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Jacobean tragedy meets 1970s kung fu movies on Burnaby stage

Jacobean tragedy meets 1970s kung fu movies on Burnaby stage

Catch this action-packed comic romp at Shadbolt Centre to kick off its 2022/23 season.
Photos: SFU Clubs Days welcomes students back to campus

Photos: SFU Clubs Days welcomes students back to campus

It's a new school year on Burnaby Mountain. Take a look at the new year, new campus vibes in the photo set.
SFU StreetFest! returns to Burnaby Mountain

SFU StreetFest! returns to Burnaby Mountain

Don't miss this feast for the senses atop Burnaby Mountain on Sept. 16!
Play looks at 1970s Ugandan expulsion through lens of family forced to flee

Play looks at 1970s Ugandan expulsion through lens of family forced to flee

Fifty years since Uganda expelled its Asian residents, Burnaby playwright explores his family's first-hand experiences in a play, 90 Days, coming to Metro Vancouver on Sept. 8.
Photos: Nikkei Matsuri in Burnaby celebrates Japanese culture

Photos: Nikkei Matsuri in Burnaby celebrates Japanese culture

The 10th annual Nikkei Matsuri event, hosted by the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre, celebrated Japanese culture and heritage. Photographer Lisa King recorded the day.
Burnaby Village Museum hosting free speaker series in September

Burnaby Village Museum hosting free speaker series in September

Learn all about the 110-year-old carousel, the museum's blacksmith shop and get a behind-the-scenes look at the collection!
Unravelling the 105-year-old mystery of the death of 'Tom Thomson'

Unravelling the 105-year-old mystery of the death of 'Tom Thomson'

A group of emerging artists from North Shore are unravelling the mystery of the death of Canadian painter, Tom Thomson, in a play for the upcoming Vancouver Fringe Theatre Festival from Sept. 8 to Sept. 18.
Local artists add colour to Metro Vancouver transit hubs

Local artists add colour to Metro Vancouver transit hubs

New series kicked off with a 'live painter' at SkyTrain stations
In conversation: Burnaby library to host Cree-Stoney educator and writer

In conversation: Burnaby library to host Cree-Stoney educator and writer

William G. Lindsay will speak about the Indian Act, residential schools and reconciliation.
Have something to say about gratitude? Sign up to present at Burnaby’s Pecha Kucha event

Have something to say about gratitude? Sign up to present at Burnaby’s Pecha Kucha event

Volume 8 of Burnaby's PechaKucha storytelling event is all about gratitude.
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