The provincial sales tax is back and there's still a split in support in Burnaby.
The residents who lost their homes in the three-alarm Smith Avenue fire almost two weeks ago have now found a place to stay, thanks to the collaborative efforts of Burnaby agencies.
The Burnaby Board of Trade is working with the Surrey Board of Trade on a position paper that could change the way businesses - and different levels of government - treat families.
As Burnaby businesses prepare to return to the provincial sales tax and goods and services tax on April 1, there is an air of philosophical resignation, even from business owners who were highly critical of the HST referendum results.
The City of Burnaby has formed the steering committee for its new environmental sustainability strategy, including members from different facets of the community, according to Mayor Derek Corrigan.
The City of Burnaby approved a grant of $100,000 to the Burnaby Board of Trade at the Nov. 5 council meeting.
The City of Burnaby approved a grant of $100,000 to the Burnaby Board of Trade at Monday night's council meeting.
Burnaby could be sharing wind power with Taiwan one day.
The management at the Burnaby-based Fortune House Seafood Restaurant agrees with Mayor Derek Corrigan that the shark fin issue is best handled at the federal level.
The Burnaby Board of Trade held its 13th annual Burnaby Business Excellence Awards luncheon on Wednesday at the Hilton Vancouver Metrotown.
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, which is headquartered in Burnaby, raised more than $545,000 at its annual Corporate Kids Challenge this month.
Gardeners, janitors, home renovators and other businesses that are mobile in nature are penalized by having to pay for business licences in multiple municipalities, according to the Burnaby Board of Trade.
The Burnaby Board of Trade hosted all three provincial leaders at events in the past year, giving members the opportunity to hear from differing sides of B.C.'s political spectrum.
The Burnaby Board of Trade has launched a new program to introduce students to people in their potential field.
We began our look back at the headlines of 2011 in the Wednesday, Dec. 28 edition of the Burnaby NOW.
The City of Burnaby has approved a grant of $100,000 to the Burnaby Board of Trade.
The province is moving ahead with plans to create an auditor general of local government office to provide financial oversight of municipalities.
The annual Rhythm of Life walk/run event raised $71,500 for the Burnaby Hospital's healthy heart program and a new defibrillator for the emergency department.
This year's inductee into Burnaby's Business Excellence Hall of Fame is the Carter Automotive Family.