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Amateur radio club reaching out to the world

This Father's Day weekend, some long-lost kin are going to connect at the Burnaby Village Museum, thanks to the Burnaby Amateur Radio Club. The club is holding a special event, hosted by the museum, to celebrate the centennial of Burnaby's C.W.

City's library chair awarded for efforts

Local teacher and board chair gets recognition for efforts from library association

How to access the youth hub

- The Hub is at 4750 Imperial St., between Metrotown and Royal Oak SkyTrain stations, just across the street from the skate park by Metrotown. - The drop-in centre is open 4 to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. On Fridays, there's food.

How to care for containers

Question: Since I'm in Vancouver, some of the annuals in my containers sprout again the following year. I also have perennial plants and bulbs in some of these containers.

A place just for young people

Burnaby Youth Hub offers a drop-in centre and hosts a health clinic that is free and confidential

Capturing urban wildlife on film

The Burnaby NOW caught up with local resident Bruce Causier, an amateur urban wildlife videographer who's made headlines with his footage of a coyote den at a local elementary school and his snakehead sightings at Burnaby's Central Park.
Burnaby's Down Syndrome Research Foundation gets boost

Burnaby's Down Syndrome Research Foundation gets boost

Sailing crew to raise funds for local organization in race from B.C. to Maui in July

Food swap event expands at Shadbolt

A local food movement that got off the ground earlier this year is continuing to grow and thrive in the city.
Hockey on the streets

Hockey on the streets

Singer Mark Donnelly takes part in the celebrity game during Hockey Night in Canada's Play On! street hockey tournament at Metropolis at Metrotown.

Food swap event continues to grow

Third swap set for larger location in Burnaby