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What's next for HP?

AS the fallout from HP's abrupt change of direction continues, I am left wondering what the real impact of HP's moves will be on the high-tech community.

Ferry sailings to be slashed

Horseshoe Bay runs face cuts as BC Ferries struggles with deficit

Teens may face racing charges

TWO young drivers were collared by the West Vancouver police Friday morning following an apparent street race on Cypress Bowl Road. An officer was training his speed laser on passing vehicles just after 10 a.m.

Encourage learning at home

IN a previous column I talked about teenagers who choose to drop out of school. The question about dropouts, which was posed by a reader, reminded me of the days when the Vancouver Grizzlies were in town.

Order of BC honours three North Shore residents

Three North Shore residents have been named members of the Order of British Columbia, an honour extended to those who have excelled in any field benefiting their fellow British Columbians.

Food Network series takes a bite out of North Vancouver

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives samples The Tomahawk's home-style fare

Police raise alarm over West Vancouver charity scammer

WEST Vancouver Police are sounding the alarm over a man who has allegedly been posing as a fundraiser for cancer research. The suspected fraudster appeared at the door of at least three West Vancouver homes Aug.

Drug trial gives hope to North Vancouver family

Boy is first Canadian to receive experimental treatment for rare disorder

Get moving with Zumba

Fitness craze takes off in North Van

Dorm room decor

IS your little bird about to leave the home nest for university? Help them feather their new one, with colourful and comfortable bedding and accessories to make their dorm room feel a little more like home.