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Why do we worship at the feet of fakers?

TODAY, a meditation on movie stars. In the world of celebrity, there are some people who undoubtedly deserve to be famous. Hockey players come to mind.

Toys, food wanted for Christmas

THE West Vancouver police have updated their "most wanted list" to include a new suspect, described as soft, fuzzy and fun for kids.

You can vote even if not previously registered

VOTING day may be tomorrow, but even if you haven't done anything to prepare yet you can still register and cast a ballot. To be eligible, you must be at least 18, a Canadian citizen, and have lived in B.C.

North Vancouver RCMP staffer claims harassment

Woman testifies to alleged pattern of sexual conduct by Mountie
PHOTOS: Your sports moments

PHOTOS: Your sports moments

West Vancouver plans more construction rules

More bylaw officers needed, says Sokol

Masked man mugs teen girl

NORTH Vancouver Mounties are hunting for a man they say attacked and robbed a 15-year-old girl. The victim was walking alone on a trail near North Vancouver's Dorothy Lynas elementary just after 5 p.m. Nov.

Bus union calls for protection after driver beating

WEST Vancouver's transit union is again raising the alarm over safety after a pair of young passengers allegedly broke a bus driver's nose during a drunken scuffle. The confrontation arose just after midnight Nov.

Electoral officer nixes Heed investigation

B.C.s chief electoral officer has said he will not re-open an investigation into allegations of campaign spending irregularities by former solicitor general Kash Heed.

Deep Cove police shooting inquest set for next year

An inquest into the death of Deep Cove resident Matthew Wilcox will take place next spring, almost two and a half years after he was shot and killed by the North Vancouver RCMP. Wilcox, 39, died in hospital Jan.