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City backs works yard land swap

375 apartments to be built on yard's present West Second site

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

A heck of a lot of trust for $8B

"Are you in favour of extinguishing the HST (harmonized sales tax) and reinstating the PST (provincial sales tax) in conjunction with the GST (goods and services tax)?" IF you do not want the HST to continue in British Columbia, you must vote "Yes" t

Staying put would have helped rescuers

Lost skier's wandering made finding him more difficult

Alcohol, speed factors in highway-closing crash

THE driver of a car that may have been travelling at 200 kilometres an hour before it crashed on Highway 1 last week failed a roadside sobriety test. The crash closed the eastbound highway for three hours on the evening of June 29.

Phone scammer bilks West Vancouver senior out of thousands

West Vancouver police are once again warning seniors to be wary of suspicious phone calls after a 91-year-old woman was scammed out of $2,000.

Enjoy the sights and sounds of Maplewood

WHAT in the world is a "big sit"? Every summer at Maplewood Conservation Area, the Wild Bird Trust holds a big-sit event.

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.
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