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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 9, 2021

Where and how to observe Remembrance Day in Burnaby

On November 11, take time to remember.

November 8, 2021

BC Hydro, city entangled in lawsuit over broken ground at substation

The City of Burnaby and BC Hydro have been caught up in a lawsuit over the damage at the Big Bend substation for well over a year, now.

November 8, 2021

“Nobody outworks her”: The rise of SFU football star Kristie Elliott

SFU's Kristie Elliot is the first Canadian woman to play in—and score in—an NCAA football game.

November 5, 2021

Edmonds community members working together to create free little pantry

It would bring accessible free food and hygiene items to the Edmonds neighbourhood.

November 5, 2021

Modelling shows COVID cases declining in BC even as hospitalizations remain “stubbornly” high

Modelling shows that even as cases declined in BC over the past month, the level of hospitalizations has remained steady.

November 4, 2021

$375 housing allowance for people on disability assistance simply not enough, say advocates

People on disability assistance in BC have a housing allowance of $375. Advocates say the rate needs to go up to ensure people with disabilities can find safe, stable housing.

November 4, 2021

8 spots in Burnaby to visit if you’re looking for a blast from the past

If you're looking for a blast from the past in Burnaby that will send you back to the '50s, '60s, '80s, or even the 1920s, this is the list for you.

November 3, 2021

Thai restaurants in Burnaby you need to try

You've got to Thai these spots!

November 3, 2021

A slow start to this year’s salmon run in Stoney Creek

The salmon return in Burnaby's most successful salmon-bearing creek so far has been disappointing for local streamkeepers

November 2, 2021

Students call off hunger strike as SFU commits to fossil fuel divestment

SFU has committed to full divestment from fossil fuels by 2025, just as a group of students planned to launch a hunger strike to advocate for such a commitment.

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