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The North Shore Heads to the polls

The North Shore Heads to the polls

The North Shore Heads to the polls

Incumbent sweep in District of North Vancouver

IT was an incumbent sweep Saturday night in the District of North Vancouver municipal election. Richard Walton was re-elected mayor with 9,897 votes and 81.54 per cent of the votes cast. Challenger Margie Goodman polled 2,241 votes.

Soprovich tops polls in West Vancouver

BILL Soprovich once again topped the council polls in the District of West Vancouver Saturday night, with 4,543 votes in the unofficial tally.

Mussatto wins easily in City of North Vancouver

DARELL Mussatto handily held onto his City of North Vancouver mayor's chair in Saturday's municipal election. Unofficial results had him taking 73.8 per cent of the votes cast and defeating his closest rival, Ron Polly by 5,037 votes to 758.

Shooting inquest date set

Bipolar man shot by police in Deep Cove almost 2 years ago


District of West Vancouver councillor candidate Nora Gambioli's age was incorrectly published in our Wednesday paper. She is 47. The North Shore News apologizes for the error.

North Shore sees first snow of the season

Much of the Lower Mainland, including parts of the North Shore, received a first taste of the fluffy white stuff Thursday night as temperatures dipped to zero, turning rain to snow.

Feds give Gordon Smith gallery $350K

New NV gallery will gain climate control

Bigger battles coming down the pipeline

THIS province may be about to feel the impact of a squeeze play by huge energy companies and Alberta, China and Ottawa. This scenario has been building for some time, ever since Enbridge Inc. first proposed building a $6.

B.C. Crown prosecutor charged with assault in North Vancouver

A B.C. Crown prosecutor has been charged with assault following an incident that allegedly happened in North Vancouver on Aug. 23. Hedley Christopher Johns, who works for the Criminal Justice Branch, is charged with one count of assault.