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In recent weeks, Vancouverites have encountered heartwarming ads sponsored by Port Metro Vancouver on television and in movie theatres. One shows a woman preparing one of her Indian grandmother's recipes, thanks to spices delivered through the Port.
Video Video The Canadian Press Video Sixty to 70 per cent of people with dementia will wander at some point during the illness, Kathy Kennedy, director of programs and services with the Alzheimer Society of B.C., said on Monday. Such incidents
Story The younger Mr. Billings was last seen in the 1400-block of East Broadway around 9:00 a.m. on Nov. 25. The 22-year-old had only been in Vancouver for a couple of days and was supposed to re-enter the U.S. at the end of November, before catching
Thirty-one years ago, Harry Jerome died from a brain seizure...In the early 1960s, the North Vancouver sprinter was arguably the fastest man in the world, setting world records in 60 yards (six seconds), 100 yards (9.1 seconds), and 100 metres (10
Eighty-five years ago, an "intermunicipal airport committee" selected Sea Island "as the best possible location for Vancouver's permanent airport for seaplanes and land machines." It won out over a site in North Vancouver, "east of the Second Narrows
One woman is in intensive care and another is under arrest after a hit-and-run on a pedestrian on Grand Boulevard in North Vancouver on Wednesday night. Police say the victim, 21, was crossing in the marked crosswalk at 16th Street around 8:20 p.m.
North Vancouver shooting as a well known 69-year-old member of the North Shore's Iranian-Canadian community. Rostam Poulad-Noshiravan, known for selling tickets to Persian and Zoroastrian concerts, was identified by the Integrated Homicide
An artist's drawing of the planned Presentation House Gallery in North Vancouver. The 22,000-square-foot building, if approved, could open in 2016. Courtesy Patkau Architects Multimedia Video Canadian musician and host Michael Buble performs during
On Friday morning, North Vancouver Mayor Richard Walton was at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, where a wonkfest was being held on the subject of mobility pricing. Mobility pricing, in its various forms, is the monetizing of roadways as a
One woman is in hospital and another has been forced out of her home after a townhouse fire in the Seymour area of North Vancouver. District of North Vancouver Fire and Rescue members got the 9-1-1 dispatch call at 5:25 a.m. Monday, reporting flames