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PHOTOS: Sharing their backyard with 'Chomper'

PHOTOS: Sharing their backyard with 'Chomper'

New Montessori preschool planned

A new child-care centre, Seeds and Roots Montessori, has been proposed for the Bainbridge Avenue area of Burnaby. The facility, with space for 53 children, is planned for 2830 Bainbridge Ave.

Mill to close: 100 lose jobs

The Norampac containerboard mill in Burnaby is shutting down by Dec. 1, according to a press release from parent company Cascades Inc. The closure means 100 workers will lose their jobs.

Diacarbon wins twice at New Ventures Competition

Burnaby agriculture research company Diacarbon Energy Inc. won the B.C. Bioenergy network prize at the British Columbia Innovation Council's New Ventures Competition.

Building permits up - but revenue below 2008 level

The amount of building permits provided by the city neared 2008 levels in August, but the amount of money collected for those permits did not. There were 192 building permits dispensed this August, bringing the year-to-date total to 1,219.

Burnaby-New Westminster MP Peter Julian still mulling run for NDP leadership

He's now received four endorsements from NDP backbenchers, but Burnaby-New Westminster MP Peter Julian said he's still 10 days away from deciding if he'll throw his hat into the NDP leadership ring.
Do you recognize anybody from Burnaby? More Stanley Cup riot suspect photos released

Do you recognize anybody from Burnaby? More Stanley Cup riot suspect photos released

Nine Burnaby addresses listed as part of new RCMP marijuana grow ops initiative

Nine Burnaby addresses are among the places listed as sites of recent marijuana grow operations and drug labs dismantled by the RCMP. The addresses are part of a new RCMP and Government of Canada national strategy to combat grow ops.

Trial of man accused of killing Burnaby student Amanda Zhao wraps up in China

The trial in China of Ang Li, accused of killing his former girlfriend Amanda Zhao in Burnaby in 2002, has wrapped up in China.

SFU students back plans for gondola up mountain

Arry Dhillon, a fourth-year Simon Fraser Business student, won't be around to see a gondola if TransLink ever does send one up the mountain.