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B&E victim pleads for return of family movies

NORTH Vancouver RCMP and the victim of a recent break-and-enter are pleading for the return of some stolen property that is of no value to anyone but the victim.

NV RCMP warn against fake IDs

NORTH Vancouver RCMP say they are noticing an uptick in the number of incidences of minors being caught with fake IDs. According to a press release from Cpl.

Ticketing 'bonus' a fallacy

Question Do police officers get a bonus for how many criminals they catch, or a case they solve, or are members just paid as they rise in the ranks. Steven Bain North Vancouver ---------------- Dear Mr.

Cap coaches say goodbye

Longtime Blues Desjardins and Chiarenza leave lasting legacies

Kids' stuff

Double Take: Presentation House Gallery will hold a photography contest designed to inspire and encourage youth. Students are requested to choose an older image and show how the same place, person, object or building has changed over time.
Cap coaches say goodbye

Cap coaches say goodbye

Longtime Blues Desjardins and Chiarenza leave lasting legacies

Birds in the bush worth something too

"I don't ask for the meaning of the song of a bird or the rising of the sun on a misty morning. There they are, and they are beautiful.

Community bulletin board

My Favourite Things Photo Contest: North Vancouver Museum and Archives will hold a social media "show and tell" until May 15 in conjunction with their latest exhibit "Made in B.C. - Homegrown Design.

Coaching carousel spins at Capilano

THE Capilano University athletic department may need to stock up on a new coaching tool to start the 2012-13 season: nametags.

City OKs 2% tax hike but nixes Harry Jerome levy

COUNCILLORS for the City of North Vancouver gave preliminary approval Monday to a two per cent tax rise in 2012, but voted down a staff recommendation for an additional one per cent levy to help pay for the redevelopment of Harry Jerome recreation ce