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Harbourside task force deadlocks city council

CITY of North Vancouver council is deadlocked on the best way to move forward with a huge development proposal that would transform the city's waterfront. With Coun.

You can turn left on a red - sometimes

QUESTION: I would like some clarification on left turns onto a one way street on a red light.

North Shore first responders hail hospice opening

Early in Brent Wishearts fire-fighting career he suffered second- and third-degree burns from a small explosion while extinguishing a fire on a fishing boat.

VPD deems shooting of bipolar man 'lawful'


Cops issue warning to lawless bikers

Summer is a popular time for dirt bikers to haul their noisy rides out of the garage and go tear up a trail or two, but North Vancouvers RCMP detachment wants dirt bikers to know they had better keep their pastime within the law or face some hefty pe
North Vancouver man wounded in shootout now missing

North Vancouver man wounded in shootout now missing

A North Vancouver man who was injured in a gangland-style Richmond shootout four years ago has gone missing.

VIDEO: 2011 North Vancouver Canada Day Parade

On the morning of Friday, July 1st, thousands of people of all ages gathered along North Vancouvers Lonsdale Avenue for the 2011 Canada Day parade.

HST vote deadline extended

The deadline for voters to weigh in on whether or not to keep the HST has been pushed back to Aug. 5. Craig James, B.C.

First Nation tourism growing

The Khot-La-Cha gallery and gift shop has seen boom and bust in their 40 years in North Vancouver, but the last few years have been especially good.

Supreme Court will hear North Vancouver parent's appeal

A North Vancouver father is elated that his legal case charging that the North Vancouver school district didn't do enough to help his dyslexic son to learn will be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada.
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