Burnaby Mtn residents want to speed up archaelogical surveys for new fire halls

In May, city council officially approved a $50.4-million contract for two new fire halls in the Burnaby Mountain area.

August 12, 2022

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October 8, 2021

Co-op residents fear uncertain future as 41-year lease comes to an end

Residents are resigned to the possibility of rents going up with a private owner and are concerned they won’t be able to afford to stay. They’re also worried about what awaits them in the rental housing market if that’s the case.

October 7, 2021

The Facebook algorithm’s role in a Burnaby election candidate’s toxic post

Former Burnaby South PPC candidate Marcella Williams posted a meme calling for journalists to be executed. What's Facebook's role in the toxic online environment?

October 7, 2021

9 trails to explore in Burnaby this fall

Burnaby has a wide selection of trails to bask in the crisp air and enjoy the fiery foliage. 🍂

October 6, 2021

Long ambulance wait for junior hockey player’s injury in Burnaby

It’s another in a long string of incidents where British Columbians have had long ambulance waits this year.

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

October 2, 2021

RCMP investigates whether swatting linked to police incident at Metrotown

Swatting involves fake emergency calls being made to provoke a large response from police and other agencies.

October 1, 2021

Here’s what we know so far about the Metrotown police incident

Police remain on scene at Metrotown mall following a chaotic afternoon.

October 1, 2021

Tribunal finds Trans Mountain stop work order was reasonable—mostly

The Crown corporation suggested the Environment and Climate Change Canada officer was influenced by members of the public, but the tribunal disagreed

September 30, 2021

Burnaby school board mandates masks for K-3 students

Beginning October 4.

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