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Local news for North Vancouver (Vancouver, BC) continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

9 hrs ago | Telegram

N.L. dry cleaners environmentally cautious

At Deluxe Dry Cleaners on Pennywell Road in St. John's, a sign outside calling for customers to "go green" is a nod to the company's use of machines that do not require use of perchloroethylene, also known as PERC.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News

13 hrs ago | Burnaby Now

Q&A with Michael Genest

New Hart House chef Michael Genest sat down with NOW reporter Jacob Zinn to talk about taking the reins at the Deer Lake restaurant, as well as his west coast cooking style and some of his favourite dishes.

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Canada, Vegetables, Soup

Fri Jul 11, 2014

North Shore News

Firecracker Fiona not like the others

Theatre Under the Stars presents Shrek: The Musical and Legally Blonde: The Musical, July 11 to Aug. 23 at the Malkin Bowl in Stanley Park.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, Dance, Pop/Rock, New-Wave, Fun

North Shore News

Land sales delay Argyle secondary rebuild

The sometimes-lengthy process of weighing development proposals in North Vancouver and uncertain outcome of those decisions is one of the factors that's leading to delays in a rebuild of Argyle secondary.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, Education Etc.

North Shore News

Ewing it for Lee_0

Participants came out and joined in the Ewing it For Lee fun run at Windsor sports field on June 22. The inaugural run/walk fundraising event, in support of the Ewings Cancer Foundation of Canada, was held in honour of North Vancouver resident Lee Barbour who was recently diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma.

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Related Topix: Canada

The Georgia Straight

West Vancouver's Kiss and Makeup moving to North Vancouver

You were just behind me on the way off the ferry. As you went to catch the bus I told you that you were one of the most beautiful women I'd ever seen.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News

Canada.com

North Shore university student avoids record for riot actions

Instagram users share their snapshots as they soak up the sun this week on the beach, at the PNE, in parks and at the ballgame.

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North Shore News

City of North Vancouver council divided over OCP

As City of North Vancouver council painstakingly scrutinized the document that will dictate the next 30 years of planning and development for the municipality, one thing was certain: there was hardly a consensus on what should be done.

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North Shore News

Blackberry bushes beckon bears but barricaded by bureaucracy

A strip of districtowned right-of-way that runs between Barbara Phillips' and Beryl Cheetham's fences on Fairfield Road has become overgrown with blackberries, which are attracting bears.

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North Shore News

Lions Gate Hospital discusses expansion plans

Vancouver Coastal Health is looking to keep pace with the aging population, pledging to increase capacity, possibly through a new acute patient tower, at Lions Gate Hospital over the next decade.

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Related Topix: Canada, Medicine, Nursing

The Globe and Mail

Juliet Was a Surprise offers up its own occasional sharp surprise

Bill Gaston knows his way around the world of the short story. Over the course of five previous collections, the Victoria-based author has garnered plenty of acclaim and several national award nominations, and he now spends his days as chair of the University of Victoria's writing department, where student-penned stories multiply like rabbits.

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Related Topix: Canada

Mercer Island Reporter

Police Blotter | $15K embezzled from McDonalds

EMBEZZLEMENT: Over a period of six months, between December 15 of 2013 and June 26 of this year, an employee of the Mercer Island McDonalds embezzled $14,667, through payroll fraud.

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Related Topix: Mercer Island, WA, Edmonds, WA, Bellevue, WA, Canada

Coquitlam Now

Police check links in catalytic thefts

Police in North Vancouver are looking to see if a suspect arrested for allegedly trying to steal a catalytic converter from a truck in that community is linked to a rash of similar thefts in the Tri-Cities earlier this year.

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North Shore News

North Van axe murderer loses appeal

The B.C. Court of Appeal has upheld the first-degree murder conviction of a North Vancouver man who was founding guilty of killing a fellow drug dealer with a hatchet.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

TrekEarth

Lions Gate Bridge

The Lions Gate Bridge first opened in 1938 as the "First Narrows Bridge". Construction began on March 31, 1937.

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Related Topix: Canada

The Georgia Straight

Hollaback wants you to share photos of street harassment in Vancouver

Now, the recent Simon Fraser University graduate is joining an international movement that's fighting back against street harassment targeting women and LGBTQ folks.

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Tri-City News

Metro Vancouver sewage could heat hundreds of high rises

The water that gushes out of the average home from flushed toilets or draining dishwashers and showers might not seem like a major energy source.

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The Globe and Mail

A look at how to breath new life into postwar homes

The small community of Edgemont Village in North Vancouver still has that sleepy postwar feel, its big-box-free commercial heart still cast with a mid-century imprint.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, Home Listing, Home

Crofs Blogs

Branswell: Study suggests link between density of fast-food restaurants and heavier people

A little off topic, but this report by Helen Branswell of The Canadian Press in The Vancouver Sun is thought-provoking: Study suggests link between density of fast-food restaurants and heavier people .

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News,

The Georgia Straight

Norman D. Watt takes North Shore hikers Off the Beaten Path once again

North Vancouver resident Norman D. Watt has authored two editions of Off the Beaten Path: A Hiking Guide to Vancouver's North Shore.

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