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Burnaby bids farewell to top cop Taylor

Burnaby bids farewell to top cop Taylor

Giro returns

The Giro di Burnaby returned to the streets of the Heights last Thursday, July 14 - and residents and cyclists alike didn't let grey skies stop them from enjoying the occasion. Photographer Jason Lang was out capturing all the action.

NDP leader addresses Burnaby Board of Trade

B.C. needs to invest in education, high-paying jobs, a "knowledge economy" and natural resources, according to New Democrat leader Adrian Dix. Dix's comments came at a Burnaby Board of Trade Luncheon on Thursday, July 21.

Group hopes to save clubhouse

After housing the Burnaby Mental Wealth Society for more than a decade, the homey twostorey clubhouse at 6112 Sussex Ave. is up for lease.

Three Burnaby residents among 37 who've turned themselves in after Vancouver riot

Three Burnaby residents are among the 37 people who have turned themselves in to police after last month's Stanley Cup riot in downtown Vancouver. The numbers come courtesy of a Vancouver Police Department press release on Wednesday.

Two New Westminster residents among 37 who've turned themselves in after Vancouver riot

Two New Westminster residents are among the 37 people who have turned themselves in to police after last month's Stanley Cup riot in downtown Vancouver. The numbers come courtesy of a Vancouver Police Department press release on Wednesday.
Gearing up to help kids

Gearing up to help kids

What started as a school assignment has turned into a sporting drive to help families in need. Five Simon Fraser University students in a project management class came up with the idea to hold a sporting drive.

Burnaby cellphone store site of second robbery in three months

For the second time in three months, police swarmed around Pacific CoastCom, which sells high-end cellphones and smartphones at a business complex at 3430 Brighton Ave., right beside the Burnaby NOW office.

City earns honours for new computer system

The City of Burnaby received the Portal of the Year Award from the Americas' SAP Users' Group for its Systems Applications and Products software, also known as SAP.

Burnaby RCMP bust electronics theft ring

The Burnaby RCMP announced Thursday that its prolific offender suppression team has busted an elaborate theft ring that saw 10 people arrested, 103 charges and more than $40,000 in electronic devices seized.