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Nominations open for SFU Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2023

Nominations open for SFU Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2023

Nominations will be accepted online until Jan. 15.
'Confluence of bad air': How climate change is undermining B.C.'s air quality

'Confluence of bad air': How climate change is undermining B.C.'s air quality

In 2021, 16 municipalities exceeded provincial or federal air quality standards for PM 2.5, ozone or sulphur dioxide. Experts say climate change is driving a worrying trend.
Highway 1 bike overpass route in Burnaby approved showing party split

Highway 1 bike overpass route in Burnaby approved showing party split

The mayor called the project ‘an absolute gem of an opportunity,’ but some councillors asked if enough public consultation was done.
STM Knights set for B.C. AAA football semi-final clash against G.W. Graham

STM Knights set for B.C. AAA football semi-final clash against G.W. Graham

The Burnaby school went 6-0 during regular-season play.
'The greed here is interesting': Duped B.C. renter owed $24,000 from landlord

'The greed here is interesting': Duped B.C. renter owed $24,000 from landlord

After a B.C. renter wins a monetary order at the Residential Tenancy Branch, it's up to them to be a "collections agent," says a tenancy lawyer. "I think that deters a lot of people."
Here's where the cheapest — and most expensive — gas is in Burnaby currently

Here's where the cheapest — and most expensive — gas is in Burnaby currently

Gas prices hovering under $1.70/L throughout Burnaby.
It's a choral Christmas feast in New Westminster and Burnaby

It's a choral Christmas feast in New Westminster and Burnaby

Love Christmas choir concerts? Here's a chance to catch some seasonal highlights in your own backyard.
Letter: Here's how to start addressing mental health, addiction

Letter: Here's how to start addressing mental health, addiction

One mental health advocate shares some insights about how to reach those who are struggling.
B.C. long-term care homes face 'dangerous gap' in services, claims group

B.C. long-term care homes face 'dangerous gap' in services, claims group

The group representing speech-language pathologists in B.C. says the government needs to increase funding for their profession to better support those in long-term care.
Map: Where Metro Vancouverites scooped up their big lottery winning tickets in 2022

Map: Where Metro Vancouverites scooped up their big lottery winning tickets in 2022

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