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Hilton Blue Christmas party a big hit in Burnaby

As an Elvis Presley impersonator rocked through The King's collection of hits - along with other party favourites such as Neil Diamond's Sweet Caroline and John Cafferty's On the Dark Side - the Hilton Vancouver Metrotown's annual Christmas party was
EBO is the place to be

EBO is the place to be

Burnaby RCMP look for grocery store robber

The Burnaby RCMP is asking for the public's assistance to help solve a robbery which occurred Oct. 27 at the Choices Market grocery store on 10th Avenue, along the Burnaby-New Westminster border. The incident occurred at approximately 6 p.m.

Teachers launch poverty petition

The Burnaby Teachers' Association has been circulating a petition at local schools, calling on the province and civic governments to work together to come up with a poverty reduction plan for children.

Mayor looks back on 2012 in inaugural address

Collaboration is key to city success, says Corrigan

'We absolutely need a new hospital', Corrigan

The recently released report on Burnaby Hospital blames the Fraser Health Authority for the hospital's woes instead of the B.C. Health Ministry, according to local New Democrat MLA Kathy Corrigan.

Police seize surveillance video in vicinity of gangster Sukh Dhak's Burnaby death

Homicide investigators have seized surveillance video in the vicinity of the double murder last week of gangster Sukh Dhak and his bodyguard Thomas Mantel. But Sgt.

Auditor general annual report includes New Westminster SD40's business company examination

Auditor general John Doyle is releasing his annual summary report this week, which contains five different projects - including an examination of the New Westminster school district's controversial business company, which overseas a school in China.

Operation Red Nose a big opening weekend success in New Westminster and Burnaby

With the calendar turning to December and holiday party season in full swing, Operation Red Nose kicked off last Friday to good numbers in Burnaby and New Westminster.

Two Mann Cup participants reprimanded for cannabis violations

Two lacrosse players who participated in September's Mann Cup between the Peterborough Lakers and the Langley Thunder have tested positive for cannabis.