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Electorate turns off, tunes out B.C. Liberals

THE evidence is in: British Columbians have collectively hit the "off" switch to anything the B.C. Liberal government has to say. Nothing the B.C.

Rowling writes outside comfort zone

? The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling, Little, Brown and Company, 503 pages, $36.99. When the popular councilor Barry Fairbrother drops dead outside the clubhouse restaurant of the local golf course an unprecedented power struggle is set in motion.

Pedestrian dies after being hit by car in Ambleside

A woman has died after a being hit by a vehicle in Ambleside Wednesday night. The West Vancouver Police Department received multiple 9-1-1 calls just after 6: 30 p.m.

Bright Lights

Silk Purse art exhibition opening Vancouver painter and printmaker Greg Allen was celebrated at an opening reception for a current exhibition of his work at the Silk Purse Arts Centre Feb. 19.

WV to restrict turns off Marine Drive

MOTORISTS looking to take a left off Marine Drive onto 14th or 16th streets during afternoon rush hour will need to find alternate routes beginning March 4. from Marine Drive onto the two thoroughfares between four and six p.m.

Report raises questions on North Vancouver shipbuilder

Seaspan boss shocked and disappointed on sugggestions of skills shortage

North Vancouver Realtor key in kidnap trial

Botched cash transfer alleged starting point

Avalanche experts put the North Shore on high alert

Heavy rain and wind shut Mount Seymour and Cypress ski hills

Fashion File

Spring fashion show: Wear Else at Park Royal will hold an in-store runway presentation on Friday, March 8 at 11: 30 a.m.

Seymour closes for a day after snowplow mishap

IT was a quiet Sunday for what should have been a busy day of fresh powder on Mt. Seymour.