 to Hope reopens as rain subsides in southern BC, but flood warnings are still in placeCBC.ca 3rd atmospheric river moves away from BC. flood … Read more

The Toronto Area Health Unit confirms cases of Omicron COVID-19 variant

A health unit in the Toronto area has confirmed a case of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, the fifth known case confirmed in the province. The Durham Region Health Department says the person who tested positive is in close contact with a traveler who recently returned from a South African country that Canada has considered high-risk … Read more

November home sales rose nearly 12% from last year: Vancouver real estate board

VANCOUVER – The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver says home sales in November rose nearly 12 percent from last year as demand continued to exceed supply. The BC board says sales for the month amounted to 3,428, up from 3,064 last November but down from 3,494 in October 2021. The board says last month’s … Read more

BC floods: communities drenched, cut off again in the middle of another atmospheric river – Global News

BC floods: Communities drenched, cut off again in the middle of another atmospheric riverGlobal news Mission issues Benbow Street evacuation order for second time – Mission City RecordMissions City Record The whole of southwestern BC. during flood, while the 3rd storm in a row rolls throughCBC.ca Weather: Rainfall statement issued for Coquihalla, Trans-Canada Highways in … Read more

Roller coaster season raises future expectations for the Vancouver Whitecaps

VANCOUVER – In a season full of memorable moments, Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Vanni Sartini will be holding a party with the fans. The Caps had just battled the Seattle Sounders to a 1-1 draw and won their first playoff spot in four years. Last whistle blew, and after some brief celebrations among themselves, Sartini, … Read more

Roller coaster season raises future expectations for the Vancouver Whitecaps

VANCOUVER – In a season full of memorable moments, Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Vanni Sartini will be holding a party with the fans. The Caps had just battled the Seattle Sounders to a 1-1 draw and won their first playoff spot in four years. Last whistle blew, and after some brief celebrations among themselves, Sartini, … Read more

The BC government provides update when the third atmospheric river arrives | LIVE – Global news

The BC government provides update when the third atmospheric river arrives | DIRECTGlobal news Merciless rain gives several evacuation orders as BC spans for the third storm in a rowYahoo News Canada BC is preparing for another storm as relentless rain results in more evacuation ordersCBC News Snowmelt, rain to increase the risk of flooding … Read more

Two hauliers serving the port of Vancouver are threatening to strike Friday

VANCOUVER – Container truck drivers at two companies serving Vancouver’s port may go on strike later this week. Unifor says it notified Aheer Transportation and Prudential Transportation on Monday that nearly 200 drivers will leave the job this Friday if they are not offered better terms of employment. The union says workers are calling for … Read more