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New highrise sparks debate in city

New highrise sparks debate in city

Sovereign highrise in Metrotown will be the tallest building in Burnaby - if not the Lower Mainland

Burnaby exhibit includes art from local children

Diane Moran is hoping some of the kids, parents and teachers she's worked with over the years in creating art in Burnaby and New Westminster will come out for a special exhibit that includes some of their work.
PHOTOS: Burnaby gets in the 'Rhythm'

PHOTOS: Burnaby gets in the 'Rhythm'

Get a healthy start for the new school year

At the start of a new school year, our kids experience a mixture of anxiety and excitement. My daughter is just starting high school: a new school, new routines, new friends. My son experienced his last first day of school.

Burnaby set to host Rivers Day celebrations

This year's Rivers Day celebration will be held on Sunday, Sept. 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Burnaby. Organizers are anticipating approximately 2,000 participants.

Police: Man charged with killing estranged wife

A local man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of his estranged wife, whose body was found Aug. 27 in a suitcase in the Fraser River.

Making a healthier city

The City of Burnaby is looking into what it would take to be part of Fraser Health's Healthier Communities Partnership initiative.

Metro Vancouver holds open house on parks and greenways plan in Burnaby tonight

Metro Vancouver is updating the 2005 Regional Parks and Greenways Plan and is looking for feedback from regional stakeholders and the public.

'I felt like I dodged a bullet ...'

Burnaby man survived same cancer that took Terry Fox
PHOTOS: This week in photos

PHOTOS: This week in photos

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