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City earns honours for new computer system

The City of Burnaby received the Portal of the Year Award from the Americas' SAP Users' Group for its Systems Applications and Products software, also known as SAP.

Burnaby RCMP bust electronics theft ring

The Burnaby RCMP announced Thursday that its prolific offender suppression team has busted an elaborate theft ring that saw 10 people arrested, 103 charges and more than $40,000 in electronic devices seized.

Parents getting political

Parents' Voice group creating a new civic party

Burnaby RCMP frustrated that Moscrop stabbing victims not co-operating

Burnaby RCMP investigators are frustrated by a lack of co-operation from two stabbing victims who suffered minor injuries Sunday night. The incident occurred at a restaurant in the 4700-block of Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby RCMP media liaison Cpl.

New fishway helps the salmon

Metro Vancouver is making it easier for fish to make their way to Burnaby Lake. The regional government is replacing a local fish ladder with a more gradual, natural-looking structure to help fish navigate the waterway.

Girls' lax nationals next week in N.W.

Three members off Burnaby's gold-medal winning bantam girls' lacrosse team will headline Team B.C. at the Girls' National Lacrosse Tournament to be held at Queen's Park Arena in New Westminster, starting Saturday, July 23.
Going away in style: Rick Taylor leaves Burnaby for Edmonton

Going away in style: Rick Taylor leaves Burnaby for Edmonton

Burnaby man gets four years for fatal assault

A Burnaby man was sentenced July 7 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.

Two sides of the debate: Politicians respond

Harry Bloy MLA for Burnaby-Lougheed and minister of multiculturalism and social development Question: When the HST was introduced, then-finance minister Colin Hansen repeatedly stated that harmonization would be "revenue-neutral," meaning the governm

B.C. to play for bronze at Canada Cup

B.C.'s under-18 football team will play for the bronze medal at the Canada Cup in Lethbridge, Alta. The West Coast squad dropped a 31-15 match-up to Team Quebec in the semifinals played on Tuesday.
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