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This Week on Lonsdale

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The big news in the Lonsdale Avenue corridor of North Vancouver for this week is of course the grand opening of the new Shipyards Skating Rink in Lower Lonsdale, where the City of North Vancouver has been celebrating all week about it. Plus yesterday we learned that the Joey Restaurant in the same location is going to be opening on January 23rd 2020 to the public, which will have a world class patio looking out over downtown Vancouver. WINNING!

It’s a great time to be living and working on the North Shore and with so many awesome things happening in the community we are excited to publish our This Week on Lonsdale local news and current events roundup below to help you get updated on everything happening in the area while saving your time in doing so.

Vancouver is Awesome – this boxing day head on down to the Lower Lonsdale brewery district to enjoy a ‘Beer Crawl’ with the top local craft breweries, tasting some of the best beers that are locally made while meeting friends

Vancouver Sun – has a detailed restaurant review with photos and insights into the new Bufala pizzeria location in Edgemont Village where you can learn about some of the dishes and drinks that are available for dining

BC Business – North Vancouver was named one of the best places for working in all of British Columbia Canada for 2020 ranking number 4 on the list behind Squamish and Whistler, with a great quality of life and local amenities

BC Living – if money was no object and you could live however you wanted, consider this $8 million property in the heart of Deep Cove with a world class ocean view and award winning architecture with a wrap around patio – a legal Cannabis retail store applicant to the Government of BC gave out free donuts in the community of Deep Cove recently to spread good tidings and seasons greetings while raising awareness for Marijuana

Daily Hive – the trails at Grouse Mountain including the Grouse Grind are closed for the short term due to icy and snowy conditions, they should open again in the new year when the weather normalizes and becomes less cold

Vancouver Courier – this time of year is very important to understand the avalanche risks on the North Shore especially up near the tree line and bluffs at the peak of the mountains, be careful while hiking and go prepared

North Van Arts – wants to remind you that you can register yourself for the Art Crawl between now and January 6th so if you are a local artist who would like to participate get yourself registered and have fun with other locals

North Van Museum and Archives – North Vancouver is home to people from all around the world and as our diverse community grows, NVM+A will design and develop programs to celebrate and include our vibrant differences

North Van District Public Library – sends out a weekly list of all of the events and happenings taking place at the district libraries but also other community spaces throughout the area, come and enjoy activities with neighbours

North Van Recreation and Culture – wants you to know about the Spirit of Christmas events at The Shipyards, the Park and Tilford Light Festival, Buddy’s Holly Jolly Christmas and many more festive happenings to check out

City of North Vancouver – has a break down of how to enjoy a sustainable and minimal waste Christmas with your friends and family with tips on recycling and doing your best to minimize the garbage that reaches local landfills

City of North Vancouver – recently updated their calendar of community events to reflect all of the awesome things happening for Christmas in and around the Lonsdale Avenue corridor, check it out by visiting the link

North Van RCMP – had a conversation on a podcast with the CBC News to discuss road safety in North Vancouver and ways that both cars and pedestrians can be more mindful of the safety issues that face us all

Operation Red Nose – one of the biggest issues that we all face during the holiday season is ensuring that no one does any drinking of alcohol and driving, please use Operation Red Nose, local cabs or a friend for safe travel

If you have anything to share with our readers and the community of North Vancouver contact us and we will consider publishing about it.

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