"I had to walk up to the bus driver with my teeth in my hands and dripping blood and ask him to call the cops."
North Vancouver's Steven Andrews recalls the aftermath of a brutal beating he suffered on a crowded Lynn Valley bus in 2010. No one has ever faced charges for the attack and Andrews hasn't been able to file a civil suit (from a Feb. 26 news story).
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"Are you going to call the sergeant-at-arms to get me out of here?"
City of North Vancouver Coun. Rod Clark challenges Mayor Darrell Mussatto to eject him from council chambers during a heated debate over plans to spend $7,500 in public money on yarnbombing, a woolen form of public art (from a Feb. 29 news story).
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"It's anti-bullying day, and we're being bullied."
West Vancouver Teachers Association president Rob Millard says the province doesn't play well with others after Education Minister George Abbott announced plans to legislate an end to the teachers' long-running job action. Teachers plan to walk out Monday (from a March 2 news story).