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Massive home sells for more than $1.1 million

Massive home sells for more than $1.1 million

East Burnaby house on market for six weeks
SFU profs bridge generational communication with app

SFU profs bridge generational communication with app

It was a generational gap fueled by disappearing language skills that led Simon Fraser University professor Kelleen Toohey to co-create Scribjab.
Burnaby company maps B.C.'s past

Burnaby company maps B.C.'s past

For the early explorers of British Columbia, climbing Mystery Mountain was the adventure of a lifetime. But for a burgeoning land surveying company, it was all in a day's work.
Burnaby businesses celebrate Year of the Horse

Burnaby businesses celebrate Year of the Horse

The Chinese New Year is upon us, and local libraries, shopping malls and even the Heights Merchants Association are getting ready to celebrate.
Kicking up a storm in Burnaby

Kicking up a storm in Burnaby

Kicking up a storm in Burnaby Kix 4 Chix Fitness, a non-competitive kickboxing program for women, is coming to the Lower Mainland.
Burnaby businesses had 'positive year'

Burnaby businesses had 'positive year'

Business was looking up in Burnaby in 2013, according to Paul Holden, president and CEO of the Burnaby Board of Trade. "The feedback we had from the membership in general was very positive.
BCIT makes history with new president

BCIT makes history with new president

Kathy Kinloch , who has been the president of Vancouver Community College since 2010, took the top spot at the British Columbia Institute of Technology this week.
Making Memories for more than a decade

Making Memories for more than a decade

Heights shop 'second home' for local hobbyists
Heights may be sign of what's to come

Heights may be sign of what's to come

The past year was one of change and future planning for businesses in Burnaby, as the city's town centres geared up for major shifts in the coming decade.
'Hidden gem' brought out of hiding for Dine Out Vancouver

'Hidden gem' brought out of hiding for Dine Out Vancouver

Tucked into the south of Burnaby, the Riverway Clubhouse isn't exactly a restaurant you stumble upon, particularly for out-of-towners.