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Down Syndrome Film Festival is coming to Burnaby this March

Down Syndrome Film Festival is coming to Burnaby this March

Innovative documentary is among features at first-of-its-kind festival observing World Down Syndrome Day in the city.
Burnaby staff oppose plan to host pro tennis tournament with $1.5M price tag

Burnaby staff oppose plan to host pro tennis tournament with $1.5M price tag

Odlum Brown VanOpen's proposal to come to Burnaby would require a “significant city undertaking,” according to staff.
It is always sunny in Burnaby: New breakfast spot just opened its doors

It is always sunny in Burnaby: New breakfast spot just opened its doors

Quebec-based breakfast chain Pür & Simple, opens its doors in Metrotown.
Burnaby workshop: How to make your own panties

Burnaby workshop: How to make your own panties

This workshop will answer the age-old question: “What's the mystery of sewing underwear?”
Free, family-friendly arts festival comes to Burnaby this week

Free, family-friendly arts festival comes to Burnaby this week

Stride Burnaby Arts Festival runs Feb. 3 to 12, with a grand opening of a free little art gallery and much more.
Women in life sciences: Burnaby Board of Trade hosts panel event

Women in life sciences: Burnaby Board of Trade hosts panel event

Top life science industry professionals in the province will share their experiences at a "women in life sciences" panel discussion on Feb. 2.
Here's a special B.C. passport for Burnaby beer lovers

Here's a special B.C. passport for Burnaby beer lovers

Dageraad, Steamworks and Studio Brewing are all part of the BC Ale Trail fun.
City of Burnaby opens emergency warming centre starting Jan. 28

City of Burnaby opens emergency warming centre starting Jan. 28

Burnaby will open its emergency warming shelter on Saturday, Jan. 28 for those needing shelter from the upcoming cold weather.
A Burnaby charity wants to build a laneway home — but delayed bylaw changes put the project in jeopardy

A Burnaby charity wants to build a laneway home — but delayed bylaw changes put the project in jeopardy

Aunt Leah’s Place wants to build a laneway home for young moms, but delays in changing Burnaby's bylaws have meant the project could lose its funding.
This Burnaby scholarship is fostering diversity in libraries

This Burnaby scholarship is fostering diversity in libraries

Burnaby Public Library’s Picard Trust Award, a $2,500 scholarship for Indigenous, Black and people of colour pursuing library school, is accepting applications.
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