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Court rejects eagle trafficker's defence

A man who told a judge he had an aboriginal right to trade eagle parts that he kept stashed at a North Vancouver workshop has lost his argument in court.

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FASHION FILE Wellness Day: Connect Health, an integrative medicine clinic, is hosting a Wellness Day fundraiser on Monday, April 30.

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Stranded hiker spends chilly night behind Grouse

A poorly prepared hiker who spent a chilly night behind Grouse Mountain was spared from a much worse ordeal by a pack of matches, according to the team who rescued him.

Up to 11 from NV face riot charges

THIS year's hopes for a Canucks Stanley Cup win may be over, but last year's hockey riot will continue to be replayed in the courts for several people from North Vancouver.

Kids storefront taken in error

Mom pleads for return of playhouse

Playhouse plea pays off

Two North Vancouver boys who lost a playhouse in an apparent mix-up with a passerby have got their treasured toy back thanks to their plea in Fridays North Shore News.

ICBC workers vote to strike

await LRB ruling

Court turns down shipyard worker who quit over allergies

A man who developed persistent allergies after being exposed to harsh chemicals at Vancouver Shipyards won't get his job back, because he voluntarily gave it up, the B.C. Court of Appeal has ruled.

WV ups funds to court diversion

THE North Shore Restorative Justice Society had its West Vancouver budget unofficially tripled at a council meeting Monday.