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Benefit concert for Ukraine coming to Burnaby on July 17

Benefit concert for Ukraine coming to Burnaby on July 17

Burnaby will see a benefit concert on Sunday, July 17 in support of Ukrainians fleeing the war in their country.
What to do for Canada Day in Burnaby: July 1-2

What to do for Canada Day in Burnaby: July 1-2

Enjoy fireworks, live music and even a bouncy castle.
Enjoy multicultural children's stories at Burnaby's Civic Square

Enjoy multicultural children's stories at Burnaby's Civic Square

A local non-profit is launching its collection of short stories for children written by newcomers to Canada.
Five for Friday: Grab a bite near Burnaby’s Brentwood

Five for Friday: Grab a bite near Burnaby’s Brentwood

Check out five places to catch a bite to eat around Brentwood Town Centre.
Celebrate summer in Burnaby with daily entertainment

Celebrate summer in Burnaby with daily entertainment

Burnaby's Summer Stages will run Monday to Friday from July 4 to Sept. 4, with entertainment including ventriloquists, Brazilian music, traditional Korean drumming, Beatles cover music and much more.
What to do in Burnaby this weekend: local events June 25-26

What to do in Burnaby this weekend: local events June 25-26

There's tons do in Burnaby: enjoy music by Indigenous songwriter Francis Baptiste, food trucks and breweries at the first-ever Foodstock, and the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival's "wife-carrying contest."
First Opera in the Park event coming to Burnaby's Deer Lake

First Opera in the Park event coming to Burnaby's Deer Lake

Listen to the Vancouver Opera perform your favourite movie selections from The Godfather, Mission Impossible and other popular scores.
Burnaby's quirkiest motorbike repair shop meets party hub is leaving town

Burnaby's quirkiest motorbike repair shop meets party hub is leaving town

Richelle Trelenberg of True Grit Moto has turned an old barn into a motorcycle repair shop and event space - but it's not staying in Burnaby for much longer.
Celebrating dads: New West band hosts Father's Day concert

Celebrating dads: New West band hosts Father's Day concert

The New Westminster and District Concert Band has been performing on Father’s Day every year since the ‘60s. The Record learns about the band’s history from Kerry Turner, who has been part of it since 1949.
Burnaby’s Shadbolt Centre bids farewell to literary arts advisor Shauna Paull

Burnaby’s Shadbolt Centre bids farewell to literary arts advisor Shauna Paull

The poet is moving on to work in Vancouver after 23 years of teaching at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts.