Happy leap year weekend and what a sunny time it has been! This week as with many weeks there is tons to hear about and know in terms of events and happenings in and around the Lonsdale Avenue corridor of North Vancouver.
Plus, we are going to start ramping up our real estate article publishing including commercial, residential and industrial listings and opportunities to invest. Over the past few weeks many high value properties in Lower Lonsdale have sold and changed hands as the area gears up for more infiltration from culinary and hospitality brands. Lonsdale is booming.
By reading our This Week on Lonsdale articles, such as this one, you can be sure that you get to stay up to date on all the pertinent local news.
The Tyee – artist and Lind Prize winner Laura Gildner has a display on currently at The Polygon Gallery showing her ‘Informer’ concept work.
Metro Vancouver – the organization that oversees all of the municipalities of the Lower Mainland wants to remind you to reuse, reduce, recycle clothes.
Daily Hive – Canada’s Governor General recognized 5 teen boys whose valiant actions saved an 8-year-old child who fell from a chairlift at Grouse Mountain.
Castanet – North Vancouver’s Neptune Bulk Terminal is preparing to shut down for 5 months to facilitate an $800-million upgrade to the facilities.
Simon Fraser University – published the winners of the President’s Award for Sustainability and Joanna Ashworth won for her North Shore Rain Project.
Vancouver Sun – Liberal government is asking Canadian shipyards to lay out why they should be chosen to build a heavy icebreaker for the Coast Guard
North Shore News – Kokomo brings plant-focused and unique concepts to Edgemont Village and the Lower Lonsdale neighbourhood, check them out.
Global News – strata insurance rates are going through the roof and the Govt is trying to get things under control, one North Van property went up 300%.
Vancouver is Awesome – North Vancouver-Lonsdale MLA Bowinn Ma had a social media flame war erupt over her comments about Teck Resources.
CBC News – the community and developers are reflecting on the Sea-to-Sky Highway upgrades for the 2010 Olympics that cost $600 million.
Scout Magazine – remembers one of the most popular restaurants on the North Shore who thrived for 8 years and then vanished, called Fraiche.
Bring Your Porter – Bridge Brewing in North Vancouver has released a new limited-edition beer called Double or Nothin’ as we head into summer.
Capilano University – The Third Mind lead by Grammy Award winning artist Dave Alvin will be playing a show in North Vancouver at CapU on April 11th.
Canada Life Open – is looking for volunteers for the golf event from May 25th to 31st at Seymour Golf and Country Club, learn more (main photo).
North Shore Tourism – has launched a new website and brand, and they want you to submit to be considered as a stakeholder for the organization.
North Van Recreation – sends out a weekly email newsletter with all of the things to do and see throughout the community, check it out today.
North Van City Library – wants you to know about their March programming including Persian Dancers, Library grants, workshops, book clubs and more.
North Van District Library – sends out a weekly update to email subscribers about everything happening, with book clubs, film viewings and more.
North Van Chamber – has some of the best business data resources for you to use for growing your enterprise in North Vancouver, read the Data Centre.
District of North Van – congrats to our 2019 Design Excellence and Heritage Awards winners! Recipients received recognition for their achievements.
City of North Van – has a weekly email newsletter to the community called CityView which highlights all of the top things taking place for the City.
That’s all for this week and let us know if you have any updates or announcements you would like shared with our readers for next week.