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Burnaby teacher under investigation

Parent complained after Grade 3 teacher allegedly force-fed fruit to a student

Dates set for public input on hospital plan

Committee now booking times for presentations from residents, health groups, unions and more to share ideas and concerns

Burnaby firefighters called to gas line strike

Lunch-hour traffic tied up, but no threat to public safety from excavator incident

Fraud alleged in civil claim

The Burnaby school district has filed a civil claim with the Supreme Court of B.C., alleging a former bookkeeper at Alpha Secondary defrauded the district of $100,000 over a period of three years.

Justice Institute honours Fox

Burnaby's Michael J. Fox recognized by local institute

Leacock classic comes to life

It's a Canadian classic - and it's coming to life as a benefit for the Burnaby Camping Bureau. The Burnaby Public Library is presenting a special celebratory reading of Stephen Leacock's Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town.
A secret in the Heights

A secret in the Heights

Have you learned the art of listening deeply?

We all seek to be understood, but sometimes we can be so intent on expressing our own points of view that we stop listening ourselves.

Population aging but adapting

We're getting older and living longer. There were 5,825 people aged 100 years or older in Canada last year, according to recent data from the last census. The number of centenarians increased 25.7 per cent between 2006 and 2011.

Trust fund set up to help family

SUCCESS, a local social service agency, is setting up a trust account to collect donations to help the family of Huong (Andy) Tran, the Royal Oak Sushi House owner who was killed two weeks ago.
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