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Pet pause

Pet's name: Harill. Pet's breed: pure pomeranian. Pet tale: This fluffy guy was spotted enjoying some rare summer sunshine by taking a stroll around Ambleside dog park.

Cops seek good samaritans

WEST Vancouver police are looking for a few good people to staff their victim services division.

A memorable moment with Whatsername

MY husband Stanley is a delightful fellow. He is cheerful and kind and has many talents, not the least of which is his way with a grill

Community bulletin board

Espiritu Vocal Ensemble, a high-profile community choir that performs a wide variety of music, is looking for motivated singers for the upcoming fall season. Singers should have basic music reading skills. Rehearsals take place Mondays, 7-9 p.m.

Blue Bridge bites the dust

Eyesore's end comes six months later than planned

B.C. Teachers' Federation issues strike notice

NORTH Shore parents will likely notice some minor changes to the school routine this fall after teachers issued 72-hour strike notice Wednesday. The move by the B.C.

Former North Vancouver Mountie sues RCMP over pot raids

A former North Vancouver Mountie is suing the government and the RCMP for raiding his home twice and seizing his medicinal marijuana supply.

Get ready for back to school

Page 20 Shake off some calories with Zumba. page 25 Eldercollege celebrates 20 years. page 27 Making the transition to university.

Calls keep rescuers running

Crews face exhausting weekend of back-to-back deployments

Heed fined $11,000 but retains seat

FORMER West Vancouver top cop Kash Heed won't lose his seat in the legislature but will have to pay an $11,000 fine for overspending his election campaign limits, B.C. Supreme Court's Chief Justice has ruled. "Regardless of Mr.