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Catch a glimpse of the new Lougheed

Wondering what Lougheed might look like in 25 years? Then take a look at future plans for the area at Lougheed Town Centre tomorrow.

So long, Taste of Asia

A Heights pho hotspot has closed after seven years on Hastings Street. Taste of Asia, run by the Nguyen family, was known by the restaurant’s neon green frontage at 4532 Hastings St.

Movers & Shakers: G&F donates $29,000 to B.C. Children's Foundation

G&F Financial Group, which has its corporate office in Burnaby, donated a whopping $29,000 to B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation on May 31.

Burnaby Heights hot on the market

Burnaby Heights is known for its coffee shops, parks, eateries and walkability, and now it’s known for its million-dollar homes. Brian Suico, a real estate agent with Sutton West Coast, recently sold a home on Edinburgh Street for $1.
Could a No victory mean beer deliveries via SkyTrain?

Could a No victory mean beer deliveries via SkyTrain?

Thursdays are delivery days for Dageraad Brewing. So when brewer Ben Coli walked onto the Production Way SkyTrain platform this morning (March 19), he took a few riders by surprise when he carried on two kegs of beer destined for Commercial Drive.
All in the family at Sfinaki

All in the family at Sfinaki

Greek restaurant in the Heights celebrates its 20th anniversary
Burnaby shows off eco-friendly Element hotel

Burnaby shows off eco-friendly Element hotel

Frequent flyers might be familiar with Starwood’s environmentally friendly Element hotel brand in the U.S. Now the hotel giant is set to open its second Canadian location right here in Burnaby.
Burnaby's Joe Guzzo shares his McJourney

Burnaby's Joe Guzzo shares his McJourney

If you’ve eaten at McDonald’s in Burnaby over the last 40 years, you may have met North Burnaby’s Joe Guzzo. The McDonald’s franchisee is celebrating four decades with the restaurant chain, originally starting in the kitchen when he was 15 years old.
Burnaby brewery recognized for design

Burnaby brewery recognized for design

North Burnaby’s Dageraad Brewing doesn’t just make a good beer. It makes a good beer bottles, too. Packaging of the World recently recognized the local craft brewery for its use of paper, foil and ink in the labels on its Belgian-style beer.

Burnaby youth programs receive $15,000 in grants

Two Burnaby groups are being acknowledged by Coast Capital Savings with sizeable grants for their work with youth in the city.