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Burnaby students win premier's scholarships

Two Burnaby students are among those selected for the premier's scholarships to study abroad. The scholarships, valued between $6,000 to $10,000, went to a total of eight students in B.C.
Family fights to stay in Canada

Family fights to stay in Canada

Immigration officials are deporting a local family despite claims they face persecution and discrimination in their home country. The five family members are Roma, also known as Gypsies, and they are from the Czech Republic.

BCIT holds farmers' market tomorrow

The British Columbia Institute of Technology is holding its annual Farmers and Artisans Market on Thursday as part of the campus' Wellness Works Month, according to a press release from the school.

Legion parade OK'd

Burnaby council has approved plans for a Remembrance Day parade in Burnaby Heights. The request, put forth by Legion No. 148, was approved at Monday night's council meeting.

Burnaby firefighter takes it off for charity

Flip to the third page in the 2012 Greater Vancouver Hall of Flame calendar and you'll find Burnaby resident and Vancouver firefighter Mitch Baker, adorned in firefighting gear and looking determined. "I am Mr. March.

Christmas campaign gets started early

When it comes to Christmas, everyone knows that Santa's elves spend the entire year preparing - and a group of "elves" at Burnaby North Secondary are following their lead and getting started early.
New fishway finished

New fishway finished

Fish will find it easier to swim in and out of Burnaby Lake now that Metro Vancouver has completed a new passageway at the Cariboo Dam on Brunette River.

How much is that doggy in the window?

Dog lover wants city to ban pet store animal sales

Clan still trying for win

The SFU Clan's long NCAA nightmare continued on Saturday in Ellensburg, Washington as the Clan dropped to 04 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference with a 37-17 loss to the Central Washington Wildcats.

Student wins his battle

A local student who claimed his article on Middle East politics was censored by school administration finally got his piece published in the school paper.
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