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Photo gallery: Groundbreaking ceremony for Burnaby's tallest highrise

Photo gallery: Groundbreaking ceremony for Burnaby's tallest highrise

Burnaby church service honours lost loved ones

A local church is reaching out to those who are grieving the loss of loved ones St. Timothy's Church is holding its annual St. Michael's Evensong on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. The quiet evening of hymns and reflection, held on the feast of St.

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Church fair Saturday

The Nelson Avenue Community Church and daycare are celebrating fresh new facilities this weekend after raising money for redevelopments. They are holding an open house and community fair on Sept.

Two Burnaby students selected for premier's scholarships

Two Burnaby students are among those selected for the premier's scholarships to study abroad. The scholarships, valued between $6,000 to $10,000, went to a total of eight students in B.C.

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Spiritual leader to visit Burnaby

Spiritual leader to visit Burnaby

Burnaby NOW reporter Jennifer Moreau caught up with Kalu Rinpoche, a visiting Tibetan Buddhist who is recognized as the reincarnation of a deceased spiritual leader and contemporary of the Dalai Lama.

Afghan fest on

There's a lot more to Afghanistan than war and conflict. There is also literature, music, dance, food, fashion, unique geography and poetry.

Burnaby-based adoption association says teens need 'forever homes'

The changing face of adoption in B.C. means that no longer is it about an affluent young married couple picking the perfect blond, blue-eyed baby. Of the 1,400 children now waiting for adoption in B.C.

Volunteers reach out to isolated seniors

The South Burnaby Neighbourhood House is teaming up with Voices of Burnaby Seniors for a free training program that helps isolated seniors.