News for Youse: Seven stabbed in West End, Luongo gets the call, and Beatles photos emerge

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      West End stabbings  A man has been arrested after stabbing seven people in a Barclay Street apartment building yesterday. Three men and three women are in hospital.

      Luongo plays tonight  Roberto Luongo will have his third straight start in the net for the Vancouver Canucks as they face off tonight against the Chicago Blackhawks.

      NPA commissioner wants consultation  Comm. Melissa De Genova will introduce a motion at the next park-board meeting calling for more discussions with the community. She says this should occur before staff are instructed to seize any surpluses from community-centre associations.

      Province says it's building creative economy  The B.C. film industry says much more needs to be done to save jobs in the wake of a B.C. government announcement on promoting a "creative economy".

      RCMP launches cold-cases website  The Mounties created to spur people to submit tips on hundreds of missing-persons cases, including some along B.C.'s Highway of Tears.  

      Dead woman found in Burrard Inlet  Vancouver police have recovered the body of an unidentified 5'1", 112-pound Caucasian woman frm Burrard Inlet. She's believed to be between 25 and 40 years old, and foul play is not suspected.

      Chrétien linked to oil deal  The Globe and Mail has reported that former prime minister Jean Chrétien met Chadian president Idriss Déby at a Washington hotel in 2009. This helped Calgary-based Griffiths Energy International Inc. obtain oil rights ithe African country.

      Mexican oil-company explosion  Mexican officials are still unclear what caused an explosion next to the Pemex tower in Mexico City, which killed 25 and injured more than 100 others.

      U.S. economy adds jobs  In January, there were 157,000 additional jobs in the U.S., according to the Labor Department.

      New Beatles photos emerge  A new book features photographer Henry Grossman's previously unseen images of the Beatles, which he took between 1964 and 1968.