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Calgary man identified as deceased worker in Burnaby accident

Jeffrey Caron, a 28-year-old from Calgary, has been identified as the man who died in a workplace accident near the intersection of Edinburgh Street and Gilmore Avenue in North Burnaby on Thursday morning. The B.C.
Bringing pieces of the world back to Canada

Bringing pieces of the world back to Canada

Burnaby resident has unique offerings in his Urban Gypsy shop

Local inventor at store

The woman behind a local business success story will be in Burnaby this weekend as part of a special event at the Chapters Indigo store in Metropolis at Metrotown.

Former MP backs Cummins

For New Westminster provincial Conservative candidate Paul Forseth, there's no doubt who he's supporting in the brouhaha surrounding the beleaguered party.

Bringing students into the business world

The Burnaby Board of Trade is starting up its Student Access Program this month. The board launched the program with an orientation event at the Electronic Arts facility in Burnaby last Wednesday.

Popular chocolate business hit by thief - again

Charlie's Chocolate Factory on Canada Way loses a pair of silver award bowls in theft

Anti-pipeline tour coming to Burnaby

A prominent left-wing organization is launching a speaking tour against oil pipelines and tankers in B.C., and the speakers' panel is coming to Burnaby, the terminus for the Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.

Ready, set, shakeout

Duck and cover, Burnaby. The third annual B.C. ShakeOut, a province-wide earthquake drill, is taking place on Oct. 18 at 10: 18 a.m., according to a press release from the City of Burnaby's emergency program coordinator, Charmaigne Pflugrath.

'Dissidents' battle on

A longtime Burnaby resident and devoted Conservative is at the heart of an internal squabble that could threaten the future of the B.C. Conservative Party - and she's not about to back down.

Religion: Who should pay?

effort to represent the major faiths. But, honestly, wouldn't it be better to spend this money on victim services instead? The total program costs about $6.4 million. That could buy a lot of nonreligious counselling.