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2 hrs ago | North Shore News

Shipyards sampler

The Friday Night Market at Shipbuilders' Square situated at the foot of Lonsdale in North Vancouver is now in its third year of operation and has matured into a popular Friday night destination not just for North Shore residents but also for people from around the Lower Mainland.

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6 hrs ago | CBC News

UBC student dies in fall from Stanley Park's highest point

Prospect Point, which offers views of the Lions Gate Bridge and of the water across to North Vancouver and West Vancouver, is a popular destination in Stanley Park.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Vancouver Sun

Mother hopes cross-Canada trip will help daughter, 23, hit with brain cancer

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Related Topix: Canada, North America, World News, Health, Brain Cancer, Life, Veteran Affairs

Vancouver Sun

Vaughn Palmer: Appointment of new treaty adviser was long overdue

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Stephen Harper, Opinion

Canada.com

British Columbians expect to live longer than other Canadians, and to spend more on health care: poll

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Long Term Care

Vancouver Sun

Pete McMartin: Alberta's life blood flows from Fort McMurray

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Canada.com

New hunt on for lost Franklin ships

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, Painting, Arts

Vancouver Sun

Shelley Fralic: Mompreneur solves problem of 'tween' clothing

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Related Topix: Adolescents and Pre-Teens, Family, Canada, World News, Opinion

Canada.com

Port Mann Bridge slush bombs an "act of God," says firm in charge of bridge operation

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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North Shore News

Cycling for the Sacred

Beyond Boarding's Desiree Wallace, Nicole Kilistoff and Landon Yerex make a stop in North Vancouver as part of Cycle to the Sacred, a bike marathon currently underway from Fort Langley to the Sacred Headwaters of B.C. PHOTO MIKE WAKEFIELD Beyond Boarding's Desiree Wallace, Nicole Kilistoff and Landon Yerex make a stop in North Vancouver as part of ... (more)

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Canada.com

Political debate over marijuana legalization heats up

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Related Topix: Drugs, Marijuana, North America, Canada, World News, Prison

North Shore News

LED lights brighten North Shore streets

The province is a bit behind the times with its recent LED street lighting incentive program since all three North Shore municipalities have already made the switch in the last few years.

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Canada.com

Extra help brought in as B.C. firefighters cope with 92 blazes

There's no question that the hodgepodge of gardens along CP Rail's Arbutus corridor are charming and no doubt that homeowners prefer gardens and a leafy walkway to trains.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, Weather, Natural Disasters, Wildfire, Fire

North Shore News

Firefighters sound the 9-1-1 alarm

B.C.'s firefighters are calling on the province to ramp up 9-1-1 dispatch protocols in the wake of patients facing longer waits for ambulances.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

North Shore News

LETTER: City of North Vancouver council 'ignores' citizen input in draft OCP process

I think it a marvel that city council endorsed countless hours and many hundreds of taxpayers' dollars gathering citizen input via surveys and public meetings during the lengthy OCP process, only to ignore the clear wishes of the entire city and the recommendations of its own staff, and to shoot down the proposed plan at Monday's council meeting on ... (more)

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

North Shore News

Gov't grants boost bike routes

Traversing some of the North Shore's busiest roads by bicycle is about to get a bit easier as the province has chipped in almost $500,000 for bike lane and multi-use path projects in the City and District of North Vancouver.

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North Shore News

Glassworks share a common fragility

Handle With Care: Glassworks from Terminal City Glass Co-Op, until Aug. 9 at Seymour Art Gallery.

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North Shore News

Six-figure salaries on the rise at city hall

The number of municipal employees earning a six-figure salary almost doubled in two North Shore municipalities last year and decreased in another.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

The Georgia Straight

Peace and plenty: Why B.C. should not build the Site C dam

Several hundred farmers, ranchers, First Nations, and concerned citizens gathered at the ninth Paddle for the Peace earlier this month to say No to the proposed Site C dam.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Life, Food, Local Food, Agriculture, Science, Vegetables

The Georgia Straight

Dorothy Bell: Judge me on my own merit

"Really you are running?" They say this with eyebrows raised. I am talking about my bid for North Vancouver city council.

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