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  1. Pineapple Express brings record temperaturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    ... the North Shore was experiencing some record-setting warmth and more than its share of dampness. On Monday, West Vancouver hit 16.6 C, the highest temperature ever recorded for Jan. 26, according to Environment Canada Meteorologist Jennifer Hay. The ...

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  2. PGE station in trouble, councillors sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    ... from the foot of Lonsdale to a temporary site in Moodyville. Photo Mike Wakefield Some members of City of North Vancouver council are getting anxious for the city's historic PGE Railway station, as it languishes in a vacant lot and suffers vandalism ...

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  3. North Shore Rescue aims to raise $6MRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    ... budget has to be raised. On Feb. 13, a documentary film about the rescue team, Risk and Rescue, will open the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival at Centennial Theatre. The team will also host its second annual fundraising night for at ...

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  4. Driver fined for hitting house, claims he was asleepRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    A 29-year-old Langley man pled guilty to driving without due care and attention after telling police he was asleep when he drove across a front lawn and smashed his vehicle into the front of a North Vancouver house. Dunn told officers he managed to drive into the front of the house at 4581 Underwood Ave. on a residential street in Lynn Valley, then back out again, in the early morning hours of May 5, 2013, without waking up.

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  5. Trust fund helps Trousdell familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    The Trousdell family lost their loving husband and father last week, while the North Shore will now be without a one-of-a-kind teacher, great Lynn Valley neighbour and avid beekeeper. West Vancouver secondary teacher Gord Trousdell passed away Wednesday, at the age of 34, after a year-long battle with brain cancer.

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  6. Community Bulletin BoardRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    HIGH SCHOOL ALL STAR NIGHT Young jazz stars including Evan Gratham, Maria Jimenez and David Hodgson will perform new and old jazz standards Wednesday, Jan. 28, 8-10 p.m. at Anne MacDonald Studio, 333 Chesterfield Ave., North Vancouver. Admission: $10.

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  7. To hedge or not to hedgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    The ubiquitous hedge of modern suburbia is so widely planted that if hedges were outlawed tomorrow, many landscape maintenance companies would notice the loss of hedge pruning business. Hedges are also controversial and in 2013, the City of North Vancouver reviewed the possibility of regulating hedges within the city based on citizen request.

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  8. Editorial - Lower interest rates should not be incentive to borrow even moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Peace Arch News

    ... for younger people who own their own homes in this part of B.C., that can be a very bad move. The Metro Vancouver area has the second most unaffordable housing in the world, based on household income. The only place that is even more unaffordable is ...

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  9. Bike trail sabotage: Woman, 64, charged after video allegedly catches ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Canada.com

    Mark Wood and Todd " Digger " Fiander , with the North Shore Mountain Bike Association, work on building a trail on Mt Seymour, North Vancouver April 10 2014. An unidentified woman, 64, faces charges after being caught on video allegedly laying logs, branches and rocks on the Quarry and Lower Skull trails as traps for cycists.

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  10. Vancouver woman charged with booby-trapping bike trails was only...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | National Post

    A 64-year-old woman charged with setting booby traps on mountain bike trails on North Vancouver's lower Mount Fromme has become a recluse, afraid to leave her home because of publicity about the RCMP investigation, says her husband. Charges against Tineke Kraal were approved Tuesday, and she is to appear in provincial court in North Vancouver on Feb. 4. The resident of North Vancouver's Upper Lynn Valley is charged with setting or placing a trap with intent, mischief to obstruct the enjoyment of property and mischief in endangering a life.

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  11. Did feds just win the drug war?: kingpin twin drug dealers get kingly ...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Sentencing Law and Policy

    ... Their network stretched from its Chicago hub to New York, Detroit and Washington, D.C., and to Los Angeles and Vancouver, British Columbia.... Later Tuesday, Chicago-based U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon announced new charges against several Sinaloa ...

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  12. Coffee shop in North Vancouver offers employment and hope to people with mental illnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | GlobalNews

    The coffee shop idea was conceived as a way of rehabilitation for people with lived experience as part of the newly launched $62.2-million HOpe Centre . The social enterprise cafA is operated by Blenz Coffee through the Canadian Mental Health Association and provides employment opportunities to clients with mental illnesses, helping them to work successfully in a supported environment.

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  13. Southern Silver Announces Private Placement and Corporate ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Market Wire

    ... of shareholders of the Company will be held at the Company's offices at Suite 1100, 1199 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia on February 27, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. The Company announces the appointment of Nigel Bunting to the board of ...

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  14. Experimental stem cell treatment key in Gordie Howe's dramatic improvementRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Globe and Mail

    Hockey great Gordie Howe watches the Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks play during an NHL hockey game in Vancouver, B.C., on November 14, 2013. Hockey great Gordie Howe watches the Vancouver Canucks and San Jose Sharks play during an NHL hockey game in Vancouver, B.C., on November 14, 2013.

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  15. High burial costs in Lower Mainland lead more to scatter cremated remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Globe and Mail

    A plot in the Mountain View Cemetery - a burial ground operated by the City of Vancouver - costs $22,500. A plot in the Mountain View Cemetery - a burial ground operated by the City of Vancouver - costs $22,500.

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  16. Tai Chi and Qigong Friendship PotluckRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    The North Shore Tai Chi and Qigong Friendship End-of-Season Potluck Get Together was held at North Vancouver's Highlands United Church gymnasium Dec. 13, 2014. Approximately 70 local practitioners were in attendance at the event, which featured practice, demonstrations, refreshments and conversation.

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  17. N. Shore rescue aims to raise $6mRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    ... budget has to be raised. On Feb. 13, a documentary film about the rescue team, Risk and Rescue, will open the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival at Centennial Theatre. The team will also host its second annual fundraising night for at ...

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  18. Inglewood care aides face layoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    More than 230 health care workers at West Vancouver's Inglewood Care Home will face potential layoffs this spring after the company subcontracted to provide staff announced it will end its agreement with the facility's owner in May. The move means an uncertain future for unionized staff at the residential care facility. Most of them are care aides who provide personal care, including help with bathing and dressing, to seniors at the care home.

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  19. Bobcats and beavers, oh myRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | North Shore News

    West Vancouver's 15th Street corridor has been looking more like a Hinterland Who's Who than a posh neighbourhood and shopping district this week. Ottawa Avenue resident John Ruddick was enjoying his backyard view Sunday afternoon when he spotted a bobcat enjoying his garden.

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  20. Carl Barat and The Jackals HMV & Scala showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Music-News.com

    ... Brussels (Belgium) Botanique MARCH 2nd Amsterdam (Netherlands) Bitterzoet 4th Paris (France) La Maroquinerie 7th Vancouver, BC (U.S.A) Electric Owl 9th Seattle, WA (U.S.A) The Crocodile 10th Portland, OR (U.S.A) Doug Fir Lounge 11th San Francisco, ...

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