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Bacteria-killing copper to be installed at BCIT after $5M donation

Bacteria-killing copper to be installed at BCIT after $5M donation

It can kill 99.9 per cent of bacteria and is installed in “high-touch, high-traffic locations.”
Development in Burnaby eyes Indigenous-focused film academy

Development in Burnaby eyes Indigenous-focused film academy

The Indigenous-led Willingdon Lands project plans for 450,000 square feet of film and TV production studio space.
Singaporean cuisine comes to Burnaby’s Lougheed Mall

Singaporean cuisine comes to Burnaby’s Lougheed Mall

Shiok Singapore Cuisine is coming to Burnaby.
Renters are finally moving in to massive tower at Burnaby mall

Renters are finally moving in to massive tower at Burnaby mall

The ‘mini-city’ at Lougheed is beginning a phased move-in and hopes to see occupancy in all four towers by the end of 2023.
New West-based Great Wall Tea shop to open pop-up in Burnaby

New West-based Great Wall Tea shop to open pop-up in Burnaby

The local tea shop is readying for a pop-up opening at Lougheed Mall this autumn.
New economic forum brings together young and experienced leaders with a focus on sustainability

New economic forum brings together young and experienced leaders with a focus on sustainability

The event will touch on issues impacting the greater community, including housing affordability, the economy, and green technologies
Update: Hudson’s Bay injunction against Metrotown highrise development dismissed

Update: Hudson’s Bay injunction against Metrotown highrise development dismissed

HBC's suit against the owner and developers of Metropolis at Metrotown to stop the construction of the three-tower development underway has been dismissed.
New ‘neighbourhood pizza bar’ opens at Burnaby’s Lougheed Mall

New ‘neighbourhood pizza bar’ opens at Burnaby’s Lougheed Mall

Your favourite pizza pies are coming to Lougheed, and a liquor license is just around the corner. 🍕
Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Entrepreneurs' sake-based cooler aims to disrupt B.C.'s alcohol market

Five entrepreneurs aim to disrupt B.C.'s wine-cooler market with an innovative product they call SakeBomb – a range of flavoured coolers made with the rice wine, or sake.
Baskin Robbins brings classic ice cream goodness to Burnaby

Baskin Robbins brings classic ice cream goodness to Burnaby

Remember those 31-derful flavours? You can find 'em at Metropolis at Metrotown.
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