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WV now eligible for small grant

THE Vancouver Foundation is expanding its Neighbourhood Small Grants program to include West Vancouver. The program started in 1999 with one neighbourhood, and soon expanded to nine, and then 16 neighbourhoods.

What's going on

SUNDAY North Shore Cric Crac Storytelling Evenings presented by the Vancouver Society of Storytelling take place the first Sunday of every month, 7-9 p.m. at the Silk Purse Arts Centre, 1570 Argyle Ave., West Vancouver.

Edgemont community workshop added

AFTER two packed meetings concerning the future of Edgemont Village, a third community workshop has been scheduled for Monday from six to nine p.m. at Highlands United Church.

Montroyal fed up with speeders

Ravine crash result of speed, say police

I know I'm doomed to play big-eared Daisy

A San Francisco-based "handcrafted travel" company invites you to "step into the world of Downton Abbey.
City's heritage register to grow

City's heritage register to grow

DOZENS more homes may soon be added to the City of North Vancouver's heritage register, much to the dismay of some homeowners.

Tips target sustainability

Cool North Shore is a citizen-led non-profit society focused on helping individuals and groups on the path to sustainability. The following tips are offered on their website. APPLIANCES .

Bright lights

The opening for Michiko Suzuki's solo exhibition, A Feeler, took place on Valentine's Day and featured a champagne and chocolate reception at West Vancouver's Bellevue Gallery.

The story behind the story

PINK Shirt Day, also called Anti-Bullying Day in some provinces, was originally started by an act of bullying in a Nova Scotia high school in 2007. Media reports at the time noted that a Grade 9 boy was bullied because he was wearing a pink shirt.

Options for volunteers

THE FOLLOWING is a selection of volunteer opportunities from various community organizations, made available through Volunteer North Shore, a service of North Shore Community Resources Society.