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Nick Laba

Nick Laba

Nick Laba is a full-time reporter for the North Shore News, covering all things North and West Vancouver.

When he’s away from his desk, you can find Nick riding around town on his orange bicycle, listening to records or planning his next scuba dive trip.

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Recent Work by Nick

Man charged for alleged violent domestic assault in West Vancouver

Man charged for alleged violent domestic assault in West Vancouver

One man is in custody following an incident that drew a large police presence to the British Properties Wednesday morning
No serious injuries after crash sends car into ocean in West Vancouver

No serious injuries after crash sends car into ocean in West Vancouver

West Vancouver police are asking witnesses to come forward
Photos: Home of National Capital Commission architect sells immediately in North Vancouver

Photos: Home of National Capital Commission architect sells immediately in North Vancouver

The late Arthur James Capling was behind an effort to restore heritage buildings on Sussex Drive and ByWard Market in Ottawa
Here’s why yellow helicopters are buzzing over Metro Vancouver

Here’s why yellow helicopters are buzzing over Metro Vancouver

Talon Helicopters has been contracted by FortisBC to inspect pipelines
Chemtrade seeking to continue liquid chlorine production in North Vancouver

Chemtrade seeking to continue liquid chlorine production in North Vancouver

Mayor Mike Little says the company has been directed to engage with his municipality before continuing lease negotiations with the port authority
Watch: Nap time is over for Grouse Mountain grizzly bears

Watch: Nap time is over for Grouse Mountain grizzly bears

As the snow pack melts away, Grinder and Coola’s dormancy was a little shorter than usual.
North Vancouver Mounties 'seriously' injured while apprehending hit-and-run suspect

North Vancouver Mounties 'seriously' injured while apprehending hit-and-run suspect

An alleged skirmish broke out after police located a Dodge Ram driver who reportedly knocked over a tree and fled the scene.
Metro Vancouver to get 185 new buses on busiest routes with provincial funding

Metro Vancouver to get 185 new buses on busiest routes with provincial funding

The 2024 federal budget doesn’t do enough to support transit, said officials at a Wednesday press event in North Vancouver announcing $300M in funding from the province
Watch: Multi-agency response douses mock wildfire in North Vancouver

Watch: Multi-agency response douses mock wildfire in North Vancouver

A large exercise led by local firefighters took crews up the waters of Indian Arm to Camp Jubilee
Hassell/Griblin designed home lists for $2.4M in Lions Bay

Hassell/Griblin designed home lists for $2.4M in Lions Bay

The famed architects were known for placing dramatic homes on properties that others considered 'un-buildable'
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