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27 min ago | North Shore News
The North Shore Art Crawl Society has decided to dissolve its non-profit society and has asked the North Vancouver Community Arts Council to take over the Art Crawl.
4 hrs ago | North Shore News
Six new on-leash signs popped up in Bridgman Park recently, much to the dismay of North Vancouver animal owners who prefer their dogs off the chain.
4 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight
A splendid novel. Earthy, funny, complex, striking with its prismatic form, and wholly absorbing, Ellen in Pieces showcases Caroline Adderson's mastery of language, tone, and storytelling as she turns her empathetic gaze to a messy, cut-short life of contradictions, missteps, and deeply felt fulfillment.
5 hrs ago | North Shore News
West Vancouver resident David Thomas is a lawyer in a field of immigration and administrative law.
6 hrs ago | North Shore News
Gleneagles Scottish Country Dance Club Classes every Wednesday starting Sept. 10 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at Hollyburn Elementary, 1329 Duchess Ave., West Vancouver.
This photo shows the neighbourhood of Parkcrest in North Burnaby, with Burnaby Mountain in the background.
A Canadian dollar or loonie is pictured in North Vancouver, B.C., on March 5, 2014.
Three-term North Vancouver District councillor Mike Little will be the Conservative candidate for the new riding of Burnaby North-Seymour in the next federal election.
George Rammell at his workshop in Vancouver where he is reusing and rebuilding the sculpture of president Kris Bulcroft.
Marijuana legalization activist Marc Emery, who served five years in a U.S. prison for selling marijuana seeds, has returned to Vancouver.
It's a time-honoured tradition that a touring band should compliment the city it's playing in, regardless of the musicians' true feelings on the matter.
LIFT LIFTED A picture of the specialized hydraulic wheelchair lift that was reportedly stolen from the Rocky Mountaineer platform at the Creekside train station on Aug. 11. After the brazen theft of a wheelchair lift from the platform of a Whistler train station earlier this month, the Rocky Mountaineer is reaching out to the public in the hopes of ... (more)
These activities are in preparation for the Museum's move to a restored building in the historic shipyards on waterfront.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 03:30 pm
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