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Must recycle more milk containers

MUNICIPAL debate over whether to support the inclusion of milk and milk substitute beverage containers in the provincial deposit-refund system continued at two council meetings last week.

Church campers plucked from 300-metre cliff face

TWO kids from a church camp had a close call on the weekend when they got trapped at the top of a 300-metre drop-off on Anvil Island and had to be rescued by air.

Police raise alarm over jumpstart fraudster

North Vancouver RCMP are warning motorists to be on the lookout for a man they say is posing as a driver in distress in order to swindle others out of cash.

West Vancouver police issue cougar alert

WEST Vancouver police are reminding the public of how to interact with a cougar after one was sighted near the district last week. Several residents reported seeing a cougar near Chief Joe Mathias Centre around 9: 30 p.m. on Sept. 20. B.C.
UPDATE: Collision snarls Ironworkers

UPDATE: Collision snarls Ironworkers

Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing is back up and running after a three-car collision brought traffic to a near standstill Wednesday morning. Police shut down two northbound lanes after the vehicles crashed at about 9 a.m.

Affordable, supportive housing needed now

THERE were 117 homeless people counted on the North Shore during the Metro Vancouver Homeless Count in March of this year.

Sun rising on West Vancouver lane division

WV council sends Sunset Lane subdivision bylaw to hearing

Eureka answers underfoot

If geothermal energy is the answer to Canadas future energy needs, we should at least know that by now. But 100 years after the worlds first commercial geothermal power plant was built in Italy in 1911, we dont. North Shore News editorial, Sept.
Chilean miner recounts underground ordeal to rapt North Vancouver crowd

Chilean miner recounts underground ordeal to rapt North Vancouver crowd

World watched rescue of 33 men trapped 700 metres underground

Youth lend a hand at NSNH

NORTH Shore Neighbourhood House was spruced up recently thanks to the efforts of a group of preteens. According to a written statement, Youth 4 Community (Y4C) is a six-week leadership program offered by the House to youth ages 10-13.