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A witness to history

LEARNING about the past from people who lived it is one of the great pleasures of writing this column. Edna Morse, born in Vancouver on June 5, 1913, and a resident of West Vancouver since 1938, has memories that go back a very long way.

Referendum defeat puts end to HST

North Shore voters among few to buck provincial trend

Star creates stir on ice cream outing

A West Vancouver concession stand got swept up in excitement when Hollywood A-lister Matt Damon stopped by for a visit Wednesday afternoon.

Goldsmith-Jones announces departure

Pam Goldsmith-Jones announced Wednesday that she would not seek re-election as mayor of West Vancouver.

Fashion file

Girly Bling and Fashion Fling: Donations of gently worn on-trend women's clothing and accessories are wanted for this fundraiser that will take place Saturday, Sept. 17, 1-4 p.m. at North Shore Neighbourhood House.

North Shore war on park invaders growing

Groups expand efforts to kill unwanted species

Dog's poisoning sparks warning

NORTH Vancouver's Princess Park had long been Rob McLeod's favourite place to take his dogs for walks, until the day they came home sick.

North Shore supporters pay tribute to Layton

Late NDP leader called 'miracle worker'


Name: Monica Boisin Listening to: Tupac Shakur Monica's has had her iPod Nano Touch for a couple of months and has 2,000 songs loaded onto it.

Lost hikers rescued by helicopter

North Shore team finds victims trapped by swollen creek