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North Burnaby gets news Community Savings branch

It's a welcome addition to a close-knit community. Community Savings held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday to show off its newest branch in Burnaby Heights.

Gutsy Walk helps fight Crohn's disease

Fundraiser coming to Confederation Park in June

Burnaby launches app for garbage pickup

Can't remember when to take the trash out? Burnaby has an app for that. The City of Burnaby's My Waste mobile phone application was launched Friday to help residents remember garbage and recycling pickup dates.

Mayor questions focus on fares

The provincial government plans to ensure transit fines are enforced, Transportation Minister Blair Lekstrom told reporters last week after TransLink announced that millions of dollars is lost annually to unpaid fines.

Soccer showcase hits Burnaby

This weekend will be an important one for women's soccer in Western Canada.

Market back at city hall

The Burnaby Farmers' Market is returning to its original home in the city hall parking lot. Council approved the move at Monday night's meeting. Coun.

More city drivers taking chances?

Burnaby sees a 148 per cent increase in red-light tickets

Volunteer program cancelled

Local non-profit groups lose help as federal budget eliminates Katimavik

B.C. red tape blocking medical student from returning home

One-time Burnaby resident Kaja Pluta wants to return to B.C. when she graduates from medical school in 2014, but she fears as a foreign-trained doctor shell be jobless.
Burnaby Lake dredging project wins award of merit from engineering association

Burnaby Lake dredging project wins award of merit from engineering association

The Association of Consulting Engineers of B.C. announced Wednesday that the City of Burnaby and its consultant, Associated Engineering, have won an award of merit in the municipal category for its Burnaby Lake rejuvenation project.