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This Week on Lonsdale

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Well the snow is melting just as fast as it took over Metro Vancouver. And we don’t know about you, but we are super stoked for patio season here in North Vancouver as the Lonsdale Avenue corridor is just bursting with awesome eateries, pubs and mom and pop spots to enjoy. We want to take this time to say thank you to the City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver for doing a great job keeping on top of the snow removal, shovelling and salting of the walkways around the community. No one could have anticipated this much snow fall, so with that considered everything was handled extremely well. Hats off to the City and District workers!

This Week on Lonsdale we have a nice mix of local news items and current events for you to browse through below, to help save your time and make sure you keep up to date on all of the happenings in the Lonsdale area.

Ottawa Citizen – a ceremonial keel laying event for the first Joint Support Ship was held Thursday at Seaspan’s North Vancouver shipyard.

Burnaby Now – backyard ice skating rinks are a Canadian tradition and a Lynn Valley family had an awesome setup for their kids this winter season.

Western Investor – a significant transformation could lie ahead for Grouse Mountain with Northland Properties poised to close a deal to buy the ski hill.

Cycling Magazine – Cody Scott from North Vancouver was named as one of 12 Canadians to take part in a world class bike race in the Junior Men category.

Global News – Handsworth Secondary School Royals claimed their 5th championship at the Bedford Road Invitational Tournament (BRIT).

North Shore News – more then 100 people were stuck on the top of Mt. Seymour over night recently due to road closures and heavy snowfall.

Vancouver is Awesome – a local teen is hoping to raise money for North Shore Rescue by selling toques at the local micro breweries in North Vancouver.

Macleans – has an update on the North Vancouver District pigeon ban and how things have gone to the BC Supreme Court, this story is trending.

Daily Hive – Kokomo has announced that its 3rd location will be opening in Edgemont Village on Saturday January 18th featuring plant based meals.

Vancouver Sun – Capilano University hires its first director of Indigenous education and affairs which is fitting given the overlap with Squamish nation.

Bodybuilding.com – personal trainer Meghan Callaway from North Vancouver was featured in the worlds largest online community for fitness fans.

Curiocity – House of Funk Brewery in Lower Lonsdale North Vancouver has been getting headlines lately for the awesome offerings they provide.

Digital Journal – local mechanic Taylormotive is celebrating 60 years in business and we want to congratulate them on their successes.

Lonsdale Quay Market – sent out an update to their email subscribers with information and happenings for the month of January 2020.

North Van District Library – sends out a regular email newsletter to their community with updates, this time including book clubs and other events.

North Van Recreation – has a detailed update with all of the events and happenings throughout North Vancouver, including planning sessions.

North Van Chamber – coming soon they have a workshop to teach local business owners how to hire the best employees for company growth.

Lower Lonsdale BIA – if you have a business in the Lower Lonsdale area of North Vancouver you can register with the BIA for benefits and perks.

City of North Vancouver – sends out a weekly email newsletter with everything happening in the community, this week includes grant updates and more.

If you have any updates or local announcements you would like included in next weeks issue of This Week on Lonsdale contact us to chat.

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