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Burnaby SFU student helps raise more than 42,000 pounds of food for charity

In the end, Richard Loat ended up more than doubling his goal. The SFU student was trying to collect 20,000 pounds of food for local food banks by playing ball hockey all across the country.

Oakville comes west for Crosby reward

The Oakville Hawks were finally rewarded with the gold medal in the Tier 1 division at the 26th annual Jack Crosby memorial novice all-star lacrosse tournament.

YTV show filming in city

Wondering what to do with the kids this summer? How about taking them to see the filming of a popular Canadian television show? YTV's Mr.
Forest Grove community protests proposed Burnaby Mountain gondola with chalk art

Forest Grove community protests proposed Burnaby Mountain gondola with chalk art

It isn't your typical form of protest, but it is a colourful way to get a message across.

Weekend discoveries abound

We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend. We've moved publication to our Friday editions. For this week's feature, we have some fun summer events lined up.

SFU student support staff locked out at Burnaby campus

The picket lines are going up now that labour negotiations between the Simon Fraser Student Society and support staff have fallen apart.

Corrigan says mayors buckled on property tax

Plan to subsidize new SkyTrain line includes two cents per litre gas tax surcharge and potential property tax hike in 2013

Burnaby man receives four years for "one-punch manslaughter"

A Burnaby man was sentenced Thursday for his part in a 2009 fatal assault in Surrey. Faris Omerovic, 20, received four years of jail time for the 2009 "one-punch manslaughter" of Sher Singh. B.C.

$100k club doubled since '07

Annual report shows more than 100 city hall staffers earning above $100,000

Burnaby RCMP looking for missing Arizona senior

The Burnaby RCMP is seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing Arizona man who may be in the Lower Mainland. Robert Milwrick, 80, left Victorville, California on July 5 with his sister.
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