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Police seek clues in Horseshoe Bay holdups

Police are looking for a man they believe was behind two armed holdups reported in Horseshoe Bay over the past two weeks. The first encounter took place May 18 at about 11 p.m.

Getaway driver gets 6 months

Masked robbers jewelry, watches worth $200K in Capilano Mall heist

Community bulletin board

Un-Gala Fundraiser: In order to avoid the obligation of yet another charity event, The Harvest Project is inviting people to purchase a virtual ticket by May 31 and stay home and enjoy time with friends and family.

Skateboarder concussed after colliding with vehicle

A 25-year-old North Vancouver man is recovering from a concussion and a serious case of road rash after smashing into a vehicle while allegedly longboarding drunk down St. Andrews Avenue Friday night.

Census shows North Shore is getting older quicker

THE North Shore is getting older. Census figures released Tuesday showed local populations are aging at a much faster rate than in previous generations a trend reflected across the country as many of the baby boom generation enter their golden years.


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Art in the Garden tour

Art in the Garden tour

Carson Graham girls win seventh straight B.C. rugby title

Dynasty continues with 10-5 win over G.P. Vanier

Greenpeace drapes anti-pipeline banner over Lions Gate Bridge

TWO Greenpeace protesters rappelled off the Lions Gate Bridge Tuesday morning to drape an anti-tarsands, anti-pipeline banner over Burrard Inlet. Traffic moving across the bridge was slowed as police cordoned off a lane in response to the protest.

MP Weston visits Taiwan

ON a three-day trip to Taiwan last week, West Vancouver MP John Weston met with Taiwanese leaders and promoted the West Vancouver school districts international education program.
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