August 5, 2022

A game of passion: Burnaby cricket lovers connect sport to homelands

Burnaby's INDCAN cricket club has been sharing the joy of the sport through a welcoming, community-focused approach for over 15 years.

July 29, 2022

Black Girl Collective is leading the way for community and opportunity for Black women

The Burnaby-based organization is helping Black women in Metro Vancouver find career mentors, financial advice, and each other.

July 27, 2022

A heartfelt birthday: Burnaby family hopes to raise $30,000 for BC Children’s Hospital

A Burnaby family wants to raise the money to celebrate the anniversary of their daughter's new lease on life.

July 26, 2022

Desi Diaries: Community conversations for South Asian students at SFU

A peer support group is helping South Asian SFU students navigate life’s challenges together.

July 14, 2022

The write stuff: Burnaby workshop for newcomers fosters community through stories

A Burnaby-based organization recently published a children's story book using tales created in its writing workshop for Canadian newcomers.

July 11, 2022

Here are the best places to cool down in Burnaby

With the weather getting warmers these are some great places to escape the heat.

July 8, 2022

A sign of community: Burnaby BIA requests Burquitlam street name change to ‘Korea Town Way’

The North Road Business Improvement Association says the change will help recognize Korean business and community in an increasingly gentrified area.

July 4, 2022

Feed a Zombie, Not a Landfill: Meet the 8-year-old leading the way in Burnaby’s sustainability efforts

From Grade 2 students to lifelong activists, Burnaby residents and groups were recognized by the city for their environmental efforts.

June 29, 2022

Burnaby woman wins $1 million from Lotto 6/49

Maria Hecimovic says she plans to retire five years early, travel to Seattle with family this summer, and buy a puppy with her winnings.

June 21, 2022

Paving the way with community: Burnaby’s student-led ‘reconciliation crosswalk’ unveiled

Students from Westridge Elementary in North Burnaby have led the effort to install the crosswalk after learning about Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 Calls to Action in class.