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Dyslexia case goes to Supreme

A North Vancouver father will have his day in the highest court of the land on Thursday.

Growing Pains

Getting to grips with urban agriculture

Workshop targets fraud

THE West Vancouver Police Department is reaching out to the public to help stop fraud before it happens.

Teachers to vote on next strike action in April

British Columbias teachers arent going to walk out on students at least not yet. The B.C.

District eyes tax hike of 2%

PROPERTY taxes will rise by two per cent in the District of North Vancouver this year if the community's draft five-year financial plan is approved next month.

Mulch is a good addition

GARDENING on a budget? No problem. There are plenty of options to help beautify your yard inexpensively.

Green guide

City Park Rehabilitation Project: All are welcome to help remove invasive plants Saturday, March 24, 9 a.m.-noon. Meet in the cul-de-sac of Fell Avenue and 17th Street, North Vancouver. Refreshments, tools and gloves will be provided.

North Van firm scraps West Edmonton Mall submarine fleet

Being hired to demolish the submarines in the West Edmonton Malls defunct undersea excursion is one of the oddest jobs North Vancouver-based All Sea Enterprises has been hired for, said Matt Bone, senior surface engineer.

Mayor looks to bill drivers for transit

Plan would put levy on cars or tax gas to help fund regional system

Sympathy for the developer

"The Urban Development Institute - Pacific (UDI) is the premier industry body that represents the interests of British Columbia's leading residential, commercial, industrial and institutional developers.
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