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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.

Turn over a healthy new leaf in 2012

It may just be the number 1 resolution that people make on New Year's Eve: to get rid of those extra pounds, eat better and get healthy. But easier said than done.
The tastes of Japan

The tastes of Japan

When you work in an industrial complex, places to go for lunch usually involve driving out to our local mall. Of course, we can traipse down to Costco for a $1.

Build your emotional 'crash cart' for bad days

In health care, we have to be ready for emergencies at any time. That's why we have crash carts on every hospital ward. It has everything we need for a Code Blue: the defibrillator, the bag and mask, the airways and the drugs.

Drive safely on winter roads

Snow, black ice and fewer daylight hours can increase the risk of a crash on winter roads.

Banking on ATMs at City of Burnaby facilities

Burnaby residents can now grab a little cash at the theatre or before their workout at city facilities. Three ATMs have been installed in the city, one each at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, city hall, and Bonsor Recreation Centre.

Science eyes texting

An SFU rsrchr wants 2 know how u txt 2 get yr msg across. If you can read that, you may want to take part in a study looking at the language of text messaging.
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