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Coffee is just not my cup of tea

THE request was so simple, and yet it struck such fear in my heart. "I'd love a cup of coffee, if you've got one," said the electrician, on being offered tea. He had no reason to think this was a big deal.

Water quality improves

Filtration plant reduces N. Van turbidity issues

Ambleside inertia is deadly

An open letter to West Vancouver mayor and council: Seven years ago I met with a prospective landlord to discuss what my business had to offer Ambleside residents and to discover what Ambleside had to offer me.

Port wants city cash for road design

Promises return of $1M if city then approves Low Level plans

A is for unfair election advantage

ELECTORAL politics are all about getting people's attention, if only for a fleeting moment. Just like the marketing for laundry soap or athletic shoes, a quick, almost subliminal message is far more efficient than any description of policy plans.

Option for volunteers

The following is a selection of volunteer opportunities from various community organizations, made available through Volunteer North Shore, a service of North Shore Community Resources Society.

July weather not so bad, say meteorologists

IT may not feel like it now, but summer is right around the corner for sun-starved residents of the North Shore, say meteorologists.

Hiker finds dead woman in Lynn Creek

POLICE are attempting to identify a woman whose body was found floating in North Vancouver's Lynn Canyon Wednesday evening. A hiker made the grim discovery at about 9 p.m. near the park's suspension bridge.

Cop's memory for bikes brings down North Vancouver fugitive

A North Vancouver man who was wanted on two outstanding warrants is behind bars thanks to an RCMP officers unusual memory for mountain bikes.

Metro aiding Capilano river's fish

Trucking fish reduces dam death factor