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Election campaigns not cheap in B.C

THE start to B.C.'s official pre-campaign period for the 2013 election campaign is well underway.

Police seize gun hoard in West Vancouver

A West Vancouver man is in custody and facing a host of charges after police responded to a domestic assault call and seized a cache of guns and ammunition Saturday night.

Conservatives name a candidate

David Jones will take on Sultan in West Vancouver-Capilano

West Vancouver drivers keep police busy Thursday

3 accidents include 2 'runaways'
City agrees to creative parking solution

City agrees to creative parking solution

First in N. America to try double-decker parking

Gun hoard seized in West Vancouver domestic assault investigation

A West Vancouver man is in custody and facing a host of charges after police responded to a domestic assault call and seized a cache of guns and ammunition Saturday night.

Leicester planning its own museum

Plans have been launched to build a Richard III museum following last week's confirmation that human remains found in a car park (on the site of the medieval Greyfriars church beneath Leicester city centre) are those of the former 15th-century king o

Coming attractions

WEST Vancouver secondary students Matthew Rhodes (left), Rachel Burt and Allie Turner rehearse for the upcoming WVSS Theatre Co.

TransLink dysfunctional, says WV mayor

THE District of West Vancouver pays too much money to TransLink and Metro Vancouver for too little service, according to Mayor Michael Smith. "It's TransLink. It's a completely dysfunctional organization," he said. "They have a board of directors.

PINK Shirt day is all about anti-bullying and including everyone

Pink Shirt Day is against all types of bullying, such as cyber bullying, verbal bullying, physical bullying and emotional bullying. Bullying can be many things but usually it's racism, making fun of another's religion or even physical.