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Burnaby COVID-19 cases (thankfully) fell off a cliff last week

Burnaby COVID-19 cases (thankfully) fell off a cliff last week

Cases continue to crater in the city
Award-winning choir counters negative news with 'Fight Song' performance

Award-winning choir counters negative news with 'Fight Song' performance

Virtual performance of Rachel Platten’s Fight Song to provide inspiration amid the world’s many current challenges
Multiple COVID-19 exposures revealed at Burnaby schools

Multiple COVID-19 exposures revealed at Burnaby schools

Teachers are demanding mandatory masks at schools
More COVID-19 cases discovered at Lower Mainland grocery stores

More COVID-19 cases discovered at Lower Mainland grocery stores

A Burnaby Safeway made the recent list
Seth Rogen goes off on U.S. Senator Ted Cruz in Twitter exchange

Seth Rogen goes off on U.S. Senator Ted Cruz in Twitter exchange

The feud started with Cruz criticizing one of President Biden’s first moves in the oval office
Pit stop leads to B.C.'s largest-ever scratch prize of $3 million

Pit stop leads to B.C.'s largest-ever scratch prize of $3 million

She's buying a new house
Discover several enchanting creatures in this Metro Vancouver park (VIDEO)

Discover several enchanting creatures in this Metro Vancouver park (VIDEO)

Ewoks, a dragon, and Chewbacca await you!
Burnaby won't get B.C.'s backing in TMX tree removal case

Burnaby won't get B.C.'s backing in TMX tree removal case

The provincial government will not be intervening in the case, in which Trans Mountain is seeking to bypass city processes for tree removal
Burnaby guitarist's one-minute music lessons are a TikTok hit

Burnaby guitarist's one-minute music lessons are a TikTok hit

When COVID-19 stopped live performance, Eddie Lam turned to the virtual world and found an international audience through TikTok, YouTube and Instagram
Hospitalizations from COVID-19 in B.C. fall to level last seen in November

Hospitalizations from COVID-19 in B.C. fall to level last seen in November

Death toll from the pandemic in B.C. passes 1,100 with 14 new fatalities