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'Everyone is heartbroken': Group holds vigil in Burnaby for massacre in Ethiopia

'Everyone is heartbroken': Group holds vigil in Burnaby for massacre in Ethiopia

The Burnaby-based group Ethiopian Affairs in B.C. is calling for the Ethiopian government to protect civilians.
What to do for Canada Day in Burnaby: July 1-2

What to do for Canada Day in Burnaby: July 1-2

Enjoy fireworks, live music and even a bouncy castle.
Burnaby mayor opposes new proposed federal riding changes

Burnaby mayor opposes new proposed federal riding changes

"The plan doesn’t serve our residents."
ICBC launches summer road checks ahead of Canada Day long weekend

ICBC launches summer road checks ahead of Canada Day long weekend

ICBC is reminding drivers of the risks of driving impaired this summer as they launch CounterAttack.
Second Burnaby resident becomes millionaire in two weeks

Second Burnaby resident becomes millionaire in two weeks

Maria Hecimovic says she plans to retire five years earlier than originally planned.
Save Old Growth says it's ending major road protests

Save Old Growth says it's ending major road protests

After drawing the ire of angry drivers on major roadways to draw attention to old-growth logging, the group appears to be changing its tactics
B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

Premier John Horgan said after two bouts of cancer — throat cancer in 2021 and bladder cancer in 2008 — he is tired.
'Honoured to work with him': Burnaby South MP, NDP leader reacts to John Horgan not seeking re-election

'Honoured to work with him': Burnaby South MP, NDP leader reacts to John Horgan not seeking re-election

"As Premier, John Horgan has shown us his compassion and strength.."
Accused in Vancouver machete attack found mentally fit for court

Accused in Vancouver machete attack found mentally fit for court

Leslie Dale Chudek is charged with aggravated assault, assault, uttering threats and dangerous vehicle operation in connection with a violent gas station attack June 1.
New Westminster city council opposes federal riding change

New Westminster city council opposes federal riding change

New Westminster fears its needs could be “erased” with proposed new electoral boundaries.