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Helping to fill kids' needs

If you are interested in help for children with special needs, check out this upcoming meeting in Burnaby. The Ministry of Children and Family Development is briefing parents on a recent review of the Supported Child Development program.

Should religion be taught in schools?

Should students study the Bible alongside biology or the Koran with calculus? The Burnaby NOW spoke with Jason Carreiro, a PhD student and host of an upcoming SFU Philosopher's Café discussion on religion in schools.

Easy ways to cut fat

A popular new year's resolution is eating healthier and/or having less fat in the foods we eat everyday. Every January one will notice an onslaught of extra people at the gym or on local outdoor running tracks.
It's easy being green with small changes

It's easy being green with small changes

January is done - and with it may go all those good intentions to make positive changes this year.
A life of giving

A life of giving

When a person is doing just what they were meant to do, it's no longer a job - it becomes a passion that doesn't burn out or diminish but grows with time.

Help solve a Burnaby 'mystery'

Camping bureau program hopes to raise funds through a murder mystery evening

Remembering a friend through a good cause

Sadly, I only got to write about Burnaby resident Jeremy Chen after he passed away in March 2011 from lung cancer.

Balancing babies and bottles

Burnaby mom's search for a good water bottle leads to a successful business
Paper Postcards: January 2012

Paper Postcards: January 2012

Burnaby veteran earns recognition

Burnaby veteran earns recognition

Burnaby resident Kelly Kwong was one of 13 British Columbians to receive the prestigious Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation during a ceremony in Richmond Tuesday morning.
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