Skip to content

In the Community

Burnaby residents clean up Eagle Creek

Burnaby residents clean up Eagle Creek

Paper Postcards

Would you like to be featured in Paper Postcards? Take the Burnaby NOW along with you on your next trip, and take a photo of yourself in front of a scenic backdrop or landmark, holding the newspaper. Send your photos by email to postcards@burnabynow.
Cattle Café opens second Burnaby location

Cattle Café opens second Burnaby location

First year hopes

I'm not sure if the fault lies with being a people-pleaser in general, a left-over awe of elementary-school teachers specifically, or the seven long years I spent in postsecondary education, but when a teacher asks me a question - any question - I ha

Big Sisters offers study buddies

She wanted to volunteer with Big Sisters but didn't like the idea of daylong outings. So when Burnaby resident Kerry O'Donoghue heard about the organization's study buddy mentoring program, she knew it was the right fit.
Afghanistan's culture celebrated

Afghanistan's culture celebrated

Gerontologist helping local seniors

If Mariam Larson had her way, people in the workplace would talk more openly about caring for their elderly parents.

Local gardeners show off their goodies

The annual fall fair is coming up on Sept. 8 and 9 at Bonsor Recreation Complex. The fair, hosted by the South Burnaby Garden Club, is a judged showing of produce, flowers, plants, photos, wine, baking and canning - all from local gardeners.

What did they do on their summer holidays? This camp was full of food fun

Summer may be coming to an end, but don't tell that to the kids who attended a recent summer camp at the Burnaby Village Museum.
Burnaby takes art outdoors

Burnaby takes art outdoors

The City of Burnaby held a series of outdoor drawing workshops for people hoping to try their hand at art. The sessions, dubbed Art in the Park, ran this July and August in six local parks.