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  1. West Vancouver man accused of murder and dismemberment to seek bailRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Canada.com

    ... for now, until he has his trial," said Joe Saulnier, one of the defence lawyers representing Zhou, outside North Vancouver provincial court on Monday, where Zhou made a brief appearance. "My understanding is he has no criminal record. He's not known ...

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  2. Singspiration showcase fundraiser_7Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | North Shore News

    The Singspiration Spring Showcase and Sharing Abundance Fundraiser was a sold-out affair taking place at North Vancouver's St. Agnes Anglican Church Hall on the night of April 17. Singspiration Singers is a North Shore-based choir in its 25th year, open to men and women of all ages. The showcase featured musical performances by choir members over the course of the evening as attendees enjoyed small plate creations by Bette Geddes and Lizz Lindsay of Sharing Abundance, a non-profit organization that provides lunches and dinners for seniors and others in the community.

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  3. Hillsound Equipment Sponsors Iron Knee, Tender Knee Trail RaceRead the original story

    Tuesday May 12 | Sporting Goods Business

    ... will be serving chocolate cake and cookies. Throughout the competition, participants will race on scenic North Vancouver trails ultimately leading them to the Deep Cove shore. In addition, racers will have the chance to win products from Hillsound ...

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  4. EDITORIAL: Gag reflexRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    In the name of expediency, City of North Vancouver council teetered dangerously close this week to doing away entirely with the weekly public input period because of commentary staff said was "off-topic, accusatory, repetitive, untrue, promotes goods and services and, at times, includes electioneering." But if those were grounds for silencing debate, who among us wouldn't have a sock crammed in our craw from time to time? Council members ultimately made the right decision and decided two minutes of what-for from constituents wasn't worth being labelled enemies of free speech.

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  5. JAMES: Treatment plant doesn't need fixingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    ... reason may be that, like me, those who don't call their MLAs about the plant agree with Troy Vassos, a North Vancouver senior environmental engineer and wastewater treatment guru who says, "People don't call because the treatment plant doesn't need ...

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  6. West Vancouver man accused of murder and dismemberment to seek bailRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    Lawyers for 54-year-old Li Zhao, charged with the second-degree murder of Gang Yuan, 42, said this week they will seek Zhao's release at a bail hearing tentatively set for May 29. "He's presumed innocent of these charges for now, until he has his trial," said Joe Saulnier, one of the defence lawyers representing Zhou, outside North Vancouver provincial court on Monday, where Zhou made a brief appearance. "My understanding is he has no criminal record.

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  7. North Vancouver senior reported missingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    ... possibilities of where she may be (and) nobody's heard from her or seen her," said. Cpl. Richard De Jong, North Vancouver RCMP spokesman. Mitchell doesn't have a cellphone or a vehicle. Police are monitoring her bank accounts for any activity, De ...

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  8. North Shore property tax rates going upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    The property tax rate in the District of North Vancouver is going up by 2.5 per cent this year, council decided May 4. For single and multi-family homes assessed at $835,909, that will equate to $48 more in taxes, according to Nicole Deveaux, general manager of the district's finance and technology department. Should a home have a higher assessment value than the average, the owner can expect to pay more, while those assessed below will pay less.

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  9. City of North Vancouver flirts with cutting public inputRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    The City of North Vancouver won't muzzle members of the public from speaking up at council, but let it be known, anyone who is disrespectful to staff could be banned. Council voted 6-1 Monday night to toss out its old council meeting rulebook and start fresh. 1 comment

  10. Cable connectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    BC Ferries president Mike Corrigan, William Clewes, Vancouver Shipyards' director of operations and ferry captain Esther Allen were on hand May 8 for the official naming of the Baynes Sound Connector, a new cable ferry that was the first vessel built in Seaspan's modernized shipyard in North Vancouver.

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  11. Breakfast breaks the rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | North Shore News

    The Beautiful Buddhist breakfast at BLVD Bistro in North Vancouver features smoked tofu with mushrooms, kale, tomatoes, garlic and onions with tahini-miso almond milk emulsion. Photo Mike Wakefield I know this because my mother-in-law has equipped me with a thorough understanding of what is and is not permissible when it comes to the first meal of the day.

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  12. Shell exploration plans in Alaska stoking concern, hope in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Royal Dutch Shell's plans to explore for oil off Alaska's northwestern coast are being closely watched in Canada with a mixture of hope and concern. Earlier this week, the energy giant cleared a major hurdle when the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management approved a multi-year exploration plan in the Chukchi Sea, though it still needs to obtain other federal and state permits. 1 comment

  13. High turnout of votes in Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows on transit taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times

    With only two weeks go in the Metro Vancouver Transportation and Transit Plebescite, Maple Ridge is slated to be well represented in the final tally of votes. Across the 24 districts represented in Metro Vancouver, Maple Ridge has the fifth highest rate of returned ballots to registered voters.

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  14. New Season, New Crop Of Challengers For The Toyo Tires F1600 ChampionshipRead the original story

    Wednesday May 13 | Paddock Talk

    It's time to start a new racing season with a new crop of young Canadian hopefuls ready to battle for the 2015 Toyo Tires F1600 Championship. The year's first pair of races will take place this weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park as part of Victoria Day SpeedFest.

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  15. B.C. a 'no man's land' when it comes to pot shopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Vancouver Sun

    ... past as winner of Mr. Canada in 2000. Watch to see as we uncover his connection to the ports. Both North Vancouver District and Surrey have passed zoning bylaws to prohibit the marijuana dispensaries, while Vancouver is attempting to control them ...

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  16. CelebrationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | North Shore News

    ... and/or length. Nan and Russell Henderson were married on May 14, 1965, in Glasgow, Scotland. They moved to North Vancouver in 1970 where they have lived every since. Family and friends congratulate them on their 50th wedding anniversary. Kathie and ...

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  17. Reach for Mother's Day bouquet causes North Vancouver crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | North Shore News

    One North Vancouver woman gave her mother a very expensive Mother's Day bouquet on Sunday after she smashed into a power pole while trying to pick up the flowers that had fallen from a seat on to her car floor while driving. The 24-year-old was on her way to visit her mom and was making a left-hand turn from Violet Street to Lytton Street Sunday morning when the Mother's Day flowers she had brought with her slid off the seat.

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  18. Mountie from North Vancouver awarded for braveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | North Shore News

    ... from Gov. Gen. David Johnston in Ottawa May 1. Photo Supplied Sgt. Ronald Duchesne, Rideau Hall A former North Vancouver resident and constable with the Langley RCMP received a Medal of Bravery in Ottawa earlier this month, after a heroic move that ...

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  19. UPDATED: Dead fin whale pulled ashore in North VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | North Shore News

    ... when it was hit by the cruise ship. That's one of the questions they're hoping the necropsy carried out in North Vancouver Monday will answer. Department of Fisheries and Oceans staff arranged to have the whale's body towed over to Seaspan where ...

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  20. Psych report ordered for teenagerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | North Shore News

    A judge has ordered a psychiatric assessment for a 16-year-old boy who has been charged with the attempted murder of his mother. A North Vancouver provincial court judge ordered the assessment after lawyers briefly discussed the case in court May 5. The teen was arrested after allegedly attacking his 59-year-old mother in her apartment in the 2000-block of Bellevue Avenue April 28, possibly while in a delusional state.

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