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Car salesman scams $260K

Crown seeks 2-year sentence

CTF contract has a few holes

Taxpayers are stretched thin and are asking candidates for office to give a hard, long look at ways to hold the line on taxes, reduce spending, and become more transparent and accountable . . .

New West Vancouver firehall decision on hold

New plans trim costs by $25M but choices left to new council

Organic meat products recalled

Processing a concern; no illness reported

NV residents awarded for climate change work

TWO North Vancouver residents are among the latest Simon Fraser University recipients of graduate research fellowships from the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS).

Judge rules Marley not defamed at election meeting

A B.C. Supreme Court judge has rejected a West Vancouver man's claim that he was defamed by comments made during a 2009 provincial all-candidates forum.

Take time to give thanks

THANKSGIVING is generally viewed as the time to be thankful for a successful harvest. Historically, those who settled in Canada from various countries brought their traditions to the harvest celebrations. Interestingly, there was another explanation.

Grandmother falls for scam

POLICE are calling attention to the "grandparents scam" for the fourth time this year after a North Vancouver senior fell victim to the ruse. The North Vancouver woman received a call Sept.

Kids' stuff

North Shore Celtic Ensemble: Children ages nine to 11 who have at least two years of violin, ongoing private lessons and an interest in Celtic music are invited to play in a lively ensemble. Rehearsals take place Wednesdays from 7: 30 to 8: 30 p.m.

UPDATED: Crash sends West Vancouver officer, 'distressed' man to hospital

It appears the collision that closed several lanes of the Upper Levels highway Tuesday afternoon involved a distressed young man who stole a friends car from Capilano University, according to police.