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Crash passengers identified as West Vancouver couple

THE B.C. Coroners Service has identified the two passengers killed in a floatplane crash near Peachland, Sunday, as a couple from West Vancouver.

Cuts leave North Van beaches without lifeguards

FAMILIES looking to cool off with a dip at Cates or Panorama parks this summer will have to look out for themselves after lifeguard positions at the two parks were scuttled in budget cutbacks.

West Vancouver takes silver in adultery ranking

West Vancouver has won the dubious distinction of being the second most adulterous community in the Lower Mainland, according to a dating website that specializes in infidelity. AshleyMadison.

The right to food

The combination of widespread hunger and rampant overeating has left us in the midst of a global health disaster, according to a United Nations representative on the right to food.

Mayors look for bigger slice of nation's tax pie

TWO North Shore mayors hope a meeting with 86 of their counterparts from across the province this week will help their communities get a heftier share of Canada's tax revenue. The first ever B.C.

Getting the nitty gritty on dirt

All North Shore residents can now drop their green cans at the curb, and include food scraps in it along with their yard trimmings for recycling

Mountain biking victim identified

A man who was killed in a mountain biking accident near Cypress Bowl last week has been identified.

Community bulletin board

Drop-in Book Club: The club will meet Wednesdays, every six weeks through June from 7 to 8: 30 p.m. at the North Vancouver City Library, 120 West 14th St. Books will be distributed at the end of each meeting for the following month's discussion.

Business coping with minimum wage hike

WV Chamber of Commerce VP says increase long overdue
Seycove vs STM Girls Soccer

Seycove vs STM Girls Soccer

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