The Burnaby Lakers are a little bit older, hopefully a little wiser, but almost assuredly the men in green and gold will be a whole lot better when the Western Lacrosse Association season opener kicks off on Friday.
SHORTLY before the start of their win-or-go-home playoff match against the Windsor Dukes Wednesday afternoon, some of the younger members of the Seycove Seyhawks senior girls soccer team were expressing some trepidation to their co-coach, Carl Saunders.
The Seycove Seyhawks junior girls soccer team knocked off the Sentinel Spartans 1-0 May 14 at Ambleside Park to win the North Shore junior premier division title.
A former Burnaby teacher has had his teaching certificate cancelled after criminal charges were laid against him for an incident that occurred outside of school.
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The National Energy Board approved a tolling application linked to Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion plan on Thursday.
Delta Islanders Midget "A" lacrosse team continued its impressive start to the season by capturing bronze at last weekend's Barn Burner Tournament in Ridge Meadows.
It's 148,000 square feet of integrated health services and amenities to help develop all types of athletes - from the weekend warrior to the Olympic level - and it's finally taking appointments.
The Burnaby-based Down Syndrome Foundation is hosting LemonAid, a fundraiser on May 23 at the River Rock Show Theatre in Richmond, and a well-known figure from the hit TV show Glee will be there.
The Burnaby Intercultural Planning Table is organizing a storytelling project so refugees and new immigrants can share their tales with the community.
Kudos to Simon Fraser University student Chantelle Buffie for receiving the 2013 National HSBC Woman Leader of Tomorrow Award.
After waiting a long time, residents near Greystone Plaza in North Burnaby finally have a local grocery store again.
After 10 largely successful seasons in the Metro soccer league, it was only a matter of time before a second generation Burnaby Select stepped forward.
Burnaby and New Westminster were well represented at the Lower Mainland spring flag football jamboree held at Mercer Stadium last Saturday.
The Burnaby North Vikings defeated Moscrop 17-7 to claim the BNW junior boys' rugby banner at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex-East on May 9.
Moscrop, in black, defeated Alpha in straight sets at the BNW high school bantam boys' volleyball playdowns. Burnaby South claimed the boys' divisional banner.
St. Thomas More Knights sped around the track in bantam girls' and boys' 4x100 metre relays at the qualifying meet at Swangard Stadium on Tuesday.
While the Liberals took pundits by surprise, securing another majority in Tuesday's provincial election, they lost a seat in Burnaby, leaving Richard Lee as the sole remaining Liberal in the city.
Is it possible to feed yourself on pocket change? Chris Miele, who lives on the border of Burnaby and Coquitlam, is finding out with a five-day challenge to raise awareness about extreme poverty, while spending only $1.75 for food per day.