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Burnaby woman cast in play about mental health issues

Burnaby woman cast in play about mental health issues

Theatre For Living's production aims to open public dialogue about mental health-care system

Pipeline economics talk on in Burnaby

Economist Robyn Allan is speaking in Burnaby this month about the economics behind major pipeline proposals, including Kinder Morgan's plan to twin the Trans Mountain line that runs through the city.

New soda and confectionary shop opens in Burnaby Heights

The paper is finally coming off the windows of Glenburn Soda Fountain and Confectionary March 12

Intergenerational music at Michael J. Fox

Burnaby North Secondary School music students help Royal City Alumni Band celebrate 25th season with joint concert at Michael J. Fox Theatre

A new landscape

In late February, the Metrotown Save-On-Foods at Station Square was demolished after closing in December. Overwaitea Food Group, Save-On's parent company, decided to close due to sales declining and uncompetitive operating costs last fall.

Kids can dance and draw for spring break

Another spring break camp has been announced for later this month, and this one is an artistic collaboration.

46-storey highrise goes to public hearing

Four rezonings could see more than 500 new housing units built

What should city do with 48-acre site?

City wants community input

Burnaby B.C. SPCA victim of theft

No animals were harmed during an early morning break-in of the Burnaby B.C. SPCA branch, but the non-profit was the victim of theft and vandalism. On Friday at 5:45 a.m.

Private schools top rankings

The Fraser Institute released its annual ranking of B.C. elementary schools, and Burnaby's top six are all private schools. Our Lady of Mercy ranked 13th in the province and first in Burnaby. Holy Cross, John Knox Christian school, St. Michaels, St.