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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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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 29, 2021

From Indigenous Trail to Wagon Road: Kingsway before the kings

The road we now know as Kingsway has a long history of connecting Lower Mainland communities. It was a centuries-old Indigenous walking trail before it was paved over and eventually named for the British monarchy.

September 29, 2021

Meet the Indigenous elder creating space for learning through art in Burnaby

“When I’m talking, I’m not talking just about art or how to carve or how to draw, but I’m also talking about the need for reconciliation."

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

September 27, 2021

Small Victory is finally set to open its Burnaby location

It's ready for its soft opening!

September 27, 2021

Burnaby community fridge ‘highly needed’ as pandemic makes food insecurity worse

Burnaby Primary Care Network, which operates the fridge, also says there's evidence of increased mental health concerns with people worried about their food supply.

September 24, 2021

What went wrong for the NDP in Burnaby North-Seymour?

Speculation ahead of the election suggested the Burnaby North-Seymour race would be tight—some even leaned toward an NDP win. Instead, Liberal Terry Beech solidified his position in the riding.

September 23, 2021

RCMP removes tree-sits removed from TMX path

A pair of "sky pods" were blocking Trans Mountain pipeline expansion work in the Brunette River area of Burnaby

September 22, 2021

5 best ramen spots in Burnaby you need to try

Fall = ramen season 🍜

September 22, 2021

Despite 4th place finish, Jagmeet Singh remains confident about his leadership

While Singh remains optimistic, he is receiving some criticism within his party.

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