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Focus on the Future: The Canadian Federation of University Women will host a series of interactive workshops led by professionals who are in leadership positions in their respective careers.

Grouse Grinders raise $130K for kids

GROUSE Grind hikers raised more than $130,000 this year for B.C. Children's Hospital.

CLBC needs more help than a flashlight

IF the confusing words of former minister of social development Harry Bloy do not ring a bell, the subject of Drake Fenton's North Shore News story will become clear as you read on. But first I have to ask you some questions.

19 Subarus stolen from North Vancouver

THE RCMP want to know why 19 Subarus have been stolen from the streets of North Vancouver, only to reappear a few days later within a six-block radius of Kingsway and Edmonds in Burnaby.

North Vancouver school trustee recount possible

There's the potential for a recount in the City of North Vancouver school trustee elections

Cap women's basketball rebuilds without its stars

A philosophical question: if a championship basketball team returns the next season without most of it's starting lineup, does it still carry with it that unmistakable aura of a typical defending champion? Paul Chiarenza, head coach of the Capilano U

NV youth to play Carnegie Hall

WINDSOR secondary student Nicholas Walsh has been selected for the 2012 American High School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall. According to a written statement, he will be a part of the Honors Orchestra as a trombone player.

Missing man may be lost on Baden Powell, say police

Vancouver police have called on North Shore Rescue volunteers to help them track down a man they believe may have vanished on the Baden Powell Trail. Brian Safari Mbaruk, 21, last spoke to family at about noon on Friday, according to investigators.

North Shore dodges worst of powerful storm

North and West Vancouver escaped largely unscathed from an overnight windstorm that left tens of thousands without power in other parts of the Lower Mainland.

Fire forces low-rise evacuation

Dozens of residents of a North Vancouver apartment building faced a chilly morning Saturday when a suite in the complex caught fire, forcing them outside.