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  1. Jenn Jefferys: Gender neutral washrooms come to OttawaRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Canada.com

    I've been to my fair share of Queer Mafia parties at Babylon - for which washrooms are always temporarily marked "gender-neutral" for the night, in keeping with the needs of genderqueer and trans patrons in attendance. Despite this, I can't say I was entirely prepared for the scale of progressivity in Gastown while I visited Vancouver for the first time last month.

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  2. $100-million Highway 1 upgrades announced for North VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    A protester dressed in a haz-mat suit holds an oily rock in the face of Industry Minister James Moore at Friday's news conference to announce funding for two highway interchanges. The protesters were expressing their anger about the federal government's response to the fuel spill in English Bay last week.

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  3. B.C. duo brings unique technique to craft distilling sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | CBC News

    B.C. has become known world-wide as a growing hub for craft beer and distillers. The art of creating one's own spirits has led to an increase in small and medium-sized companies popping up across the province.

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  4. Laila Biali ventures into new territory with the Radiance ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vancouver Courier

    Jazz musician Laila Biali was on the subway, travelling home to Brooklyn with her five-month-old son Joshua in tow after having attended a party full of "fabulous, single New York folks." As the train car rumbled forward, she couldn't help but think how much her life had changed since becoming a mother.

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  5. North Vancouver waterfront development plan scaled backRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    The Sedin brothers will have to play more if the Vancouver Canucks hope to have any chance to dig themselves out of a 0-1 hole, says Vancouver Sun columnist Iain MacIntyre. The Sun Run Fair was held at BC Place Stadium April 16, 2015 ahead of the run on Sunday, April 19. An artist's rendering of the Shipyards development shows a ferris wheel at the end of Burrard Dry Dock Pier.

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  6. Highway 1 upgrades announcedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    A protester dressed in a haz-mat suit holds an oily rock in the face of Industry Minister James Moore at Friday's news conference to announce funding for two highway interchanges. The protesters were expressing their anger about the federal government's response to the fuel spill in English Bay last week.

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  7. Run, Vancity! RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2014 | Westender

    More than 50,000 Vancouverites will hit the streets for April 19's Vancouver Sun Run. Do you have what it takes to join the crowd? Of course you do! - Photo: Jeff Vinnick, Vancouver Sun Run Are you one of those people who hyperventilates in large crowds? Does the thought of pounding pavement for 10ks through the downtown core make your knees buckle? The annual Vancouver Sun Run is this Sunday, April 19, and it will generate a feeling that compares to no other.

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  8. North Vancouver's Shipyards plan moving ahead - without a ferris wheelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    An artist's rendering of the Shipyards development shows a ferris wheel at the end of Burrard Dry Dock Pier. The amusement ride is no longer in consideration.

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  9. Fred Hollingsworth, 1917-2015, leaves a rich architectural legacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    The Moon residence, an iconic Fred Hollingsowrth design circa 1950 was recognized with awards for the owner and the architect who carried out extensive interior renovations. Photo supplied, David Sutherland Photography.

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  10. CalendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    Tuesday-Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. 778-233-9805 artemisgallery.ca Radix: Sculptures by Bill Stewart and photography by Shannon Browne will be on display until May 3. BlueShore Financial, 1250 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver. Physical Splendour: Oils on canvas or linen by Andrea Klann and pottery by Vincent Massey are currently on display.

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  11. Why this is Nicole Milkovich's favourite roomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Globe and Mail

    Nicole Milkovich has spent the past 30 years helping her architect father rebuild the family home in North Vancouver, a project with no real end in sight. She was 12 when she started and today, despite living part-time in Toronto as the director of Love Art Fair, that takes place at the Direct Energy Centre's Heritage Court this weekend, Milkovich continues to fly back to Vancouver for extended periods in order to keep hammering the house into shape.

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  12. Accused trail saboteur intends to plead guiltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | North Shore News

    A North Vancouver woman accused of sabotaging mountain biking trails is expected to plead guilty to a criminal charge in the case. Martin Peters, defence lawyer for Tineke Kraal, 64, said Kraal intends to plead guilty when her case comes back to court - likely at the end of June.

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  13. Third provincial title for gymnast CerratoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cloverdale Reporter

    South Surrey resident Treyson Cerrato has captured his third consecutive all around gold medal at the B.C. Gymnastics Championships last weekend at Capilano University in North Vancouver. Cerrato, 13, competed in the Provincial 5 category and had the best score on parallel bars.

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  14. Tri-Cities voters file their referendum ballotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Coquitlam Now

    Elections BC has been posting the amount of ballots returned in the transit plebiscite on a weekly basis. Photograph By NOW file While it may a be a couple more months before Metro Vancouverites get the results of the transit plebiscite, a picture for voter turnout is starting to emerge.

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  15. Mountain bike trail saboteur to plead guiltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Vancouver Courier

    Tineke Kraal of North Vancouver has indicated through lawyers she intends to plead guilty to a charge in the case of trail sabotage on Mount Fromme. Photo: contributed Tineke Kraal of North Vancouver has indicated through lawyers she intends to plead guilty to a charge in the case of trail sabotage on Mount Fromme.

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  16. No strings in Xtreme showRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    This year, Xtreme starts the season off with it's junior members performing My Son Pinocchio Jr . The show begins Wednesday, April 15 at 7 p.m. and continues until Saturday, April 18. Xtreme has been entertaining its audiences locally for the past 15 years with an array of award-winning choreography, sets, costumes, singing and acting.

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  17. Food trends highlighted at Grocery and Specialty Food West tradeshowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Vancouver Courier

    As grocers gathered to talk food trends in downtown Vancouver this week, one trend was clear: shoppers want local, special and healthy. "As the population is aging, in the sense that 60 is the new 40, people are going online and trying to find ways to reverse aging, slow down aging, prevent disease or soften the impact of a disease," says marketing and consumer expert Tony Chapman.

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  18. North Vancouver woman accused of trail sabotage intends to plead guiltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Canada.com

    The Calgary Flames looked like they had been there before. Unfortunately, so did the Vancouver Canucks.

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  19. Griffins Boxing to host B.C. Golden GlovesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | North Shore News

    North Vancouver's Griffins Boxing will host the famed B.C. Golden Gloves tournament this weekend, a competition sanctioned by the Boxing B.C. Association that was first held in 1939. More than 50 male, female, adult and youth amateur boxers from around the province will take part in the event, including Griffins owner and coach Dave Brett who will strap on the gloves in his home gym.

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  20. Heritage home for freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Castanet.net

    A 1909 Edwardian heritage home is up for grabs in North Vancouver for free all you have to do is move it. According to I Love Heritage - Real Estate and Living , the heritage home is on a lot owned by developers who plan to build a townhouse complex.

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