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RCMP and North Shore Rescue had been searching for Joan Warren since she left her seniors' residence in the 900 block of Lynn Valley Road in North Vancouver at 9 a.m. PT Friday morning.
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Police are asking for the public to help them in the search for missing senior Joan Warren Photograph by: supplied, North Shore News Searchers are standing down in the hunt for missing senior Joan Warren after spending two days looking and no sign of her whereabouts.
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal, a quasi-judicial body, has dropped the complaint of a Sleep Country employee on the grounds that she regularly participated in sexual banter with colleagues.
July 22, 1931 opening of the original Vancouver airport, opened by Premier Simon Fraser Tolmie The opening day program proudly noted runway was 2,350 feet long and that airport's two hangars could hold '12 large planes or 30 small aircraft with wings folded' Photo courtesy City of Vancouver Archives.
From left, FASHION editor Joy Pecknold, publicist Carine Redmond and designer Jillian Harris participated in the Covenant House Sleepout to raise funds and awareness for the youth crisis shelter.
The last MEC road race of the year in North Vancouver proved to be one to remember for several Squamish runners.
Two pedestrians were struck by cars last night in Metro Vancouver, including a North Vancouver woman who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run.
An exchange student died when he veered off the Heaven's Sake trail and crashed into a treed gully on Friday night at Grouse Mountain.
In fact, the less you haul around the better. When looking for gifts for people on the go, find out if they already own the basics: high-quality suitcase, inflatable neck pillow, sleep mask, travel locks, et cetera.
Decreased snow pack and rising sea levels are two consequences of global climate change the District of North Vancouver is trying to plan for.
That issue is the heart of a debate being stirred up by Belcarra's Ralph Drew at the same time an expert review panel is recommending changes in the way oil spill plans are developed and carried out.
First responders and RCMP, including members of the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, attend the crime scene in the 4,000-block of St. Georges Ave in North Vancouver Saturday afternoon.
"You've reached Pirate Joe's at 2348 West Fourth, between Balsam and Vine on the south side of the street across from Safeway.
Congestion created by taxi drivers congregating in the roundabout near the SeaBus terminal has led to complaints from residents in the area.