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Burnaby Public Library celebrates new, longer weekend hours

Burnaby Public Library celebrates new, longer weekend hours

Burnaby libraries will now be open till 6 p.m. on Sundays.
Burnaby to open new spray park for kids with ice cream celebration this week

Burnaby to open new spray park for kids with ice cream celebration this week

Burnaby is hosting a family-friendly 'day of play' to celebrate the opening of a new spray park.
'Important work': This Burnaby facility collected the second-most used oil, antifreeze in B.C.

'Important work': This Burnaby facility collected the second-most used oil, antifreeze in B.C.

Collection sites contribute to keeping local communities stronger and healthier, says recycling non-profit CEO.
Letter: Development over biodiversity? Maybe Burnaby should take a step back

Letter: Development over biodiversity? Maybe Burnaby should take a step back

This letter writer believes blue heron habitats are being ignored among all the construction near Deer Lake Park and city hall.
Burnaby to get 10 new complex-care homes for people with significant health challenges

Burnaby to get 10 new complex-care homes for people with significant health challenges

BC Housing and Fraser Health team up for complex-care housing in Burnaby.
Rising Burnaby green waste could mean 'huge' tax increases

Rising Burnaby green waste could mean 'huge' tax increases

The City of Burnaby's current compost contract now costs $2 million more than expected.
Icon meets iconic: Burnaby's Christine Sinclair immortalized as Barbie doll

Icon meets iconic: Burnaby's Christine Sinclair immortalized as Barbie doll

The greatest of all time is one of nine world-renown athletes to be been enshrined as a role-model doll in her likeness.
'Distress' call leads police to suspected drug lab in Burnaby: RCMP

'Distress' call leads police to suspected drug lab in Burnaby: RCMP

The RCMP's clandestine laboratory team was at a residential property in the 6200 block of Thorne Avenue in South Burnaby Friday and Saturday investigating a suspected illicit drug lab.
Watch: Pigeon rescued in Burnaby wears diapers, refuses to leave new owner's side

Watch: Pigeon rescued in Burnaby wears diapers, refuses to leave new owner's side

Pidgey, an English trumpeter pigeon found abandoned in Burnaby's Central Park last May, has his own pants so he can live inside the home of his new owner in Aldergrove.
Killer of 13-year-old Burnaby girl allowed to attend sentencing by video

Killer of 13-year-old Burnaby girl allowed to attend sentencing by video

Ibrahim Ali, 34, is scheduled to be sentenced on June 7 for first-degree murder in the death of a girl found dead in Central Park on July 18, 2017.