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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.
A family food affair at Agra Tandoori

A family food affair at Agra Tandoori

Ask Gurdip Bhachu the best thing about running Agra Tandoori Restaurant at 110 - 3790 Canada Way, and it literally takes no time for him to answer. "I love working with my family," he said. "This is a family business, and we work together well.

Weather helps bug control

City of Burnaby keeping an eye on mosquito population due to West Nile virus risk

Police suspect foul play in case of missing Burnaby woman

The case of a Burnaby woman missing since mid-July has now been transferred to the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team. Yating (Lancy) Hu was last seen on Friday, July 15, between 8 and 9 p.m., by her husband.

Former Burnaby South basketball player receives lengthy sentence

A New Westminster man "in the business of death" will spend the next 13 years in prison after a Supreme Court ruling Friday.

TEAM and Green parties vying for Burnaby council spots

Two municipal parties are attempting to form a more diverse council in next November's election.

Smith Manoeuvre coming to BCIT

No, it's not a wrestling move or a new dance craze. The Smith Manoeuvre is an investment strategy created by financial planner Fraser Smith, who will be presenting a seminar at the British Columbia Institute of Technology this Thursday.

Stowaway marmot is heading back home

It's homeward bound for a wayward marmot who landed in Burnaby recently. Last week, the NOW published a photo of a marmot hiding out under a car on Burns Street. The shot was taken by Frank Skinner, who spotted the animal under a neighbour's vehicle.

Group riled over FOI response

But expert says district's handling of Freedom of Information request was 'very appropriate'