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Cypress has earliest opening ever

West Vancouver's Cypress Mountain kicked off its ski season Tuesday, marking the earliest opening in the resort's history.

West Vancouver trustee debate draws few

Cuts to libraries and classroom support concern

North Vancouver school board

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Kids' stuff

Candy Buy Back: Dr. Pocock's orthodontist office will launch their annual program where you can bring in your Halloween candy and they will give you $1 per pound. You can choose to keep the money or donate it to the Children's Hospital.

Thief who killed 2 with stolen car gets 7 years

FAMILIES of two motorcyclists killed by a North Vancouver man who crashed into them with a stolen car say they're disappointed he won't be spending more time in jail.

Food calendar

Celebrity Chef Cooking Classes: The fall series of classes will run until Nov. 21. Chefs will teach by example, preparing unique and elegant four-course dinners paired with wine.

Green guide

Nourish Your Community: Too much fruit on your trees? If you have a hard time eating all of your fruit, don't let it go to waste. Donate it.

Tipping fees to rise at transfer station

METRO Vancouver tipping fees will go up again next year for garbage taken to the transfer station. Starting Jan. 1, the new fee will be $107 per tonne of nonrecyclable trash, up $10.

Fuss-free plant care

EVERY once in awhile I come across a great product on store shelves. This one in particular caught my eye.

4 Cap students win tourism prize

FOUR Capilano University students took home a first-place award at the annual Tourism and Hospitality Case Competition at the B.C. Tourism Industry Conference.
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