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  1. B.C. could use Bill 11 to force school boards to sell public land, Vision trustee Patti Bacchus saysRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

    Accountability , efficiency , and professional development were catchwords used to describe new education legislation introduced Thursday by the B.C. Liberal government. For Vancouver school trustee Patti Bacchus, Bill 11-or the Education Statutes Amendment Act -may be about something else.

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  2. Acrylic artist inspired by her surroundingsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Marilyn Ridsdale holds her acrylic painting titled Stephenson Point Nanaimo out front of the Art 10 Gallery at the Nanaimo North Town Centre. Currently on display at the Art 10 Gallery are nine acrylic paintings by local artist Marilyn Ridsdale , who is the gallery's featured artist for March.

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  3. UPDATED: Canada Post replacing raided Deep Cove mailboxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | North Shore News

    North Vancouver community mailboxes, vandalized and looted, waiting to be replaced by Canada Post. Photo Mike Wakefield, North Shore News For the second time in six months, residents near Indian River Drive have had their community mailboxes vandalized and raided, causing major inconvenience and even more grievous privacy concerns.

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  4. Family of North Vancouver cyclist killed on Stanley Park causeway files lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Canada.com

    You love it - so we're extending it! The massive likeitbuyitvancouver.com online sale presented by the Vancouver Sun and Province will be extended two days, due to huge shopper demand. Lilies and dahlias.

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  5. North Vancouver school board chairman steps downRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | North Shore News

    Barry Forward, who was elected board chairman in January, announced Tuesday night that he was stepping down from the position and Cyndi Gerlach has been selected by trustees to assume the chair. Forward had won the chair by secret ballot vote and later said he'd hoped to move the board in a different direction, specifically to halt the potential sales of Lucas Centre and Cloverley.

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  6. Family of cyclist killed in causeway files suitRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | North Shore News

    A design rendering shows how a divided cycling and pedestrian pathway through the Stanley Park causeway will look when completed. Photo illustration supplied A design rendering shows how a divided cycling and pedestrian pathway through the Stanley Park causeway will look when completed.

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  7. Trumpeter Randy Brecker mentors CapU studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | North Shore News

    Veteran jazz trumpeter Randy Brecker will share the stage with students from the "A" Band and NiteCap ensembles at Capilano University at the BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts, Thursday, April 2 at 8 p.m. Photo Supplied Veteran jazz trumpeter Randy Brecker will share the stage with students from the "A" Band and NiteCap ensembles at Capilano University at the BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts, Thursday, April 2 at 8 p.m. Randy Brecker with "A" Band and NiteCap, Thursday, April 2, at 8 p.m. at Capilano University's BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts. Tickets: $35/$32.

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  8. The Response goes into Orbits at the RoundhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | North Shore News

    West Vancouver-raised dancer Alexa Mardon joins choreographer Amber Funk Barton in a duet, Orbits: a movement study, at the Roundhouse this weekend as part of this year's Vancouver International Dance Festival. Photo Supplied West Vancouver-raised dancer Alexa Mardon joins choreographer Amber Funk Barton in a duet, Orbits: a movement study, at the Roundhouse this weekend as part of this year's Vancouver International Dance Festival.

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  9. Northern lights put on show down southRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North Shore News

    Parts of the Lower Mainland received a rare treat last week with the appearance of the northern lights, something one North Shore resident was able to catch on film. The lights, usually associated with more northern regions, were visible late at night March 17 and early in the morning March 18 in areas around Vancouver.

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  10. Temporary washroom set upRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Coast Reporter

    At its March 19 community services committee meeting, Sunshine Coast Regional District directors decided to set up a port-a-potty near the Cedar Grove Elementary School playground to address concerns of parents and park users until a more permanent solution can be found. Directors also asked staff to report back at a later date with options for a permanent washroom facility in the area, including estimated cost and partnering possibilities.

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  11. Long wait for cancer treatment a 'death sentence'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Scott Dobbie was told by a nurse that he would have to likely wait four weeks before seeing an oncologist. A North Vancouver cancer patient is furious he's been told he's facing a four-week wait before he can start treatment, even though the BC Cancer agency says patients should be seen within two weeks.

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  12. Landscapes at Leigh SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Coquitlam Now

    The Fraser Valley Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists is setting up shop at PoCo's Leigh Square for the next month as part of a group show that kicks off on Saturday, March 28. A juried group exhibition, the display features paintings in a variety of mediums, including acrylic, oil, encaustic and dry mediums. The works mostly represent a collection of traditional landscape and still life paintings by artists from PoCo, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, New West and other locales south of the Fraser River.

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  13. Hastings Park farmers market enjoyably - mellow'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Vancouver Courier

    Bry + Ag's Specialty Daffodils was one of the many vendors selling wares at the Hastings Park spring market two weeks ago. The farmers market features everything from fish to meat to dairy and crafts.

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  14. Multiple zones back on the table for Port Moody's mega house strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tri-City News

    Port Moody's efforts to grapple with some residents' mega house complaints took an unexpected turn at Tuesday's meeting as council returned to the prospect of creating multiple single-family zones within the city. The suggestion was brought up early in the mega homes discussions last year but was dropped after staff said going the route of North Vancouver, which has 13 such zones, would be too complex for both the city and homeowners.

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  15. Parksville landlord lauds local Housing First ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Parksville-Qualicum Beach News

    The extreme weather shelter in Parksville opened for a few nights during the recent cold wet weather, but organizers happily report they had fewer users, partly due to some people being permanently housed through the Housing First Project. The project aims to secure stable housing, complete with a team including outreach workers backing them up, and long term rental agreements that "guarantee rent payments and client directed, wrap around support for the clients that are housed," explained Oceanside Task Force On Homelessness coordinator Sarah Poole.

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  16. SUCCESS sets $500,000-fundraising goal for Saturday's galaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Canada.com

    See the world - and save money, too. Perhaps a cruise, spa getaway, family vacation or romantic escape.

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  17. Outlaws facing eliminationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    It's do or die for the Mission Outlaws. The local junior B hockey squad has lost three straight playoff games and now face elimination entering Friday's contest against the North Vancouver Wolf Pack.

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  18. Stanley Park causeway death prompts lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CKNW News Talk 980

    A North Vancouver family is suing the province and others after a cyclist was killed on the Stanley Park causeway. Antonina Skoczylas was biking into downtown Vancouver two years ago when she collided with a pedestrian, was flung into traffic, and hit by a bus.

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  19. Wild first year for skeleton rookieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Pique News Magazine

    North Vancouver skeleton athlete Jane Channell, who calls the Whistler Sliding Centre her home track, posted a fourth-place finish at the 2015 FIBT World Championships in Winterberg, Germany. The 26-year-old North Vancouver skeleton racer had some fine performances this season, capped with a fourth-place showing at the FIBT World Championships in Winterberg, Germany, earlier this month.

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  20. 1000-foot slip and slide coming to North VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | CBC News

    Slide the City is bringing a 1000-foot slip and slide to North Vancouver this August, after city council approved the one-day event that will close Lonsdale to vehicle traffic for a day. The event, modelled after similar ones held in the U.S., will have participants slide down a water slide along an inflated two-lane slide structure into a pool of water.

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