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Pastis Celebrates Tomatoes: A special three-course prix fixe menu for $45 that celebrates this sunny, end-of-summer fruit will be available until Sept. 29 at Bistro Pastis, 2153 West Fourth Ave., Vancouver.

When the moon's in a cake, that's amore

CRITICS allege that flirtatious emails sent between the parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bob Dechert, and Chinese journalist Shi Rong represented a security breach, because the Xinhua News Agency for which Rong works is wid

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Broken main floods North Vancouver homes

Broken main floods North Vancouver homes

Aging ceramic pipes blamed for expensive Lynn Valley mishap

Trapped cat still in search of owner

Carson, the cat that spent as much as a month trapped inside Carson Graham secondary, is still homeless.

Police release sketch of Lighthouse Park victim

West Vancouver police are turning to the public for help in identifying the remains of a man pulled from the ocean off Lighthouse Park. The victim was found Sept. 1, and investigators believe the man likely died a few days before then.

Bacon fat and the end of all things

A short time ago, while I was making bacon as it happens, I came to realize that I don't want the world to end. Some of you may be surprised that I had to go so far as to make bacon to decide that the collapse of civilization would be a bad thing.

Next Rodgers Creek phase approved

WV council grants development permits for Mulgrave area homes

Boat thieves active in West Vancouver

West Vancouver police say there has been a rash of thefts from moored boats recently and, in one case, the boat itself was stolen.

MP John Weston visits Iraq

West Vancouver MP John Weston says he has a renewed appreciation for Canadian freedoms after recently returning from Iraq, where he spoke to government officials about human rights.