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Brent Richter

Brent Richter

Brent Richter is a full-time news reporter at the North Shore News who covers municipal council, police and crime, fire, rescues and whatever else lands on his desk.

When he's not writing news stories or sitting in council chambers, Brent is daydreaming about craft beer, video games and other things he doesn't spend nearly enough time focusing on.

He welcomes your questions, story ideas, opinions and slow cooker recipes.

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Recent Work by Brent

WorkSafeBC report details arborist's death in North Vancouver park

WorkSafeBC report details arborist's death in North Vancouver park

The man who was killed while topping a 40-metre tree lacked training and certification to provincial standards, according to a WorkSafeBC investigation
New transit oriented development rules won't impact Lower Lonsdale much

New transit oriented development rules won't impact Lower Lonsdale much

Most of the properties around Lonsdale Quay Exchange in the City of North Vancouver have already been built out
Hydrogen fuel ‘Gateway’ announced in North Vancouver

Hydrogen fuel ‘Gateway’ announced in North Vancouver

Three new hydrogen plants and 18 new fuelling stations are on their way in B.C. and Alberta
Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre visits North Vancouver business

Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre visits North Vancouver business

The Tory leader warned municipalities they must approve more growth or face financial consequences
Big parking changes coming in the City of North Vancouver

Big parking changes coming in the City of North Vancouver

Pay parking and a total revamp of resident-only parking rules are likely coming this fall
Watch: Thieves steal beloved backyard chicken in North Vancouver

Watch: Thieves steal beloved backyard chicken in North Vancouver

Snowflake’s owner says it is like losing a member of the family
Tree lawsuit could halt West Vancouver rental project

Tree lawsuit could halt West Vancouver rental project

The development permit should not have been granted, court documents state.
Dozens of young salmon killed in suspected North Vancouver chemical spill

Dozens of young salmon killed in suspected North Vancouver chemical spill

Someone was power washing nearby, but it’s hard to confirm if that was the source, district says
Watch: Barking sea lions take over West Vancouver bay

Watch: Barking sea lions take over West Vancouver bay

They can be heard barking, non-stop, day and night, neighbours say.
City of North Van bans residents from speaking to council on redevelopments

City of North Van bans residents from speaking to council on redevelopments

Staff say comments from the public may put the city at risk of a lawsuit
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