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RCMP tactics in Burnaby sex-related civil suit 'unlawful': Lawyer

RCMP brass in B.C. unlawfully abused authority by offering to withdraw sex-related disciplinary charges against a female officer if she agreed to drop a civil suit involving the RCMP, her lawyer alleged. Const. Susan Gastaldo and Staff-Sgt.
Party time at Burnaby library

Party time at Burnaby library

It was a party 20 years in the making. The Metrotown branch of the Burnaby Public Library celebrated its 20th anniversary on Saturday, capping off a month of fun and activities for all ages at the branch.

VIDEO: Burnaby Fire Department testing out new fire extinguisher system

Putting out a fire will never be easier after people try out the newest device from the Burnaby Fire Department.

Burnaby RCMP offer tips on how to identify a grow-op in your neighbourhood

If the property next door has covered windows, the sounds of electrical humming, fans and trickling water, you may be living beside a grow-op.

Burnaby's Willingdon Park wins Excellence Award at real estate awards

A sold-out crowd at the Marriot Vancouver Pinnacle was on hand last Thursday to see the Maria Keary Cottage, a 35-bed supportive housing facility located at 305 Carnarvon St.
City: Don't dump down storm drains

City: Don't dump down storm drains

The City of Burnaby is reminding people not to dump anything down storm drains after someone reported a milky substance in Eagle Creek on Sunday, Oct. 2.

Dow Avenue slum should not be replaced by highrise, Burnaby resident says

A property on Dow Avenue in the Metrotown area that is up for rezoning has a long history of problems, according to an area resident.

Burnaby man with knife in waistband arrested in West Vancouver

A routine traffic stop recently netted West Vancouver police four arrests, including a Burnaby man with a concealed weapon. A West Vancouver officer pulled over a black Honda Accord in the 3700-block of Cypress Bowl Road Sept.

Throne speech: New "family day" in February, cameras in riot courtrooms

The British Columbia government is pushing to have TV cameras and radio microphones allowed into all criminal trials related to the Stanley Cup riot.

Straight shooter

Bull's-eye: This Royal City resident took advantage of the nice weather to improve his aim. Aaron Franzen, New Westminster resident and archery enthusiast, lets an arrow fly at the Burnaby Lake archery field.
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