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DNV re-engineers slide warning system

PUBLIC safety managers at the District of North Vancouver are hoping an early warning system that tells residents when the risks of a liquid landslide are high will be back up and operating soon.

March dadness wins out

MY definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a bunch of pimply college kids to thrill me with their basketball results.

Break-and-enter victim pleads for return of stolen home movies

North Vancouver RCMP and the victim of a recent break-and-enter are pleading for the return of some stolen property that is of no value to anyone but the victim.

North shore's entertainment guide

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Darrell Mussatto tops North Shore in election expenses

HOW much are candidates willing to pay to represent you on council on the North Shore? About $335,500, if the 2011 municipal election is the standard.

MP Weston seeks to create national fitness day

WEST Vancouver's MP is campaigning to make a national affair of his love of healthy living.

Top court told North Vancouver special ed program cut was discrimination

OTTAWA Lawyers argued Thursday that when Rick Moore had to pull his dyslexic son out of the public school system and enrol him in a private school, the North Vancouver school district was discriminating against a child with a disability.

Capilano park tree cutting investigation continues

Residents who live around the east side of Capilano River Regional Park can expect a stern letter from Metro Vancouver soon in the wake of someone illegally cut down about 35 trees in the park in January.

City OKs coach house 50% over limit

The City of North Vancouver has approved a proposal for a coach house with a floor area close to 50 per cent above the existing limit.

$240K net to shield homes from deadly slides

CREWS from the District of North Vancouver will start to lay the groundwork this month for a debris net that aims to protect homes from potentially deadly slides in Mosquito Creek.
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