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The Storyteller: Four masked characters and a musician will bring to life the folklore of trolls with the help of some audience participation Feb. 3, 10 a.m., Feb. 4, 2 p.m. and Feb. 5, 1 and 4 p.m.

North Van tennis star takes Grand Slam miss in stride

NORTH Vancouver tennis phenom Filip Peliwo swung for the fences last week and just missed a Grand Slam, finishing second in junior mens singles at the Australian Open in Melbourne.

City orders illegal fiveplex owner to rip out three suites

THE City of North Vancouver has launched another lawsuit against a building owner, saying he illegally converted a duplex into a fiveplex, in contravention of the citys construction regulations and its zoning bylaw.
Enquist Ski Race on Seymour Mountain

Enquist Ski Race on Seymour Mountain

Woman posing as niece takes North Vancouver man for thousands

A North Vancouver senior was scammed out of $6,000 last week after a woman claiming to be his niece convinced him to wire her money to help her out of a legal bind. The suspect phoned the 80-year-old Jan.

City to weigh huge waterfront redevelopment

THE future of the City of North Vancouver's Harbourside lands will be studied for four to six months by a city staff-led task force, council decided Monday night after a heated discussion.

Crown witness in murder trial breaks down in tears

A witness who testified about being told gruesome details of an axe murder broke down under cross-examination in B.C. Supreme Court Friday, weeping and telling a judge, "I don't want to be here. I didn't want to testify.

Digital help for tracking lost pets

IF you've ever lost a pet, you know how distressing and time-consuming the search can be. The BC SPCA recently announced a new tool to help: an online pet search site that will help reunite thousands of lost pets with their anxious families.

City to create Harbourside task force

800-unit residential proposal south of automall would require change to OCP

How to lose friends and irritate people

A chum of mine has decided to rent himself out as Vancouver's first human "defriender." He told me this after a few Chinese New Year's drinks. I agreed that it was a grand scheme.
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