. It is one of the three public high schools in West Vancouver. WVSS is noted Wikipedia:West Vancouver Commons:Category:West Vancouver, British Columbia Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada British_Columbia Localities W West_Vancouver
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Coastal Health Authority , which also covers the City of Vancouver, District of West Vancouver, City of North Vancouver, and District of North Vancouver as well as coastal regions of British Columbia. The only hospital in Richmond is Richmond Hospital, located on the southeast corner of Westminster Highway and Gilbert Road. The city is known internationally as the headquarters of the Canadian Hemochromatosis Society, and also as the city where the National Annual Hemochromatosis
, Scotland when Young was a toddler, and to West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada when he was six years old. Young came to love radio when bedridden as a child because of severe asthma. Near the start of his radio career, during World War II, Young attempted to enlist in first the Royal Canadian Navy, then the Canadian Army, but was rejected by both due to his poor health. YouTube - Alan Young - Archive
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on long hike from West Vancouver's Horseshoe Bay (Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver, British Columbia) to Deep Cove (Deep Cove, North Vancouver) in the District of North Vancouver. ferry route (see BC Ferries
over five years. Early life Young was born '''Angus Young''' in North Shields, Northumberland, England, to John Cathcart Young, a shipyard worker, and Florence Pinckney, whose ancestors included a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence. The family moved to Edinburgh
chicagos-1-3-million-experiment-in-democracy YES Magazine, 2010 Apr. 10, "Chicago’s $1.3 Million Experiment in Democracy; For the First Time in the U.S., the City’s 49th Ward Lets Taxpayers Directly Decide How Public Money is Spent," http: www.yesmagazine.org people-power chicagos-1.3-million-experiment-in-democracy Led by the ward's Alderman, Joe Moore, Chicago's 49th Ward is undertaking this process
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, 778 (Area codes 604 and 778) website West Vancouver footnotes '''West Vancouver''' is a district municipality in the province of British Columbia, Canada. A member municipality of Metro Vancouver, the governing body of the Greater Vancouver Regional District, the municipality is northwest of the city of Vancouver on the northern side of English Bay (Vancouver) English
address Beacon Lane lat long directions follow Marine Dr west from Dundarave, turn left onto Beacon Lane and follow it to the park parking lot phone +1 604 925-7270 (for information about recreation programs and facility rentals) tollfree fax hours Open daily 6AM-10:30PM price Free content Trails wind over and around huge glacial boulders and old-growth forest, some leading down to various beaches with views of Vancouver. The main trail from the parking are leads to the Point
. It is one of the three public high schools in West Vancouver. WVSS is noted as a public school. The school has two campuses, a North Campus and a South Campus. Each campus has its own gym and a cafeteria. The school has 2 grass fields and a gravel baseball diamond. The main field has a running
track around it. The main field is used for all sports, such as soccer (Football (soccer)), football (Canadian football), and rugby union. The Kay Meek Centre for the Performing Arts In 2004, new $12 million CAD (Canadian dollar) performing arts centre was constructed over the school's old theatre. The Kay Meek Centre for the Performing Arts was the vision of West Vancouver Resident Kay Meek who died in 2004. The centre features a main theatre with seating for 490 as well as a flexible black box studio theatre with seating up to 216 . The studio theatre was finished in February 2006. The first show in the theatre by WVSS was a very small show while the main theatre was still under construction. Kay's health was going downhill and so they created a small show just for her. The Kay Meek Centre hosts performances from The Vancouver Recital Society, Early Music Vancouver, and The Arts Club Theatre Company as well as local community organizations like Theatre West Vancouver. The 5th Marquess was ranked 279th in the Sunday Times Rich List 2004, with an estimated wealth of £143m. His indirect wealth includes a sizeable interest in property in West Vancouver, Canada, via British Pacific Properties Ltd (British Properties). Opened in 1949, the first shopping mall in Canada is the Norgate shopping centre in Saint-Laurent (Saint-Laurent, Quebec), Montreal, Quebec, which is a strip mall. The first enclosed shopping mall is the Park Royal Shopping Centre in West Vancouver, British Columbia, which opened a year later, in 1950. '''Sentinel Secondary School''' is a secondary school located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is one of three public secondary schools in the West Vancouver district (SD #45). The school has a grass field, two baseball diamonds, three street hockey courts, and three tennis courts. The main field is used for all sports, such as soccer, football (Canadian football), and rugby (rugby football). name WVSchools city West Vancouver and Bowen Island secondary_schools He did not play in the 2009-10 NHL season, training extensively to make an NHL comeback, while living in West Vancouver. After being invited to the Canucks' 2010 training camp on a tryout basis, he was signed to a one-year, two-way, contract worth $600,000 on October, 7, 2011. After 16 games, however, he was put on waivers (waivers (NHL)) by Vancouver in November 2010. Unwilling to play in the minors, the club put him on waivers a second time in order to release him. Schaefer's agent said both sides were amicable in the departure, agreeing to simply terminate the contract. Wikipedia:West Vancouver Commons:Category:West Vancouver, British Columbia Dmoz:Regional North_America Canada British_Columbia Localities W West_Vancouver
'''West Vancouver''' is a district municipality in the province of British Columbia, Canada. A member municipality of Metro Vancouver, the governing body of the Greater Vancouver Regional District, the municipality is northwest of the city of Vancouver on the northern side of English Bay (English Bay (Vancouver)) and the southeast shore of Howe Sound, and is adjoined by the District of North Vancouver (North Vancouver (district municipality)) to its east. Together with the District of North Vancouver (North Vancouver (district municipality)) and City of North Vancouver (North Vancouver (city)), it is part of a local regional grouping referred to as the North Shore municipalities (North Shore (Greater Vancouver)), or simply "the North Shore".
West Vancouver has a population of 42,694 (2011 census). Cypress Provincial Park, mostly located within the municipal boundaries, was one of the venues for the 2010 Winter Olympics. West Vancouver was also named a Cultural Capital of Canada for 2006. Minister Frulla Announces Cultural Capitals of Canada for 2006 West Vancouver is also home of Canada's first shopping mall, Park Royal Shopping Centre, "West Vancouver", Kerry McPhedran, ''The Vancouver Book'' and also of the Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal, one of the main connecting points between the British Columbia mainland and Vancouver Island.