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  1. Public art the theme at Surrey's first PechaKuchaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Peace Arch News

    Artists, architects, directors and coordinators will inform and entertain attendees with short, fast-paced presentations about local and international public art. PechaKucha is an international movement that creates forums for the exchange of ideas relating primarily to the creative sector.

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  2. Kazawest announces award winning North Vancouver commercial strata development added to portfolioRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | PR Log

    Kazawest Services Inc. announced today that it has been appointed as the exclusive property management company for commercial office and warehouse strata property in the Lynnmour area of North Vancouver, BC. PRLog - Oct. 13, 2014 - VANCOUVER, Canada -- Vancouver, BC Kazawest Services Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of a commercial strata office and warehouse building, located in the Lynnmour area of the District of North Vancouver to its property management portfolio.

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  3. QS Fencing Now Provides Bollard Covers for Businesses and Port MarinasRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 12 | PRWeb

    Bollards are becoming increasingly popular in port marinas and on roads. QS Fencing now provides high quality bollard covers at http://www.qsfencing.ca/ .

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  4. Cameron's dive lauded by North Van submersible expertRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2012 | North Shore News

    North Vancouver's Phil Nuytten, an undersea expert and longtime friend of James Cameron's, says the Canadian filmmaker's historic trip to the bottom of the Mariana Trench this week has produced brand-new technologies that will be used by the industry. Photo North Shore News North Vancouver's Phil Nuytten, an undersea expert and longtime friend of James Cameron's, says the Canadian filmmaker's historic trip to the bottom of the Mariana Trench this week has produced brand-new technologies that will be used by the industry.

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  5. Public art the theme at Surrey's first PechaKuchaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Surrey Leader

    Artists, architects, directors and coordinators will inform and entertain attendees with short, fast-paced presentations about local and international public art. PechaKucha is an international movement that creates forums for the exchange of ideas relating primarily to the creative sector.

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  6. Deadline passes for civic election candidates: Some mayors already acclaimedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | GlobalNews

    Those communities include Armstrong, Dawson Creek, the District of North Vancouver, Delta and West Vancouver, just to name a few. "Part of democracy is that everybody can run and that's a good thing," said Moore.

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  7. Langley Faces and Places... Oct. 14Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Langley Advance

    The gold medal cribbage matches took place Sept. 12 at the Langley Seniors Resource Centre.

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  8. Two mayors acclaimed, 78 vie for spots in North Shore civic electionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    Two of the North Shore's three mayoral races have been decided before the campaign even begins, with District of West Vancouver Mayor Michael Smith and District of North Vancouver Mayor Richard Walton both running unopposed. The City of North Vancouver, meanwhile, has a three-way race pitting incumbent Mayor Darrell Mussatto up against challengers Kerry Morris and George Pringle.

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  9. Civic election: Metro residents up in arms over high-density developmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Vancouver Sun

    ... have also started an "unelect campaign," claiming they have no protection from future development, while North Vancouver City's draft Official Community Plan is in limbo following an unprecedented public process that went on for three years. ...

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  10. Chapman logging suspended, blockade liftedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Coast Reporter

    Protesters lifted their blockade Thursday after the company logging on private lands within the Chapman Creek watershed announced it would suspend operations for the rest of the year. Hans Penner of Elphinstone Logging Focus agreed to end the three-day blockade during a Sunshine Coast Regional District committee meeting Thursday afternoon.

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  11. All three mayors aim to retain a seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Coquitlam Now

    ... a mayor of a major municipality would be acclaimed, pointing out the mayors of Chilliwack and the City of North Vancouver were both acclaimed last election. On his website, the PoCo mayor said he wants to look hard at the city's budget, find ways to ...

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  12. North Vancouver flagger struck by road rollerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    ... the pavement roller "accidentally started going in reverse," said Cpl. Richard De Jong, spokesman for the North Vancouver RC MP detachment. The heavy piece of equipment - used to flatten asphalt in road work - rolled over the woman's foot and "she ...

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  13. Historic tug refurbished at Seaspan's North Vancouver shipyardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    The S.S. Master in dry dock at Seaspan in North Vancouver earlier this week. Photo supplied, Dave Roels Photography It's the oldest operational tug on the water, and thanks to North Vancouver's Seaspan and some very dedicated volunteers, it may stay that way.

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  14. District of North Vancouver coach house bylaw gets first readingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    The District of North Vancouver may ease up on the regulations governing coach houses after a bylaw governing detached dwellings breezed through first reading Monday. Council's unanimous vote means the coach house bylaw will head to a public hearing, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 28. "The importance of giving something first reading cannot be understated," said Coun.

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  15. Cap U grads present new play based on Peter PanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    ... wanted to produce their very own show: Michelle Bardach, Kayla Heyblom and Katie Purych. Bardach, also a North Vancouver resident, says they wanted their first play to feature strong female leads and risky content to set themselves apart from other ...

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  16. LAUTENS: Bloated houses get a dressing downRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    That the travesty of a 16,000-square-foot house is allowed in West Vancouver should get a quick bylaw fix - against future insults to the town's declining character - in this council's dying days. Simply getting the names of the owners of this budding bloated edifice - as it will be, however creative the architecture - required repeated and frustrating calls and emails by the undersigned.

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  17. Odds planning to play rare hometown gigRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    ... you guys started out as The Odds you were playing music non-stop: recording demos at Crosstown Studios in North Vancouver while doing gigs downtown as cover band Dawn Patrol. Was much of your first album, Neopolitan, put together during this period? ...

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  18. Reinventing the Classics with conceptual rigourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    ... Other contributors to Reinventing the Classics include: etcher Vahid Dastpak; ceramics artist Jeremy Hatch; North Vancouver contemporary abstract

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  19. Babych brings NHL pedigree to CatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Prince George Citizen

    If that wasn't enough to inspire Prince George Cougars right winger Cal Babych to pursue great things in sports, he only had to look to his father as an example. As a hockey defenceman, Dave Babych was a two-time NHL all-star who played 19 seasons in the league with Winnipeg, Hartford, Philadelphia and Los Angeles.

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  20. Inquiring ReporterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | North Shore News

    The Bank of Canada is taking requests. Should our currency contain more references to maple syrup? Should we bring back that portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with the devil's face concealed in a tuft of her hair? After getting some flack for knocking a scientist off the $100 bill over concerns she looked Asian, the Bank of Canada is looking for some ideas to class up Canada's plastic polymer notes.

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