October 27, 2021

CER clears future Burnaby tree removal permit hurdles for TMX

The City of Burnaby did not submit an argument against Trans Mountain in its application to waive any need to apply for tree removal permits

October 21, 2021

Burnaby Mountain firehall allays some fears, but some questions still unanswered

The SFU firehall can help battle wildfires in the forested area, but how Trans Mountain will respond to a tank farm fire remains unclear

October 19, 2021

Burnaby expects to start construction on SFU fire hall in spring 2024

The city expects to hire a consultant to do a feasibility study and initial design work in the coming weeks

October 18, 2021

Burnaby needs a permanent warming centre as winter approaches, says advocate

Carol-Ann Flanagan with the Burnaby Society to End Homelessness is concerned that more unhoused folks will be left in cold.

October 6, 2021

Consultation with local First Nations needed before commemorative orange crosswalk installed in Burnaby

“The Nations should decide that. Not us,” said Mayor Mike Hurley during Monday's council meeting.

October 5, 2021

Proposed 66-storey tower in Burnaby plagued by technical difficulties

A Metrotown rezoning ran into multiple technical difficulties in its public hearing process and in a council vote a month later

September 29, 2021

The City of Burnaby’s guide to reconciliation with First Nations

Fancy C. Poitras has been the city's first-ever Indigenous relations manager since January 2021. She has a big task ahead of her

September 28, 2021

The 911 system ‘completely failed’ Burnaby during heat dome: mayor

Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley says the city needs to 'learn to stand on our own' for future catastrophic climate events and earthquakes after broadly criticized BC Ambulance response to heat dome

August 23, 2021

A new chapter: Why the story of Crystal Mall is far from ending

Being the first of its kind in the Burnaby area, Crystal Mall was and still is what the diaspora community needs.

August 20, 2021

How can Burnaby improve accessibility in public parks?

One resident says the city can start by simply listening to the issues raised by its residents.