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  1. IB to start at Queen MaryRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | North Shore News

    The North Vancouver School District made the announcement this week. Queen Mary will become the third school in North Vancouver to offer the international education program, joining Carson Graham secondary and Capilano elementary.

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  2. CalendarRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | North Shore News

    BlueShore Financial, 1250 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver. Physical Splendour: Oils on canvas or linen by Andrea Klann and pottery by Vincent Massey are currently on display.

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  3. Data show Conservatives using infrastructure fund as campaign fodderRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | MacLeans

    The federal government's marquee, multibillion-dollar infrastructure fund has been handing out money at a slow pace, newly released figures show, prompting complaints that the government is playing politics with the cash. About 92 per cent of the $10-billion provincial-territorial stream of the New Building Canada Fund remains unspent, with about $782 million allocated through the start of this fiscal year, according to figures tabled in Parliament last month.

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  4. President of Canadian Electricity Association on politics and the environmentRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Sergio Marchi, former Liberal cabinet minister under prime minister Jean ChrA tien and Canadian ambassador to the World Trade Organization in Geneva, returned to work in Ottawa in February after more than a decade abroad. In his new job as president of the Canadian Electricity Association, a national body representing the industry, he spoke recently at the Vancouver Board of Trade.

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  5. UPDATED: North Shore voters reject TransLink taxRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | North Shore News

    The region-wide vote came back 61.68 per cent No to 38.32 per cent Yes, according to results released by Elections B.C. on Thursday. At stake was a .5 per cent sales tax that would fund $250 million per year in transportation improvements.

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  6. Speed and alcohol factors in Upper Levels Porsche crashRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | North Shore News

    The scene of a crash on the Upper Levels highway in North Vancouver on Wednesday. Photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News The scene of a crash on the Upper Levels highway in North Vancouver on Wednesday.

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  7. B.C. Transportation Minister Todd Stone. File PhotoRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | 24 Hours

    Metro Vancouverites have spoken, and the no vote that came down on Thursday morning has pumped the brakes on the Mayors' Council's $7.7-billion transit plan, and left them scrambling to secure new funding sources. About 62% of those who handed in their mail-in ballots voted no to supporting a new 0.5% Metro Vancouver Congestion Improvement Tax, which would have paid for one-third of the transit and transportation plan.

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  8. Vancouver writer and activist fought for justice, decencyRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Canada.com

    The Canadian writing community was shocked by the sudden passing of Vancouver poet and community activist Jamie Reid, at his home in North Vancouver on June 25. An inspiration to generations of poets, Reid was a proud bohemian living life to the fullest and whose death is a significant loss, particularly to the ranks of the West Coast writers who participated in the legendary Vancouver Poetry Conference of 1963. He was featured in a number of the era's films, including a 1967 CBC documentary, What Happened Last Summer, and a short film about the inaugural Stanley Park Be-In.

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  9. Local creating big sounds worldwideRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Penticton Western

    With 45 years of sound engineering expertise behind him, CEO and designer of Advanced Audio microphones Dave Thomas has grown a following for his high-quality microphones that spans Grammy-award winning producers to start-up project studios. Mashing vintage with modern, the microphones have been used by Kings of Leon, Joel Plaskett and Elvis Costello to name a few and recorded audio for the film Pitch Perfect 2 , but not before getting Thomas' seal of approval from his Summerland residence - which also operates as the base for his family-run company that includes his life partner Jill.

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  10. Whistler Blackcomb attacks Squamish project on climate, terrain issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Garibaldi at Squamish has filed a proposal to build an all-seasons ski resort at Brohm Ridge near Squamish. The resort would be located on provincial Crown land between Squamish and Whistler and would feature 23 ski lifts, hotels and private homes.

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  11. MPs find time for barbecues, door-knocking - and pre-election spendingRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

    Vancouver rang in Canada Day with fireworks Wednesday night, which means your Instagram feed is going to be nothing but fireworks for the next twenty-four hours. Vancouver Sun readers also submitted photos of the event.

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  12. Speeding Porsche causes five-car accident on Highway 1 in North VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    BC RCMP Traffic Services says at about 8:30 p.m., a 2013 Porsche was seen driving at a high rate of speed eastbound on Highway 1 between Lonsdale Avenue and Westview Drive. The Porsche made an unsafe lane change, colliding with a Toyota Camry.

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  13. Vancouver's Clean Up the Oceans Concert supports ban on plastic microbeadsRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

    While Environment Canada is studying the ecological risks of plastic microbeads found in body scrubs and toothpastes, JosA Luis GutiA rrez-GarcA a argues that the federal government should just ban these tiny particles already. "There have been many studies," GutiA rrez-GarcA a told the Georgia Straight by phone from North Vancouver.

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  14. Former Ice forward Reinhart gets fresh startRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Daily Townsman

    Reinhart, 23, was traded by the Calgary Flames to the Nashville Predators Wednesday afternoon and shortly after, he signed a one-year, two-way contract worth $575,000 with his new club. "We want to thank Max and wish him well," said Brad Treliving, Calgary Flames general manager, via Twitter on Wednesday.

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  15. North Shore voters reject TransLink voteRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | North Shore News

    Lower Mainland voters have rejected the plebiscite to fund TransLink improvements with a new sales tax. The region-wide vote came back 61.68 per cent No to 38.32 per cent Yes.

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  16. Home Ideas: Candle maker crafts with careRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | North Shore News

    West Vancouver's Nick Rabuchin hand pours each and every one of the local neighbourhood-inspired line of candles sold through Vancouver Candle Co., a partnership with fellow North Shore resident Farouk Babul. PHOTO SUPPLIED The North Shore will soon get its own signature candle, featuring scents of spruce, coriander, sage and mandarin, joining existing offerings, including those inspired by Kitsilano, Gastown and Strathcona neighbourhoods.

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  17. Pete McMartin: If Australia's bubble bursts, is Vancouver's far behind?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Regina Leader Post

    Soos lives in Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne's housing prices have experienced the same alarming rise in value that Vancouver's have, and, as in Vancouver, many in the public blame Chinese offshore buyers as the main cause.

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  18. Big leagues come callingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    Will McAffer, 18, shown here on the mound in a recent North Shore Twins game, was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds. PHOTO SUPPLIED TANYA WRIGHT While some 18-year-olds might mull over a cell phone contract this summer, North Vancouver baseball star Will McAffer has to decide in a couple of weeks whether or not to sign a Major League Baseball deal with the Cincinnati Reds.

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  19. PHOTOS and VIDEO: Canada Day paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    Warm weather set the stage for North Vancouver's annual Canada Day parade and celebration in Waterfront Park Wednesday. Photos Kevin Hill Warm weather set the stage for the annual Canada Day parade in North Vancouver at Waterfront Park. Photos by Kevin Hill

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  20. Metro Vancouver transit referendum results to be unveiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Metro Vancouverites are expected to learn the results of a vote on a $7.5 billion regional transportation plan, on Thursday. The outcome could determine the future of transit and transportation across the region over the next decade.

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