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Police hunt home invader across Canada

A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for 36-year-old John Boyd Creasey in connection with a North Vancouver home invasion. Police allege Creasey broke into a Delbrook Avenue area home around 4 a.m. on the morning of Aug.

MLA McIntyre won't run in 2013

Sultan, Yamamoto, Thornthwaite say they will all seek re-election

Cyclists want Keith Rd bike lane

Car rear-ends NV resident, injuring him and destroying bike

Crown seeks jail for N. Van rioter

A Crown prosecutor has asked for 30 to 90 days in jail for a North Vancouver man who was captured on video looting the Sears store in downtown Vancouver during the Stanley Cup hockey riot last year.

TWO North Shore MLAs named to cabinet posts

WEST Vancouver-Capilano MLA Ralph Sultan has joined cabinet after a decade as a Liberal backbencher. Sultan, 79, was appointed as Minister of State for Seniors Wednesday morning as B.C. Premier Christy Clark announced a cabinet shuffle.

Store robber sought

Suspect brandished gun during robberies
PHOTOS: Carson Graham School reopens

PHOTOS: Carson Graham School reopens

Metro to plan electric vehicle charging stations

ELECTRIC vehicle charging stations are coming to a neighborhood near you. Metro Vancouver has received a $75,000 grant from the Community Charging Infrastructure Fund's Planning Incentive to map out 75 to 150 charging stations in greater Vancouver.

Government workers stage 1-day strike

North Shore government workers, including liquor store clerks, child protection workers and justice ministry staff, walked the picket line Wednesday to draw attention to frozen wages and stalled contract talks.

News sales' director to be Courier's publisher

AFTER 17 years at the North Shore News, director of sales and marketing Dee Dhaliwal leaves the newspaper this month to step into the role of publisher at the Vancouver Courier.