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Sarah McLachlan fans will have a chance to meet the multi-Grammy and Juno winner during her upcoming tour of North America and benefit a worthy cause with the purchase of special meet and greet tickets.
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7 hrs ago | The Asian Pacific Post
Jacky has over 30 years of experience in the art of Chinese cooking. He expresses gratitude to his father Lin Zheng, who taught him how to cook as a little boy.
12 hrs ago | The North Shore Outlooks
Don Evans, chair of the new museum capital campaign, and North Vancouver Museum and Archives director Nancy Kirkpatrick review plans inside the 'Pipe Shop' - where, in 2017, the community's history will be showcased through interactive exhibits.
A Boston Pizza is seen in North Vancouver, B.C. Wednesday, May 9, 2012. Boston Pizza announced earlier their quarterly report.
Six-year-old Vondrae Martin holds a teddy bear at news conference in November. He had nearly drowned in a swimming pool earlier in the year and was saved by his grandmother.
District of North Vancouver homeowners may be shelling out an extra $47 this year as property taxes are slated to rise 2.5 per cent.
Bill MacMillan holds the letter that closed the Dogwood Condo council's HSBC account.
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed a complaint of sexual harassment because the woman who lodged the complaint, aj employee at Sleep Country Canada in North Vancouver, engaged in sexually-lewd conversations with other staff members.
The transit operators union president says Metro Vancouver is short 750 buses to meet demand, but TransLink says it's doing all it can.
Authorities want to identify a man whose body was discovered Feb. 20 on the first B.C. Ferries sailing of the day between Horseshoe Bay and Nanaimo.
Said to be the largest show of its kind in the world, the annual four-day event in England features thousands of dogs, with competitors travelling from countries across the globe to take part.
Testimony has ended in a trial over Michigan's ban on gay marriage after a Canadian economist made unflattering remarks about homosexuals.
Metro Vancouver now has approval to landfill bottom ash from its Burnaby garbage incinerator that had been set aside after some loads failed pollution tests.
Surveillance footage of a man the B.C. Coroner's Service is trying to identify. Photograph by: supplied, B.C. Coroner's Service Surveillance of a man B.C. Coroner's Service is trying to identify.
Police have identified the human remains found along the south banks of the Fraser River on Feb.16 as belonging to Vancouver resident Barry Hinchcliffe.