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Burnaby’s first hospice centre celebrates anniversary with a bittersweet farewell

Burnaby’s first hospice centre celebrates anniversary with a bittersweet farewell

Long term board member, Gary Begin retires from the board of directors at St. Michael's centre, which is celebrating 41 years in the community as a long term care facility and 20 years operating as Burnaby's only hospice centre.
Photos: Residents at Burnaby's Dania Home meet the BC Lions

Photos: Residents at Burnaby's Dania Home meet the BC Lions

Residents from Burnaby’s Dania Home went to a BC Lions practice at the BC Lions training facility in Surrey on Sept. 22 and met with the football players.
How to identify if you have a gifted child

How to identify if you have a gifted child

This specialized Richmond school inspires and nurtures the potential of its gifted students
Affordable rental homes and child care spaces open in Burnaby

Affordable rental homes and child care spaces open in Burnaby

15 new affordable rental homes and 37 child care spaces are now open in Burnaby for families and people living with disabilities.
Ghostly greetings as Burnaby welcomes residents for a spooktacular Halloween

Ghostly greetings as Burnaby welcomes residents for a spooktacular Halloween

For the first-time in B.C., Halloween attraction Pumpkins After Dark features over 6,000 handcrafted pumpkins by Canadian artists to provide a family treat
The Vancouver Warriors are adding a new colourful character to their roster: could it be you?

The Vancouver Warriors are adding a new colourful character to their roster: could it be you?

The National Lacrosse League team is holding a contest to find its first-ever mascot
Canadian artist unveils art installation to commemorate decade-long development in Burnaby

Canadian artist unveils art installation to commemorate decade-long development in Burnaby

Douglas Coupland unveils art installation at Station Square, Metrotown, commemorating a decade-long development project's completion.
Burnaby dance studio welcomes young dancers for full-year program

Burnaby dance studio welcomes young dancers for full-year program

Burnaby non-profit brings back programs for dancers aged 6 to 18 after a long break during the pandemic.
New interactive, after-dark Halloween experience coming to Burnaby

New interactive, after-dark Halloween experience coming to Burnaby

Grab a bow and arrows for a "one-of-a-kind" interactive haunted village experience in Warner Loat Park this Halloween season.
International Overdose Awareness Day: Remembering the 'Flash' actor and other victims

International Overdose Awareness Day: Remembering the 'Flash' actor and other victims

On International Overdose Awareness Day, Burnaby residents gather at neighbourhood church to hold a vigil and remember the lives lost to drug overdoses in B.C.