North Vancouver Newswire (Page 2)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for North Vancouver (Vancouver, BC). (Page 2)

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  1. On Our Radar: Jodi Proznick's 'Listen' is a beautiful reminder...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Georgia Straight

    Ever stop and think about what a stunning part of the world that we live in, and not just when you're trying to get that perfect shot for Instagram? There's something magical about being close to the water with the mountains looming in the distance, whether you're walking on the shores of Spanish Banks on a windswept summer day, looking up Indian Arm from the beach in Deep Cove, or driving the Sea to Sky highway. We're going to take a flyer and suggest Vancouver jazz veteran Jodi Proznick is more than aware of her home's inarguable beauty.

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  2. North Vancouver filmmaker who criticized aquarium wins appealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Vancouver Courier

    North Vancouver filmmaker Gary Charbonneau and his lawyer Arden Beddoes speak to reporters outside B.C. Supreme Court in 2016. photo Jane Seyd, North Shore News The B.C. Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of a North Vancouver documentary filmmaker in a court case launched against him by the Vancouver Aquarium.

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  3. Polygon Gallery in North Vancouver is officially open_16Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Westender

    ... and other mediums. The building was first designed in 2012 with help from Patkau Architects. The City of North Vancouver voted to approve the gallery's new home at the foot of Lonsdale in 2014. Shier said the new building was very specifically ...

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  4. Saskatoon joins wave of cities eying regulation for Airbnb-style platformsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Globe and Mail

    Saskatoon has a rental vacancy rate of more than 10 per cent. It's not one of Canada's major tourist destinations.

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  5. Sales from the crypt: casket prices set to rise in cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | North Shore News

    City of North Vancouver council voted unanimously to boost the prices of caskets, crypts and assorted cemetery services by 9.5 per cent at a Nov. 6 meeting. The cemetery had an operating revenue of $480,400 in 2016 - primarily from the sale of plots as well as fees, which accounted for $343,500.

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  6. 68 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, November 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | The Georgia Straight

    Looking for something to do on Sunday? The Straight 's got you covered. Here are 68 events happening in or around Vancouver on Sunday, November 19. Benefit concert at the Commodore raises funds for Spirit of the West vocalist John Mann, who has early-onset Alzheimer's.

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  7. Former Presentation House Gallery finds new North Vancouver homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | CBC News

    After nearly three decades in the making and a $20 million investment, the former Presentation House Gallery - which primarily showcases photography - is being reborn and renamed in a new North Vancouver home. The Polygon Gallery opens this weekend at the foot of Lonsdale Avenue.

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  8. EDITORIAL: Focal pointRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | North Shore News

    ... the Spirit Trail from the SeaBus and Lonsdale Quay, as well as the burgeoning Shipyards project and a new North Vancouver Museum, it's one of the critical pieces in the puzzle that's coming together, making Lower Lonsdale and our waterfront precinct ...

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  9. East Van Panto: Snow White and the Seven DwarvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | EntertainmentVancouver.com

    Celebrating its 5th year, the Theatre Replacement East Van Panto is back with an outrageous take on Snow White. In this tale our heroine flees the Queen of North Vancouver across the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge and lands straight into the madness of the PNE, where she dances with SuperDogs, hops a ride on the Wooden Roller Coaster, and befriends washed-up '80s rock stars "The Seven Dwarves."

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  10. Lots of early snowfall means strong opening for Okanagan nordic skiingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | GlobalNews

    ... do dryland training but with all the white stuff that hasn't been the case. The aspiring Paralympian from North Vancouver has been able to get in the altitude training she wanted ahead of her first World Cup event in a few weeks. "It's brilliant, ...

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  11. North Vancouver condo proposal includes Cap U student housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | North Shore News

    An artist's rendering shows how new townhouses on Purcell Way may look if District of North Vancouver council approves a project now before them. photo supplied District of North Vancouver council is considering a new condo project that, if approved, would include the first ever purpose-built housing for Capilano University students.

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  12. Investing in Arts and Culture in North VancouverRead the original story

    Friday Nov 17 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    The North Shore Cultural Mapping Project will be a dynamic online tool that will identify cultural assets such as cultural spaces and organizations, festivals and events, cultural and natural heritage, and public institutions. This collaborative project brings together three municipalities within the North Shore, the North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission, the Squamish Nation and the Tsleil-Waututh Nation.

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  13. SUV driver injures senior in North Vancouver crosswalkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | North Shore News

    The intersection where and SUV driver struck a North Vancouver senior on Delbrook Avenue at Evergreen Place Thursday. image supplied, Google Maps A North Vancouver senior suffered broken bones and a head injury after the driver of an SUV struck him in a Delbrook crosswalk Thursday evening.

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  14. Ferris wheel coming to North Vancouver for Christmas FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | North Shore News

    ... at the city's Shipbuilders Christmas Festival Dec. 2-3. photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News The City of North Vancouver is finally getting its long-coveted Lower Lonsdale ferris wheel - a.k.a. the "Sky Wheel" - at least for a couple of days this ...

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  15. New Vancouver-based comedy web series tackles online datingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Georgia Straight

    If the online dating pool is like an ocean, then the waters are polluted and filled with creepy fish. It seems easy to pull in a "clown fish", but to grab a healthy "marlin" is difficult.

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  16. Vancouver musician and artist Al Neil passes away at age 93Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | CBC News

    Photographer Jim Jardine captured Al Neil on the deck of the Blue Cabin near Cates Park in Dollarton. Perhaps best known as a jazz pianist and co-founder of Vancouver's iconic Cellar Jazz Club, Neil's creative impulses also pulled him into visual and performance art, as well as writing and poetry.

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  17. Capilano Flower Arranging ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | North Shore News

    Members of the Capilano Flower Arranging Club held an open house Nov. 8 to celebrate their new meeting room at the recently opened Delbrook Community Recreation Centre in North Vancouver. The event featured demonstrations of centrepiece making, door decorations and leaf manipulation.

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  18. Avid cyclist climbing high to raise money for pancreatic cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Globe and Mail

    Travis Streb is an avid cyclist and for years he has been raising money for research into pancreatic cancer with his teammates at Glotman Simpson Cycling. But last year Mr. Streb wanted to try a different kind of fundraising.

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  19. The Polygon Gallery: a game changer across the waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | The Globe and Mail

    Visitors at the new Polygon Gallery will be treated to jaw-dropping views of the Vancouver skyline to the south. It's a safe bet that many of the people who visit the Polygon Gallery for its free opening this weekend will be motivated by curiosity about the building.

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  20. MLA breakfast meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 17 | North Shore News

    North Shore MLAs Ralph Sultan, Bowinn Ma and Jane Thornthwaite discuss issues at a North Vancouver Chamber of Commerce breakfast meeting moderated by Capilano University president Paul Dangerfield. photo Jane Seyd Traffic gridlock was the number one topic on the minds of North Vancouver's business community as three local MLAs - Bowinn Ma, Jane Thornthwaite and Ralph Sultan - sat down to debate local issues at a chamber of commerce breakfast meeting Thursday.

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