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Lost hikers rescued by helicopter

North Shore team finds victims trapped by swollen creek

Climate change threatens NV mud flats

CLIMATE change will bring frequent flooding to the Lower Lynn and Maplewood areas of North Vancouver, according to new maps from the province.

Province may seize West Vancouver home involved in human trafficking case

The home of a West Vancouver woman who has been charged with human trafficking may soon be the property of the B.C. government, if the Supreme Court approves a forfeiture claim filed Thursday.

NV companies vie for green tech prize

TWO North Shore research companies have made the latest round of a province-wide innovation contest that aims to promote green technologies.

Mountie springs skunk from McFlurry trap

A North Vancouver RCMP officer put herself in the line of fire early Friday morning behind a confused and disoriented skunk with its head stuck in a McFlurry cup. Cpl.

Calendar

GALLERIES Artemis Gallery: 104C-4390 Gallant Ave., North Vancouver. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 12: 30-5 p.m. Info: 6049294354 or artemisinthecove@ gmail.com. Artists for Kids Gallery: 810 West 21st St., North Vancouver.

CD releases

AUG. 18 The Weeknd (a.k.a. Toronto R&B star Abel Tesfaye) released his second album, Thursday Mixtape, as a free download on Aug. 18 (www. the-weeknd.com).

Breaking the cable that binds

SOME years ago, not long after I returned from university, it came to my attention that cable is the worst thing ever.

First cracks appear in BC Liberal facade

This has been a summer of quiet discontent for B.C. Liberals

Matt Damon stops for ice cream at West Vancouver concession stand

A West Vancouver concession stand got swept up in excitement when Hollywood A-lister Matt Damon stopped by for a visit on Wednesday afternoon.