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All for safety

It was a fun event with a healthy educational focus. On Saturday, July 28 at SFU's main Burnaby campus, SFU campus security hosted its 15th annual Kids Safety Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For the love of sport - and each other

For the love of sport - and each other

Burnaby couple competing in upcoming Seniors Games

Lee set to run

Richard Lee after fourth term as Liberal candidate in North Burnaby

Burnaby considering joint-ban on shark fin

The days of shark fin soup could be numbered as Burnaby, Vancouver and Richmond enter discussions about a coordinated ban of the fins.

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Burnaby plans to monitor sewage

The City of Burnaby is planning to keep a closer eye on raw sewage flowing into the Burrard Inlet, as per new wastewater rules announced by the federal government in July.

Burnaby man identified as Vancouver homicide victim

The victim of Vancouver's sixth homicide of 2012 has been identified as Burnaby's Ronald William March, 57. March's body was discovered the evening of Aug. 8 in the 3400 block of Renfrew Street after being fatally stabbed in the alley.

Police chase motorcycle

Port Coquitlam man facing charges following lengthy police chase through city

More highrises for Metrotown

Three-storey buildings to come down for new sites

Changes coming for Kensington site

The site of a self-serve car wash at 6147 Hastings St. could be redeveloped into retail and restaurant space.
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