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Company makes waves for green ideas

Agriculture research company in the hunt for top prize in New Ventures Competition

Fourteen arrested in prostitution crackdown

The Burnaby RCMP announced Wednesday they have arrested 14 people recently as part of the third instalment of an ongoing crime reduction project targeting prostitution along the Kingsway corridor.

'There is no way she would leave the kids'

Parents of missing Burnaby woman speak out about case

Eight years for sexual assault

A Burnaby man found guilty of biting off the nose of his girlfriend during a sexual assault has been sentenced to eight years in jail. After credit for pre-sentence custody, Rodolfo Gonzalez-Hernandez, 45, must serve four-and-a-half years in prison.

TransLink lowers flags to honour Jack Layton

TransLink has committed to flying flags on its properties in Metro Vancouver at half-mast on Saturday, to mark New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton's funeral. "There has been much well-deserved praise for Mr.

Burnaby pastry chef moves on to extreme cake making

Train stations, jewelry boxes and ghetto blasters may not sound all that tasty, but a new generation of cake makers is expanding the boundaries of edible art.
New Westminster coyote sightings on the rise

New Westminster coyote sightings on the rise

The Record's readers have been spotting plenty of coyotes in recent weeks as this year's young venture out to find their own territory. "We've been getting lots of phone calls - mainly from the Queen's Park area. That's pretty typical.

Burnaby Central alumni Stu Ballantyne named as CEO of 2015 Canada Winter Games

Stu Ballantyne will be leading another major sporting event after he was appointed chief executive officer of the Prince George 2015 Canada Winter Games on Wednesday.

No. 9 VIP room opens with gala party at Starlight Casino in New Westminster

More than 300 people turned out for the grand opening of the No. 9 VIP room at the Starlight Casino in Queensborough on Tuesday night.

Paul Forseth seeks provincial Conservative nomination

Former MP Paul Forseth is backing off from TEAM Burnaby's civic slate to seek the provincial Conservative nomination for New Westminster. "My political friends in TEAM Burnaby had invited me to run for city council in Burnaby, and I said I would.