We hope everyone is having an awesome Christmas Holiday with their friends and family here in North Vancouver and we wish you health and happiness heading into the 2020 New Year. This time of year we are feeling particularly grateful for our readers and friends in the community who have worked with us publishing articles and various types of content marketing, not only do we love to support local businesses we love to meet new people and enjoy a wicked quality of life here on the North Shore. Thanks to everyone for reading our website and we look forward to ramping up publishing volume heading into 2020. As always if you have any feedback use the contact page to chat.
This Week on Lonsdale we have a nice list of things for you to know about below, however there is a little bit less then normal given the time of year as many people are in full on vacation mode.
Here’s your local news and current events roundup.
Daily Hive – Cider Festival returns to North Vancouver on May 24th at the Pipe Shop Venue in Lower Lonsdale where 30 types of cider will be available.
Georgia Straight – Has a great list of 20 events and parties you can attend in Metro Vancouver to celebrate New Years Eve in style with your friends.
Tricity News – BC Hydro’s most memorable power outages of 2019 includes 20,000 customers in North Vancouver and West Vancouver who lost power.
Vancouver Sun – The 10 best new restaurants of 2019 from the Vancouver Sun includes 3 of the 10 coming from right here on the North Shore.
North Shore News – Published an article with the ‘year in review’ to roundup all of the top headlines and community events that took place in 2019.
Global News – The City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver both do curbside pickup of your used Christmas Trees.
1st Cannabis – Retail store in Lower Lonsdale is going to be opening very soon to serve the adults of the North Shore recreational Marijuana products.
City of North Vancouver – Wants to remind you that if you are a dog owner you will need to renew your dog license, but you can do that online.
North Van Chamber – Has tons of events and community happenings going on in early 2020 and you should check out their calendar online to attend.
That’s all for this week, as we said it’s a bit of a slow news week given everyone in local media and business is on vacation, but now you are up to speed with all of the recent local news and current events.
Thanks for reading and Happy New Year!