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Iran visa closure draws fire in N. Van

MEMBERS of North Vancouver's Iranian community say their family members have been abandoned by Canada following a recent decision to close the Canadian visa office in Tehran.

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Summer Artisan Craft Fairs: Local artisans and crafters will display and sell their handcrafted items July 22 and Aug. 18-19, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at Civic Plaza, 14th Street and Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.
North Van fixture likely to close doors

North Van fixture likely to close doors

Lynnwood Hotel up for sale, possible demolition

Rescuers seek cash buffer

Looking for stability, volunteers aim to build massive legacy fund

A dream of splendid, miserable isolation

SUMMER is supposed to be a time of convivial living, of "dropping by" and "getting together" in a no-fuss, no-muss fashion

District invites residents to talk trash

Garbage, garburators and laziness hot topics at DNV waste workshop

Couple take on tradition with fin-free NV wedding

WHEN Jenny Chau and Ben Lai tie the knot atop Grouse Mountain next month, they'll be leaving behind generations of Chinese wedding tradition.

Cool breeze not worth bears in your home: expert

If a bear wanders up to the door you've left open for a summer breeze to blow through, don't expect him to knock. The North Shore has seen two recent incidents of bears entering homes via open doors, one on June 10 and one just last week.

Sailor faces porn charges

A sailor from a Hong Kong-registered freighter has been charged with possession of child pornography after Canadian Border Services officers noticed images on his laptop during a check of the ship in North Vancouver.

Corner store closes in on licence

Meeting hears support for plan to sell wine alongside slushies