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Anti-bullying contest underway

Metropolis at Metrotown is holding an online T-shirt design contest in conjunction with the antibullying initiative, Pink Shirt Day - held on Feb. 29. The contest runs until Feb.

Company in the Dragon's Den

Ads on Naps co-founders Jag Manhas and Phil Chow entered the Dragon's Den voluntarily - and survived.

Credit union gets tacky for charity at Christmastime

Bedazzled snowmen, neon reindeer, puffy Santas and all other manner of Christmas kitsch will be adorning the sweaters of Community Savings Credit Union employees this month. And it is all in the name of charity, as well as good fun.

Seeking Mayan wisdom on global travels

Local travel business sees a boom in interest in Mayan culture

Hall of Fame winner recognized

Carter Automotive chosen for annual honour

UniverCity wins award

Having the chance to plan an entire community on the top of a mountain isn't something that happens often.

Cool summer bad for local ice-cream vendors

The feeling of cold, melting chocolate peanut butter swirl scoops dribbling down the hand that's wrapped around an icecream cone . It's enough to get anybody running towards the sound of the local ice cream truck.

Board of trade golf tourney helps KidSport Burnaby

The Burnaby Board of Trade is holding its annual golf tournament on Sept. 7. This year's charity tournament will be at the Riverway Golf Course. The golf tournament and dinner is $235 for members and $275 for non-members.

Finding the write way in Burnaby

The Write Room celebrates a decade of growth and change in the city

GPS-based traffic system garners award for city

The City of Burnaby received an award recently for its emergency vehicle traffic signal pre-emption system, according to Karen Leach, a communications consultant with the city.
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