It’s that time of the week again when we condense and streamline all of the most pertinent and timely local news and current events in the Lonsdale Avenue corridor of North Vancouver.
If you only read one of our articles per week, the ongoing series for ‘This Week on Lonsdale’ should definitely be the one you choose. As you will walk away empowered with information and of course save time in reading and checking out the resource links.
As the seasons are changing from summer into winter and the kids are back to school, and routine takes shape in your life with work and responsibilities, Lonsdale continues to grow and expand into one of the Best High Streets in Canada. Much of the skyline being under construction with new buildings and commercial spaces coming into existence.
This week you are in for a real treat as we have tons of useful things for you to learn about taking place throughout the Lonsdale corridor:
Capilano Courier – Capilano University will introduce its new campus this October in the newly transformed and refurbished Shipyards Commons.
North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce – We are excited to announce the finalists of the 22nd Annual Business Excellence Awards.
City of North Vancouver – Are you looking for a full time marketing job here on the North Shore? The City is seeking a Communications Strategist.
CBC News – From hyperloops to hailing rides: North America’s biggest transportation conference hits North Vancouver.
Vancouver Sun – The former mayor of the City of North Vancouver added his name to the teacher-on-call list for the North Vancouver School District.
Canadian Beer News – 8 breweries in North Vancouver have announced details of a collaboration beer crafted for the upcoming Craft Beer Week.
Vancouver Is Awesome – The 7th annual Polish Festival returns to the The Pipe Shop and Shipbuilders Square in North Vancouver this year.
North Shore News – Seaspan is underway upgrading a huge cruise ship at the Burrard Dry Dock Pier and you will see a population increase in Lolo.
Scout Magazine – In the former site of Il Castello Pizzeria, Farina Pizza a Legna (Italian for ‘wood-fired pizza’) will offer a full-service pizzeria.
Carson Graham Secondary – Students between grades 10-12 will develop community projects specific to the Lower Lonsdale neighbourhood.
Sports Net – Rogers Hometown Hockey will be coming to The Shipyards Commons development for a live action hockey game taking place outside.