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Blackberries poke through a Japanese knotweed plant that has been labeled as invasive and hit with herbicide in Inter River Park.
A splendid novel. Earthy, funny, complex, striking with its prismatic form, and wholly absorbing, Ellen in Pieces showcases Caroline Adderson's mastery of language, tone, and storytelling as she turns her empathetic gaze to a messy, cut-short life of contradictions, missteps, and deeply felt fulfillment.
Six new on-leash signs popped up in Bridgman Park recently, much to the dismay of North Vancouver animal owners who prefer their dogs off the chain.
This 1952 MG TD Mark III, owned by Tony and Carole Cohen of West Vancouver, drew a crowd at Douglas Park on Saturday, during the Canadian XK Jaguar Register and Canadian Classic MG Car Club's 45th annual show at Douglas Park.
Fifty years ago, on Aug. 22, 1964, the Fab Four rocked the city when they came to town to play Empire Stadium in their first Canadian concert.
Wet weather blew into the Lower Mainland Wednesday and continues to hang around but that hasn't stopped Vancouverites from heading outdoors to enjoy favourite summer pastimes.
These activities are in preparation for the Museum's move to a restored building in the historic shipyards on waterfront.
A renewed appeal for information on a 20-year-old missing persons mystery led CBC News to review an old report on the disappearance of North Vancouver businessman Nick Masee and his socialite wife, Lisa.
An RCMP officer investigates the scene of a crash on the Upper Levels Highway, that sent a North Vancouver man to hospital in critical condition.
Blueridge International Chamber Music Festival co-founders Alejandro Ochoa and Dorothea Hayley have programmed a wide range of classical music at Mount Seymour United Church this week.
Scottish author Louise Welsh, whose five novels have won several awards, appears in the festival's opening night as well as in Crime without Borders.
Arcade Station manager Marcus Freeman and founding partner Amir Nazzary outside the revamped 1960s station with Nazary's 1100-horsepower E85-fueled Nissan GTR.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 03:51 am
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