North Vancouver Newswire (Page 5)

North Vancouver Newswire (Page 5)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for North Vancouver (Vancouver, BC). (Page 5)

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  1. CapU archeology professor awarded for unearthing forgotten communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 9 | North Shore News

    Japanese women stand on a skid road in a North Vancouver logging camp, possibly one in the Seymour River Valley that is now being recognized as a place of historical significance to British Columbians of Japanese descent. photo supplied North Vancouver Museum & Archives It had been about 60 years since Canada interned Japanese-Canadians, herding thousands of men and women into the Hastings Park Livestock Building.

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  2. North Van guitar shop hosts anti-pipeline benefit gigRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 9 | North Shore News

    Environmentalist and activist David Suzuki engages the crowd during the Broken Arrow Benefit Concert to Stop Kinder Morgan held at Bluedog Guitars in North Vancouver on May 6. Suzuki was a special guest, along with hereditary Chief Phil Lane Jr., who spoke at the by-donation event with proceeds going towards the Sacred Trust Initiative of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation.

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  3. Where to take mom for a magnificent Mother's Day meal in VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 9 | The Georgia Straight

    Mother's Day is this Sunday , people, and the last thing you want to do is end up at a drugstore finding a last-minute gift. Now is the time to figure out where you're going to take Mom for a memorable meal.

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  4. On May 4, the city announced the property, which houses the Elbow Room and several other establishmeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 9 | Vancouver Courier

    On May 4, the city announced the property, which houses the Elbow Room and several other establishments, will be redeveloped into affordable housing by the year 2021, putting the restaurant's future in limbo. Photo Dan Toulgoet That's the defiant attitude of Patrice Savoie, owner of the Elbow Room Cafe on Davie Street - a staple of both the West End and Vancouver's gay community since 1983.

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  5. Hotel worker dies after falling from ladderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 9 | Madison Publishing

    ... RCMP. He was taken to the Whistler Health Care Centre and then transported to Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver where he succumbed to his injuries. The B.C. Coroners Service and Worksafe B.C. launched an investigation, which is ongoing. A ...

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  6. Tyrant Studios: New live-entertainment venue to open above Vancouver's Penthouse NightclubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | The Georgia Straight

    Vancouverites will have a new live-entertainment to frequent this summer once Tyrant Studios opens its doors atop the storied Penthouse Nightclub on May 18. Operated by independent theatre company Seven Tyrants Theatre , the lounge is equipped with a stage and full-service bar, and will play host to local artists, musicians, and comedians on weekends as part of its kick-off Summer Lounge Series. Fridays will see the establishment presenting a live jazz show; Saturdays will be deemed the Comic Strip, where three of the city's top comedians will perform sets; and Sundays will be the date of the Goblin Cabaret, where local musicians will take the stage in an acoustic concert.

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  7. TransLink replacing aging escalators at Granville stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | Vancouver Courier

    Later this month, TransLink will start the Expo Line escalator replacement project, which will see 37 escalators replaced at 13 SkyTrain stations and select West Coast Express stations. Photo Dan Toulgoet Starting later this month, TransLink will begin the long process of replacing the six escalators at the Granville SkyTrain station.

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  8. Driver clocked at 210 km/h on Lions Gate Bridge handed $750 fineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | Vancouver Courier

    Yihao Wang, 23, of West Vancouver, arrives at North Vancouver provincial court wearing a black surgical mask, baseball cap and sunglasses Tuesday afternoon. photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News A West Vancouver man who had his 2015 Ferrari impounded last summer after being clocked going 210 kilometres an hour on the Lions Gate Bridge will pay a $750 fine but won't face an additional driving ban, a provincial court judge has ruled.

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  9. Richmond and Delta farms spreading manure are likely the culprit of the foul smell in Vancouver MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | Vancouver Courier

    ... media came from numerous communities aside from the city of Vancouver, including UBC, Richmond, Ladner, North Vancouver and West Vancouver. Metro Vancouver hasn't tallied up the number or location of complaints lodged through its sources, which ...

