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North Shore candidates shy from A-word

Amalgamation is once again a hot-button issue in this year's municipal election campaign, but the A-word is still a touchy subject for many politicians.

Siri adds human element

HE launch of the Phone 4S was one f the more unusual roduct launches I can emember. Set against the passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, the iPhone 4S was quickly the second most important story in the Apple world.

A garden rich in respect

INSTILLING and encouraging the qualities of a well-rounded global citizen is much like planting and nurturing a garden. At Northstar Montessori School, the seeds sown are independence, empathy, and respect.

North Vancouver resident among 60 recommended for riot charges

A North Vancouver resident is among 60 people Vancouver police want charged in connection with the June 15 Stanley Cup hockey riot in downtown Vancouver. But it may be a while before that person is formally charged and his or her name made public.

Coroner says home lied in senior's death

Choking during feeding caught on camera by victim's family

Advocates at a loss over youth vote

Candidate focus, lack of info blamed for low turnout

What to do with Jack

SO your short-lived time spent with jack-o'-lantern has come to an end, but what should you do with his remains?

Pilot's family sets up trust

YVR crash victim described as 'fantastic father, husband, son'

Over-explaining easily backfires

IT was at the end of my daughter's fourth birthday party that Erika lost it.

Life lessons in the wild

IN September, Lions Gate Christian Academy launched an Outdoor Education program that instills independence, teamwork, life skills and environmental awareness. There has been an enthusiastic response from Grade 9 and 10 students.