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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 at brichter@nsnews.com. Follow Brent on Twitter at: www.twitter.com/BrentRichter

Recent Work by Brent

Capilano University to resume on-campus classes

Capilano University to resume on-campus classes

Plan remains controversial among teachers and students
Woman reported missing from North Vancouver found, RCMP say

Woman reported missing from North Vancouver found, RCMP say

Woman reported missing on Dec. 15
Court of Appeal sides with West Van billionaire in Twitter defamation suit

Court of Appeal sides with West Van billionaire in Twitter defamation suit

Twitter failed to argue why B.C. was the wrong jurisdiction
You'll need a pass to access Mount Seymour Provincial Park this winter

You'll need a pass to access Mount Seymour Provincial Park this winter

The new rules start Dec. 15
Province quietly bans ex-military vehicles, West Van collector says

Province quietly bans ex-military vehicles, West Van collector says

Canadian Forces reservist questions why 'non-comforming' vehicles like U.S. military surplus Humvees are no longer street legal in B.C.
Insurance won’t cover $80-million North Vancouver grain silo collapse, lawsuit says

Insurance won’t cover $80-million North Vancouver grain silo collapse, lawsuit says

Broker gave bad advice, Fibreco Export Inc. claims
North Vancouver beef business fined $150,000 for Food and Drugs Act violation

North Vancouver beef business fined $150,000 for Food and Drugs Act violation

Company accidentally sent non-organic cows to organic slaughterhouse
Hiker who fell down waterfall lucky to be alive, North Shore Rescue says

Hiker who fell down waterfall lucky to be alive, North Shore Rescue says

Firefighters had to rappel 90 metres to reach the injured man
Five North Shore governments unite for rapid transit

Five North Shore governments unite for rapid transit

East-west road crossing for Capilano River also in group's plans
North Vancouver utility may heat homes with Bitcoin's wasted heat

North Vancouver utility may heat homes with Bitcoin's wasted heat

Council must approve deal before cryptocurrency mining rig can be installed