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North Van celebrity chef Anthony Sedlak found dead

29-year-old's sudden death unexplained

What's going on

WEDNESDAY The Ambleside Orchestra rehearses Wednesdays, 3: 30-5: 30 p.m. at Highlands United Church, 3255 Edgemont Blvd., North Vancouver under the direction of Nicolas Krusek. There are opportunities for string players.

Dropped call sparks armed raid

Officers surround Deep Cove home after apparent prank

City of North Van mulls new waterfront museum

THE long-empty pipe shop building at the foot of Lonsdale Avenue could soon get a new lease on life if the City of North Vancouver follows through on a tentative plan to house a new museum there.

N. Shore Nations vow to take on pipeline

Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh sign declaration

Kids' Stuff

Summer Storytimes: North Vancouver District Public Library is offering summer storytimes at each of its three branches for babies to eightyear-olds. For schedule see

Green guide

Watershed Tours: See where your water comes from with guided bus and walking tours until Sept. 16 at the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve or the Capilano Watershed. Registration required: 604432-6430 or toursreg@ Schedule: www.

Catch of the day

AFTER learning the basics of proper fishing technique, five-year-old Kaylie Fung casts her rod with her dad Nelson lending a hand during the Learn to Fish Program at Rice Lake on Sunday. The Freshwater Fisheries Society of B.C.

OPINION: Immigration sets justice against humanity

This month, we introduced the Faster Removal of Foreign Criminals Act (Bill C-43). Convicted foreign criminals and fraudsters should not be able to rely on endless appeals as a loophole in order to delay their deportation from Canada.

Invasive weed raises alarms

North Shore is 'ground zero' for concrete-cracking knotweed