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North Vancouver,

city (1991 pop. 38,436), SW British Columbia, Canada, on Burrard Inlet of the Strait of Georgia, opposite Vancouver, of which it is a suburb. Shipbuilding, woodworking, and the shipping of grain, lumber, and ore are the chief industries.
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CN is pleased to announce that the trees that are decorating the moving celebration will be planted at Moodyville Park, in the City of North Vancouver to create a CN 100 legacy forest of mature trees.
The North Vancouver UPCC is the third UPCC to be announced for Greater Vancouver and the 10th to be announced in B.C.
The four locations participating in the pilot are the North Vancouver, Abbotsford, Kelowna and Royal Centre driver licensing offices.
The mother eventually contacted the North Vancouver station of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) who obtained a DNA sample from the mother.
As well as providing great value, North Vancouver is home to the area's happiest residents.
Hiyi Skwayel (pronounced hee-yay sk-why-el) is the Squamish language translation of "Big Blue." The winner of the contest is Ella Tinto from Boundary Elementary School in North Vancouver. Over 4,400 students from grades 4 to 7 from 25 schools across North Vancouver participated in the competition.
"I live in North Vancouver and I really miss Gregg's!" Angela Walker
Chris Robanske of North Vancouver, B.C., won the men's World Cup snowboard cross event at Blue Mountain on Saturday.
Mary's General Hospital, Kitchener was the best in the country (66) followed by North York General Hospital, Toronto (70) and Lions Gate Hospital, North Vancouver (71).
Although there's much justified outrage at the unbelievably cruel acts committed against the North Vancouver sled dogs, such acts will likely happen again.
Teck Resources said it would continue to use Westshore's remaining berth, but will be shifting capacity to Neptune Terminals in North Vancouver to maintain export volumes.

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