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West Vancouver council asks staff to revisit budget hike

COUN. Michael Lewis led a call Monday for West Vancouver municipal staff to axe the 1.74 per cent property tax increase proposed in the district's 2012 draft budget.

North Vancouver Remembrance Day planner recognized

Remembrance Day planning earns award

North Vancouver City promotes Penway

Longtime City of North Vancouver planner Gary Penway has been promoted to director of the community development department.

Report highlights soaring West Vancouver land values

DESPITE minor assessment dips in even the upper echelons, West Vancouver has retained its title as home to some of the highest-assessed property in the country.

Terminal changes temporary at Horseshoe Bay

North Shore motorists and passengers headed out to Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast or Bowen Island on a B.C. Ferries vessel this week will have to keep a close eye on instructions from ferry workers.

34 banks hit in 10 weeks

2 charged; Lower Mainland-wide crime spree included 3 North Vancouver holdups

Pointless barking yourself while raising dogs

TO understand the mind of a teenager, one must first understand the mind of a dog. Like a teenager, any selfrespecting dog will try to get away with whatever it can.

North Shore high-end homes retain assessed values

West Van sees some of largest gains in B.C

Fake niece cons North Vancouver man for thousands

Scammer had name and family knowledge

North Vancouver City changes up senior administrators

THE City of North Vancouver has appointed a new deputy city manager to oversee some of the big changes underway in the community, including developments on the waterfront and the Lonsdale corridor. Richard White was officially handed the job Feb.
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