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Bring on the sheep

WE are gobsmacked by City of North Vancouver Coun. Linda Buchanan's comments during Monday night's debate over Onni Group's latest proposal for redeveloping the Safeway site at 13th Street and Lonsdale Avenue.

I'm still taking a stand - but I don't like it

Dear Editor: It's been an oddly quiet spring for me. I've seen more of my family and been getting marking and lesson planning done after school. I've had more time for myself. I'm not sure I like it.

Barriers remain for parent volunteers in schools: BCCPAC

Dear PAC and DPAC chairs and parents: The final chapter of the school year is a time when the excitement of students and families grows as preparation for celebrations of student accomplishments take shape.
A piece of history under threat

A piece of history under threat

Coast Modern

Styles of the times

A North Shore history of home design from Craftsman cottages to West Coast modern.; A community's story, written in wood and brick

Sobering effect

No orderly society is entirely free. Any community that is subject to the rule of law must give up some of its liberty.

New voices in the city wilderness

Is no news good news? Looking at the results of North Vancouver's civic elections only six months back, you would think folks are pretty content with the pace of development on the North Shore.

You Said It

"When the North Van school district identifies community need by the value of the property, there's something wrong there.

Fair play by councillors a means to fair pay

DEAR EDITOR: While some time has passed since the various articles appeared regarding the West Vancouver Council remuneration decision, I still think it is worthwhile to recap how the District of North Vancouver resolved the issue several years ago.

NV's Keith Lynn a KLASS act

DEAR EDITOR: In response to your recent Sunday feature, The KLASS of 2012 Will Be The Last (April 29, North Shore News), I want to relate my experience as a parent. My son is graduating from Keith Lynn this year.