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The Squamish Nation 24th Annual Youth Pow Wow takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today, July 10, at Capilano Reserve Park, 100 Capilano Rd., North Vancouver. There will be a traditional salmon barbecue, native arts and crafts and dance competitions.

Mom takes daughter to hear sentencing

Dad killed in crash saving baby he will never meet

Time for a checkup

Please open your wallet and say "aaaaah." It's time for your annual personal financial self-examination

Homeless youth on the increase

Count shows overall numbers remain constant

Defence: Rafay/Burns confessions coerced

DEFENCE lawyers for two West Vancouver men convicted of three brutal murders 17 years ago asked a panel of Washington State appeal court judges Friday to overturn that verdict, saying the men were not given an adequate chance to defend themselves and
A separate peace

A separate peace

Hang on to your wallets and purses

WEST Vancouver Police are reminding residents to keep an iron grip on their wallets and purses after several thefts. Five residents reported losing unattended wallets and purses to opportunist thieves between May 25 and June 6.

Mayors back gas tax hike for SkyTrain

$40M annual revenue pays for Evergreen Line; $30M still wanted

North Vancouver's Miss B.C. aims to empower youth

FOR the next year the Miss B.C. crown will be residing in North Vancouver. Cheryl Dietrich, 26, won the Miss B.C. 2011 pageant this past Canada Day long weekend at Chief Sepass Theatre in Fort Langley, where the charity event is annually hosted.