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December 20, 2021

Know Your Neighbour: Queen Alexis

"I began offering free musical theatre classes to feed my passion for the arts."

December 20, 2021

UPDATE: Arrest made in fatal stabbing at Metrotown

Burnaby RCMP say police were called to the east side of the bustling shopping centre (4800 Kingsway) at 11:40am Sunday morning for a report of a stabbing.

December 17, 2021

Burnaby housing co-op rejects proposal that would have hiked rents up by average 52%

115 Place, located at Cardston Ct near Lougheed, is a 244-unit housing co-operative that’s leased its land from the Operating Engineers’ Pension Plan, IUOE Local 115, since 1980.

December 17, 2021

Personal gatherings to be restricted ahead of Christmas as Omicron drives BC COVID cases up

The provincial government announced several new public health orders Friday afternoon in an effort to contain the spread of the newly discovered Omicron variant.

December 17, 2021

OPINION: End the three-month wait for immigrants to receive health care insurance

BC is one of only two provinces in Canada to still have a policy of requiring new residents to undergo a 3-month waiting period before they become eligible for provincially funded healthcare.

December 17, 2021

Major Amazon distribution warehouse planned for Burnaby

City of Burnaby planning and building director Ed Kozak said the facility will be the "primary" Amazon distribution centre for Western Canada.

December 17, 2021

Burnaby’s Pasta Amore Pizzeria to close and reopen as new Italian eatery

Pasta Amore's final service is this Saturday.🍝

December 16, 2021

Owner of $5.2M Deer Lake house ordered to pay contractors $45k

"The law demands ‘reasonable performance,’ not perfection. Anything more would be unworkable," a BC Supreme Court justice ruled.

December 15, 2021

Omicron could send BC to record-high COVID cases by January: modelling

One worst-case scenario of Omicron could see BC to reach upwards of 2,000 cases by Boxing Day.

December 15, 2021

Why diverse representation matters at the E-Comm board

Changes are needed to not only better advocate for workers at E-Comm but also to advocate for essential changes on things like mental health calls.

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