June 25, 2022

A plant has been safely returned to the City of Burnaby

A developer got the plant from the city as a thank-you for participating in the housing task force. He's now returning it out of frustration with the city's density bonus policy.

June 24, 2022

Burnaby’s heat response plan is a start, but health and climate experts want more

Experts appreciate changes the city has made since last summer, but call for greater communication and more tangible support for the city's most vulnerable citizens.

June 21, 2022

Burnaby city council roundup—June 20, 2022

Here's what council talked about Monday night, from passionate delegations about traffic concerns to Burnaby's plans for the next heat dome.

June 17, 2022

Here’s what’s on the agenda at Burnaby’s June 20 city council meeting

Monday night is council night, and there are a few interesting items on the docket that Burnaby Beacon will be keeping an eye on!

June 17, 2022

Burnaby launching public notification system for emergencies

The city will be able to send out notifications for a variety of different types of emergencies, including major fires, flooding, and more.

June 15, 2022

How small is too small for an apartment?

Grosvenor Brentwood studio apartments have spurred a call for a minimum apartment size

June 13, 2022

A new Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation crosswalk will soon be installed in North Burnaby

Thanks to the work of a group of local elementary school students and a local Coast Salish artist.

June 9, 2022

Burnaby’s iconic Eagle Ford neon sign could fly over Hastings Street again

The neon eagle may be making its return! 🦅

June 6, 2022

How can Burnaby reach all corners of the city in its OCP engagement?

The city wants to start preliminary OCP engagement this month

June 3, 2022

Cariboo Heights is headed for environmental protection, but some are pushing for even more

Council and community volunteers want a closer look at forest areas with less legal protection.