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Burnaby, Royal City Gogos part of Canadian fundraising concert effort

Burnaby, Royal City Gogos part of Canadian fundraising concert effort

Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign groups across the country are hosting the virtual concert on April 15 to help African grandmothers facing the double pandemic of HIV/AIDS and COVID-19
B.C. arts groups get money – but no change in ban on live events

B.C. arts groups get money – but no change in ban on live events

B.C. government announces $16 million in funding to help arts and culture groups, but Premier John Horgan says a ban on live events isn't going to change any time soon
Burnaby’s ‘rockstar’ Mandarin duck part of art show at renovated gallery

Burnaby’s ‘rockstar’ Mandarin duck part of art show at renovated gallery

Luminescence kicks off on March 20
Enjoy livestreamed March concerts from Burnaby's Shadbolt Centre

Enjoy livestreamed March concerts from Burnaby's Shadbolt Centre

The arts centre on Deer Lake is keeping up its COVID-19-safe performance series. Next up: COVID Chronicles 2, a variety showcase by a diverse array of artists. It's on Thursday, March 11.
Metrotown events centre could cost Burnaby $460 million

Metrotown events centre could cost Burnaby $460 million

The city's feasibility study expects the events centre could see up to 250,000 visitors between hundreds of events a year
Burnaby TV show explores Indigenous cuisine and culture

Burnaby TV show explores Indigenous cuisine and culture

Take a culinary trip around B.C.
Watch the first trailer for the upcoming Joe Keithley documentary, Something Better Change (VIDEO)

Watch the first trailer for the upcoming Joe Keithley documentary, Something Better Change (VIDEO)

The filmmakers currently exploring legendary D.O.A. frontman Joe Keithley's 'shocking political victory' also launched a Kickstarter campaign in support of the project
Award-winning choir counters negative news with 'Fight Song' performance

Award-winning choir counters negative news with 'Fight Song' performance

Virtual performance of Rachel Platten’s Fight Song to provide inspiration amid the world’s many current challenges
Burnaby guitarist's one-minute music lessons are a TikTok hit

Burnaby guitarist's one-minute music lessons are a TikTok hit

When COVID-19 stopped live performance, Eddie Lam turned to the virtual world and found an international audience through TikTok, YouTube and Instagram
Bowen Islanders' new kids book chases away the monsters of childhood anxiety

Bowen Islanders' new kids book chases away the monsters of childhood anxiety

Safe in Starry Arms came out of author Christie Lea's own healing journey after her 13 years as a 911 operator in Surrey