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Check out the neighbour's harvest

Check out the neighbour's harvest

The Burnaby Heights Neighbourhood Association is teaming up with the Heights Garden Society to take local residents on an edible garden tour this Sunday.

Woman killed by train at Burnaby crossing Thursday afternoon

A 30-year-old woman pushing her bike across train tracks at Cariboo Road near Government Street was hit and killed by a Rocky Mountaineer train on Thursday afternoon. According to Burnaby Supt. Derren Lench, the incident occurred just before 4:45 p.
Workers hit bricks for a day

Workers hit bricks for a day

Corrections workers joined the picket line outside the provincial youth prison in Burnaby on Wednesday. "We're looking for a reasonable contract, and we're looking to keep ourselves up with the cost of inflation.

Plan for Brentwood good for Burnaby

The proposed developments at Brentwood Town Centre, which have been in the news for the past few weeks, got me thinking about how shopping centres have changed over the years.

African festival a hit

The annual African Ekassa Cultural Festival drew about 700 people to celebrate the many facets of African culture. The event, on Aug.

Officer Kilpatrick has his eye on you

With school back in session, what better time is there to remind drivers to slow down, and Burnaby's David Kilpatrick has a story or two to explain why. "Officer Kilpatrick," is a well-known character around Burnaby schools.

City MP backs Chevron's case for oil supply

Mayor Derek Corrigan and BurnabyDouglas MP Kennedy Stewart will have a say at a National Energy Board hearing, as the local Chevron refinery pleads its case for priority access to oil coming down Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.

New courts for local park

A new bocce area at Confederation Park was made possible through a $15,000 donation from the Burnaby-based G&F Financial Group. The courts were completed in time for the B.C.

Local talent at Fringe

As an actress, Stephanie Hendersen knows how important it is to become intimately acquainted with the characters she plays. Portraying four members of her own family, in a play she wrote herself, makes this a lot easier, of course.

Top 5 things to do

The kids are back in school, the days are getting shorter and the September rush of activities is in full swing. It's time for Burnaby residents to get out and enjoy the best of the city before fall comes in full force.