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TransLink seeks to hike fares next year

TRANSIT fares will be on the rise again next year if a proposal tabled by TransLink last month gets approved. The transit authority is calling for a 25-cent increase for onezone tickets and a 50-cent increase for two-and three-zone tickets.

West Vancouver home targeted in arson attack

THE RCMP has confirmed a fire that damaged a home in West Vancouver early Friday morning was an arson linked to an ongoing investigation involving the Justice Institute and a former ICBC employee.

Body found on Grouse likely victim of hypothermia

THE woman found dead near a Grouse Mountain ski run Tuesday afternoon appears to have been a victim of hypothermia, say police. The 52-year-old was discovered in the bushes at about 3 p.m. just 100 metres from the mountain's Paradise ski run.

Karen Magnussen still hurting from gas leak

Olympic skater's version of ammonia leak mishap differs from N. Shore Winter Club's

Fashion file

Wedding fair: Style & Strut will bring bridal fashions to the Sutton Place Hotel, 845 Burrard St. in Vancouver, on Sunday, Jan. 22, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Advance registration required. Ticket information is available at www.styleandstrut.ca.

You too can be finance minister

Pick a way to balance B.C.'s budget online

Gay divorce dogs Harper

Prime Minster Stephen Harper couldnt avoid the issue of same-sex marriage on his visit to North Vancouver on Thursday. But he would prefer not to talk about it.

Transit fare hikes on the horizon

Transit fares will be on the rise again next year if a proposal tabled by TransLink last month gets approved. The transit authority is calling for a 25-cent increase for one-zone tickets and a 50-cent increase for two- and three-zone tickets.

CNV must control port's rail expansion

"The fact that our Low Level Road impedes (Port Metro Vancouver's) ability to expand without consultation does not give PMV the right to mislead the public on the design outcome of this project." Marianne Ketchen, North Shore News, Nov.

North Vancouver mayors to oversee pricey replacement of sewage plant

Both North Vancouver mayors will play leading roles at Metro Vancouver in the replacement of the Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant.
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