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West Vancouver brushes itself off after windstorm

Work crews continued to clean up the mess Tuesday morning, a day after a bout of vicious weather toppled trees and brought down power lines across West Vancouver.

West Vancouver traffic stop nets four arrests and a weapon

A routine traffic stop last week netted West Vancouver police four arrests and a concealed weapon. A West Vancouver officer pulled over a black Honda Accord in the 3700-block of Cypress Bowl Road Sept.

Church campers plucked from 300-metre cliff face

Two kids from a church camp had a close call on the weekend when they got trapped at the top of a 300-metre drop-off on Anvil Island and had to be rescued by air.

Municipal watchdog no cure-all

RARELY if ever have I seen advocates of limited government get so excited about expanding the province's bureaucracy.

Radioactive spill ship in legal limbo off North Vancouver

Empty ship for sale by bankrupt owners while cargo's costs subject of civil suit
PHOTOS: Adventure Challenge

PHOTOS: Adventure Challenge

PHOTOS: Manie's Garden

PHOTOS: Manie's Garden

Community bulletin board

Boat Show at the Creek: The fifth annual boat show will run until Sept. 25, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Mosquito Creek Marina, 415 Esplanade, North Vancouver. There will be over 200 boats on display, marine vendors, children's activities, beer garden and more.
Squamish Nation stars play soccer for Spain

Squamish Nation stars play soccer for Spain

FOR Lyle Reginald, a man who spent the last 23 years of his life cheering on his children at every opportunity, there is only one drawback to having two of his daughters head off to Spain to play semipro soccer against some of Europe's best players:

Volatile markets divide good and bad managers

THE volatility over the past three years has created a difficult market for all investors and investment managers alike.