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Pedestrian killed

A pedestrian was struck and killed early Saturday morning as he was walking along Lougheed Highway. According to Burnaby RCMP, the man was walking along the inside shoulder next to the concrete median around 4: 40 a.m.

Break-ins spike in southwest Burnaby

Burnaby RCMP say there's been a rash of break-ins and thefts from homes in the southwest area of Burnaby, and they need the public to be more vigilant. According to a press release from Cpl.

Burnaby Mountie 'fully liable' for fatal crash, attorney claims

RCMP Const. Petina Kostiuk was clearly negligent when she accelerated through a red light and collided with another vehicle, killing two men, a lawyer argued Wednesday.

Man charged in death of Burnaby man

A 22-year-old man is facing a second-degree murder charge in the death of a Burnaby man in Vancouver on the weekend.

Roof fire at Burnaby Metrotown Sears leads to store evacuation

A small roof fire at the Sears Metrotown location on Tuesday afternoon has led to the store being closed while Burnaby firefighters try to air the smoke out.

Burnaby Hospital's Rhythm of Life raises $71,500

The annual Rhythm of Life walk/run event raised $71,500 for the Burnaby Hospital's healthy heart program and a new defibrillator for the emergency department.

Burnaby RCMP respond to pedestrian fatality

A pedestrian was struck and killed early Saturday morning as he was walking along Lougheed Highway. According to Burnaby RCMP, the man was walking along the inside shoulder next to the concrete median around 4:40 a.

Burnaby woman's accused killer to face Beijing trial this week

Almost nine years after Amanda Zhao was murdered in B.C., her accused killer and former boyfriend is going to trial in China. New Democrat MLA Jenny Kwan announced Monday that a trial for Ang Li is scheduled to start in Beijing Tuesday.

Burnaby Board of Trade is on the hunt for the greenest businesses

The Burnaby Board of Trade is on the lookout for the city's greenest companies. The search is being carried out by Clare Matheson, environmental consultant for the board.

Burnaby cops conduct hearing adjourned

RCMP Const. Susan Gastaldo broke down in tears as a police code-of-conduct hearing into her sexual relationship with a high-ranking Mountie from Burnaby was adjourned on Friday. Gastaldo and Staff-Sgt.
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