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  1. Nando's Flame Grilled PERi-PERi Chicken returns to the North Shore with a fresh new designRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | North Shore News

    Nando's, the South African chicken restaurant, has been part of the North Vancouver community for more than 30 years - the 13th & Lonsdale location opened in 1995. So North Shore residents were left hungry for more when it closed last year.

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  2. Squamish Terminals sold to American companyRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Vancouver Courier

    Squamish Terminals has been sold by its Norwegian owner to the subsidiary of an American company responsible for one of the world's biggest private marine terminal operations. Western Stevedoring bought 100 per cent of the corporation from Norwegian company Grieg Star Shipping, the terminals' previous owner, on May 10. The new proprietors declined to name the selling price, but BC Assessment estimates the terminals are worth about $23.64 million.

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  3. What's up at council this week?Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | North Shore News

    City of North Vancouver council is set to examine just how much electricity they need to provide for electric vehicles in future developments. file photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News There's poetry and motions this Monday night.

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  4. Manuel Osborne-Paradis released from hospital following crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Pique News Magazine

    ... teammates and see what kind of momentum Val Grenier's 5th place in Lake Louise will bring to our team." The North Vancouver native, who now lives in Invermere, B.C., has competed on the Canadian men's alpine speed team since 2004 and participated in ...

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  5. Vancouver police investigate attempted abduction of childRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Vancouver Courier

    After a man tried to lure a 10-year-old boy into a vehicle in the Champlain Heights area yesterday, Vancouver police are asking for the public's help. Police say the boy was walking near Blake Street and Garibaldi Drive at 3:20 on Thursday afternoon when he was approached by a man driving a silver Dodge vehicle.

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  6. West Vancouver residents rally against B-Line rapid transit plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GlobalNews

    West Vancouver protesters take to the street to oppose a new plan for B-Line rapid transit in the city. Some residents in West Vancouver are against plans to expand transit service in the city if it means the loss of two lanes of traffic, and causes traffic disruptions on Marine Drive.

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  7. Sweet Scarlet celebrates the holiday season in WhistlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Pique News Magazine

    ... piece called 'Veni Veni,'" Tretheway says. "It's beautiful and really difficult." Locals-and perhaps some North Vancouver residents-can also expect "fun and a lot of Christmas cheer," she says. "They can expect really intricate harmonies and ...

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  8. Teen vaping in Canada has taken a 'worrisome' turnRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    ... are warranted, and leverage additional authorities in the Tobacco and Vaping Products Act ." Last week a North Vancouver high school shut down almost all of its student bathrooms to stop kids vaping at school. In Ontario, the Durham Region Health ...

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  9. OPINION: Passenger rail in the corridor a fantasyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Squamish Chief

    What do Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and renewed passenger rail service in the Sea to Sky Corridor have in common? The quick answer is they are all feel-good fables. At its recent annual convention, Union of B.C. Municipalities delegates encouraged the provincial government to partner with VIA Rail to fund and conduct a feasibility study for a passenger rail service between North Vancouver and Prince George.

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  10. Inquiring Reporter: Are you excited about Vancouver's impending hockey rivalry?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    Allison Crowe, North Vancouver: "I think there'll definitely be a rivalry, for sure. I think it's great.

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  11. SULLIVAN: You know the barbarians are at the gates when kids can't use the bathroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    Student vaping has been an issue at Seycove Secondary, so much so that recently the school had to deny access to a pair of washrooms on school grounds. photo supplied The Barbarians are at the gates.

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  12. Cyclist in West Van hit-and-run sues driver and ICBCRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    ... with one count of failing to stop at the scene of an accident involving bodily harm, was held this fall in North Vancouver provincial court. In that trial, Latta testified he was just minutes from home following a three-and-a-half hour triathlon ...

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  13. Be a Santa to a senior this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    Janet Hassell, owner of Home Instead Senior Care in West Vancouver, along with client care manager Shelagh Wright and staff member Rico De Los Santos are getting the word out about this year's Be A Santa to A Senior program. photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News That's the challenge Home Instead Senior Care in West Vancouver is putting forward as it charges ahead with its annual Be A Santa to A Senior program.

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  14. Ami Boutique brings Cali vibe to DundaraveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    ... photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News When Jennifer Chaplick and her husband Morey Chaplick moved to North Vancouver from Toronto in 2015, the fashionable couple noticed a lack of sartorial options. Many of the brands that were easily available on ...

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  15. Brutal truths rise to surface in Bombay BlackRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    Arshdeep Purba plays the role of Aspara in Bombay Black, North Vancouver playwright Anosh Irani's take on the gender wars in present-day India. A steady stream of clueless, aroused men pay to be seduced by Aspara's artistry and tartistry so of course they must be barred from pawing at the object of their infatuation.

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  16. Westview Elementary wins literacy lotteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    Westview Elementary students Luca Mnatsakanian, Isa Pagtakhan and Ella Lahulek enjoy some new reads in the library on Dec. 3. photo Cindy Goodman, North Shore News The North Vancouver school recently received a $2,500 Indigo e-gift card for being B.C.'s grand prize winner in a national Adopt a School contest put on by Indigo's Love of Reading Foundation, plus they received an additional 433 books via online donations through the contest website and from donations received at Indigo Park Royal. Indigo's online fundraising platform allowed people to support a local school, like Westview Elementary, during the national 'Tell a Story, Give a Story' contest.

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  17. 5 things to do on the North Shore this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    ... The only thing better than playdough is playing with dough. Take the kids to Presentation House Theatre in North Vancouver tomorrow or Sunday at 7 p.m. for Holiday Baking Time , an interactive theatre experience where youth ages three to eight and ...

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  18. North Vancouver man gets 5-year animal ban for kicking his dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Vancouver Courier

    A North Vancouver man has been banned from owning pets for five years after pleading guilty in court to causing his elderly spaniel distress by kicking it. photo supplied iStock A North Vancouver man who kicked his elderly dog in public and dragged it down the street by the leash when the dog had difficulty walking has been handed a suspended sentence by a judge and been banned from owning an animal for five years.

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  19. Office space rising higherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | The Daily Courier

    Al Stober Construction plans to add the 23-storey Landmark 7 office building to the Landmark Centre cluster of towers in the Dickson Road-Dayton Road area off Highway 97 and Kirschner Road. "The first six Landmark buildings are virtually at full capacity, and we're getting a lot of requests for large new spaces, especially from Vancouver companies," said Dallas Gray, Stober's commercial properties marketing agent.

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  20. Teenagers succumbing to the lure of vapingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... Website users must be at least 19 to purchase products on JUUL.ca. Last month Seycove Secondary School in North Vancouver announced it is locking up almost all of its student bathrooms, blaming "a very serious issue" with vaping. "All public and ...

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