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  10. $320,000 Lambo impounded after police nab unlicensed driverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | Vancouver Courier

    A 25-year-old Richmond driver had his 2016 Lamborghini impounded for seven days after being caught driving without a licence by West Vancouver police. photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News He wasn't officially part of the annual "supercar" rally, but a 25-year-old driver of a 2016 Lamborghini picked the wrong time and place to step on the gas along the Sea to Sky Highway Saturday.

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  11. Overspending on rent has become the - new normal'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | North Shore News

    In Canada, more than 40 per cent of renter households spend more than 30 per cent of income on rent, while 18 per cent spend more than 50 per cent. In Vancouver, 44 per cent spend more than 30 per cent while one in four are spending 50 per cent.

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  12. Storybook dolls on displayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | North Shore News

    The Coast Character Doll Artists including Nancy Sunderland and Doreen Marlor have a display of their Storybook Dolls in the glass case at the main foyer in Parkgate Library, North Vancouver. The whimsical dolls will be shown to May 28, 2018.

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  13. Stampede Select 18 Players During Phase II Of USHL DraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | KELO-TV Sioux Falls

    Sioux Falls, SD-The Sioux Falls Stampede selected 18 players during Phase II of the USHL Draft Tuesday. In all, the Herd picked 11 forwards, 6 defenseman and a goaltender during the draft.

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  14. COLUMN: Time to think inside the boxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | Squamish Chief

    ... can be placed online or over the phone. Delivery in Squamish is free, but she can also deliver as far as North Vancouver and Pemberton for a fee. Pure Gift Boxes include such local businesses as: Baby Baubles Co.; Be Clean; Cacao Now; Counterpart ...

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  15. Let Mom eat cake: 3 deluxe desserts for Mother's Day in Metro VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | The Georgia Straight

    If you're hosting Mom for dinner for Mother's Day on Sunday , you might want to wow her with an impressive dessert. If whipping up a ridiculously fancy cake yourself isn't the cards, you can always leave the baking to the experts.

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  16. 2016 Lambo impounded in West Vancouver after police nab unlicenced driverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 8 | North Shore News

    A 25-year-old Richmond driver had his 2016 Lamborghini impounded for seven days after being caught driving without a licence by West Vancouver police. photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News He wasn't officially part of the annual "supercar" rally, but a 25-year-old driver of a 2016 Lamborghini picked the wrong time and place to step on the gas along the Sea to Sky Highway Saturday.

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  17. North Shore Light Opera ventures Into the WoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 7 | North Shore News

    The North Shore Light Opera Society celebrates their 70th anniversary with a production of Into the Woods. The show runs May 9-12 at Centennial Theatre, 2300 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver.

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  18. Quinoa, the superfood, as a key ingredient in skin care? Yup, now available in VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 7 | The Georgia Straight

    The seed is high in protein and fibre, gluten-free, and contains all nine essential amino acids. It also contains various other nutrients, like B vitamins, calcium, and iron.

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  19. B.C. Indigenous leaders head to Texas to urge investors to drop pipeline projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 7 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Two B.C. Indigenous leaders are headed down to Houston to make an 11th hour appeal for Kinder Morgan investors to halt the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion. Chief Judy Wilson of the Neskonlith Indian Band near Chase, and Rueben George of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation Sacred Trust Initiative of North Vancouver, planned to attend the company's annual stockholders meeting on Wednesday morning to tell investors about Indigenous opposition to the project, which would twin an existing pipeline that extends from central Alberta to the B.C. coast.

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  20. 'Total devastation': Dozens of fish killed in North, West Vancouver streamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 7 | CBC News

    Three recent incidents in small North Shore creeks where dozens of fish were killed are a reminder of how sensitive the ecosystems can be. Dead cutthroat trout, about 76 in total, littering the banks and stream bed of West Vancouver's Larson Creek last week provided a grim reminder of how fragile the ecosystems near our towns and cities can be.

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