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Carter Automotive Family inducted into Business Excellence Hall of Fame

This year's inductee into Burnaby's Business Excellence Hall of Fame is the Carter Automotive family, the Burnaby Board of Trade has announced.

Black backs Topp - Stewart hopes for Julian

New Westminster MLA Dawn Black has endorsed the first candidate to throw his hat in the ring for leadership of the federal New Democrats.
Burnaby residents asked to look at fresh batch of riot photos, ID rioters

Burnaby residents asked to look at fresh batch of riot photos, ID rioters

Burnaby sees spike in break-ins

Burnaby RCMP say there's been a rash of break-ins and thefts from homes in the Southwest portion of Burnaby, and they need the public to be more vigilant. According to a press release from Cpl.

Activist launches 'purple' campaign

Hopes to see all schools, including private ones, adopt gay-positive policies

Pinocchio Art and Craft School hosts open house in Burnaby this Saturday

At the forefront of a burgeoning kiddie arts movement in Burnaby Heights is Pinocchio Art and Craft School, which recently opened its second location at 4537 Hastings St. The school is holding a grand opening party this Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m.

Group targets leg-hold traps

A Burnaby animal rights group is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever set an illegal leg-hold trap that led to the death of a Surrey raccoon.

Highrise causes concern

A resident in the Metrotown neighbourhood is concerned about a proposed highrise near the Maywood Community School. Laura Ballon does not think the location of the proposed 32-storey highrise was well thought out by the city.

Fundraiser set to help local fire victims

A fundraiser to help a family get back on their feet, following a house fire, is set for later this month.

What's up around Burnaby this weekend?

We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend. We've moved publication to our Friday editions. This week, we have some rummage sales, high school reunions and registration for a kids' swap meet.