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A little art at blues fest

A captivating street theatre act will call Art's Home its stage at the 12th annual Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival.

BCIT boarder wins in Europe

Burnaby's Patrick Switzer won his second open downhill World Cup skateboarding race at the Insul Cup in Germany on Saturday. The BCIT-sponsored downhill racer defeated Stefan Rufli of Switzerland and Germany's Boris Shinke in the final at Insul.

Burnaby man sentenced to eight years for nose-bite sex attack

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 41/2 years in prison.
PHOTOS: A getaway retreat at home

PHOTOS: A getaway retreat at home

Lakers denied a playoff spot

The Burnaby Lakers did everything in their power to earn a Western Lacrosse Association playoff spot. However, teams with little at stake were not as accomodating.

SFU prof found dead in home

University's acting president says news of death is "complete and utter shock"

Burnaby RCMP arrest five people for graffiti offences

The Burnaby RCMP announced Tuesday the recent arrests of five people involved in graffiti offences in the city.

For the love of helping

"Very dedicated" was the phrase for a special couple who've consistently stepped up to the plate for every Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival, according to its volunteer coodinator Mona Lochan.

Burnaby field co-coach steps down

Simon Fraser University men's lacrosse co-head coach Jeff Cathrea announced his resignation on July 31.

B.C. Bears upset defending champs in senior rugby league opener

The B.C. Bears came up sixes in the Canadian Rugby Championship opener thanks in part to six represenatitives from the Burnaby Lake Rugby Club. Joe Dolesau and Esava Nakulanisa both scored tries for the Bears in B.C.