Skip to content

Local News

Sharks gain a protector in city woman

Sharks gain a protector in city woman

Claudia Li Challenges Chinese Tradition, Shark Fin Soup, to Save Sharks

Burnaby home fire being probed for gang links; arson suspected

A North Burnaby house being probed for its link to a fugitive United Nations gang leader was severely damaged in a suspected arson fire Thursday. Neighbours of the house at 7350 Pandora St. called 911 about 4:22 a.m.

'Natural need' sparks protest

Members of Acorn Canada carried a cardboard cutout of a portable toilet into the Residential Tenancy Branch in Burnaby on Wednesday morning, protesting a lack of public washrooms in the building.

Think pink at Burnaby farmers' market this weekend

Burnaby residents are invited to take care of their health in more ways than one at this weekend's farmers' market at the Burnaby Village Museum. Not only will there be healthy food on hand, but the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, B.C.

Readers, share your shots

From pets to local events, the NOW wants your pictures
PHOTOS: Family of coyotes frolics on Metrotown lawn in broad daylight

PHOTOS: Family of coyotes frolics on Metrotown lawn in broad daylight

Parents' Voice critiquing Burnaby school district ads

A group of parents upset by the Burnaby school district's anti-homophobia policy is now criticizing its spending on advertising.

Local citizen helps in arrest of two people in Burnaby break-and-enter

The attentive action of a concerned citizen helped the Burnaby RCMP arrest two people in a recent business break-and-enter. On Canada Day, at approximately 7 a.m.

Nurses deliver bouquets

On a surprise visit to the New Vista Society, a support and housing facility for seniors, the B.C. Nurses Union (BCNU) delivered more than 50 bouquets.

Group plays for food

SFU students and staff play hockey to raise food bank donations
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks