Explore Your Topic: North Vancouver

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Library Databases

North Shore Digital Libraries

North Shore Digital Libraries (NSDL) is a special collection of digitized newspapers from North Vancouver and West Vancouver, including the North Shore News from 1976-2000. Includes every issue, cover-to-cover, with full-page and article images.

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On the Web

Includes local services, government, community, schedules and contact information.

Bylaws of the District of North Vancouver

Family Services of the North Shore (FSNS) is a not for profit accredited organization committed to providing compassionate, professional, and affordable social services to those who live or work on the North Shore.  Features counselling and educational programs.

Offers North Shore newcomers a full range of settlement and integration programs and services.

Operated by the District of North Vancouver,this unique centre offers visitors an introduction to the temperate rainforest and provides environmental education for the local community. Informative and interactive displays present information on the plants and animals of the temperate rainforest and global environmental issues.

The North Shore Community Resources web site provides childcare information for parents and caregivers, information on volunteering on the north shore, including a listing of local volunteering job openings.  Additionally, it contains a searchable version of the Green Book, the directory of north shore services produced by the NSCR. 

A non-profit society promoting the independence and well-being of elderly and isolated seniors as part of its mandate.

The North Shore Culture Compass is an ongoing project to compile a hub of cultural assets within the North Shore Region, including the City of North Vancouver, the District of North Vancouver, the District of West Vancouver, the Squamish Nation and the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. This tool is intended for residents, tourists, planners, and the cultural sector, to help build audiences, drive tourism, fill gaps, and encourage partnerships to better highlight our rich cultural diversity.

The NSEMO works in partnership with the three North Shore municipalities to plan, coordinate and test emergency and disaster response services.

Meals on Wheels delivers hot nutritious noon-day meal to people living on the North Shore, from Horseshoe Bay to Deep Cove.