Celebrating good over evil: After three years, Navratri returns to Burnaby

People will gather in Burnaby this Friday to celebrate Navratri, with a night of garba and dandiya—traditional Gujarati folk dances.

September 27, 2022

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November 17, 2021

Abbotsford residents told to evacuate “catastrophic” flood conditions in Sumas Prairie

This week's flood has cut off access between communities via BC's busiest highways, including Highway 1 and the Coquihalla Highway.

November 16, 2021

Why Burnaby firefighters don’t have to be fully vaccinated while paramedics do

Mandatory testing for each unvaccinated firefighter will cost the city up to $30 a week

November 15, 2021

Police release new video footage of Burnaby Hospital arson suspect

The fire took place one year ago today.

November 15, 2021

Sanitary sewage appears to have overflown into Stoney Creek again

The sewage overflow, caused by heavy rainfall this weekend, comes at the height of salmon spawning season in Stoney Creek.

November 15, 2021

‘Tis the season: Holiday markets and craft fairs to check out in Burnaby

Cross off the names on your holiday shopping list while also supporting local!

November 12, 2021

E-comm workers say system at risk of “catastrophic failure” due to staff shortages

“Staff report feeling overwhelmed by the cumulative effects of the occupational stress they are exposed to daily."

November 10, 2021

No vaccine mandate coming for Burnaby Schools staff

The Burnaby school board decided not to impose a COVID vaccine mandate at the district, citing consultations with Fraser Health.

November 10, 2021

It’s already the worst year for toxic drug deaths in Burnaby

Fifty-eight Burnaby residents have died as of Sept 30 this year. That's more in nine months than the 57 toxic drug deaths in 2019.

November 10, 2021

Remembrance Day: Snapshots of Burnaby during WW1 and WW2

Burnaby was a much different place during WW1 and WW2.

November 9, 2021

Burnaby moving ahead with ‘really objectionable’ drug bylaw

The proposed controlled substances properties bylaw would add further pressure on landlords not to rent to people they believe could be involved in the drug trade. Karen Ward says that will lead to further marginalization of Black, Indigenous and people of colour.

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