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Burnaby strata sues over concrete repair that allegedly knocked out elevator

Burnaby strata sues over concrete repair that allegedly knocked out elevator

A Metrotown strata claims JFR Concrete Repair and Waterproofing sliced through an electrical conduit during concrete repair work in the highrise's parkade.
Baldrey: What this longtime MLA's departure could mean B.C.'s political future

Baldrey: What this longtime MLA's departure could mean B.C.'s political future

Mike de Jong helped build the free enterprise coalition after his historic byelection win in 1994. Will his retirement play a role in breaking it up?
Update: Missing persons found

Update: Missing persons found

Nearly $50K in B.C. funding to amp up Burnaby's music scene

Nearly $50K in B.C. funding to amp up Burnaby's music scene

The provincial investments are set to help Burnaby rock out at live events later this year.
Column: Federal taxes hurting B.C. wineries and craft brewers

Column: Federal taxes hurting B.C. wineries and craft brewers

Annual automatic tax hikes on alcohol should not be allowed, the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation claims.
Temporary location of Burnaby's Cameron Library to open April 29

Temporary location of Burnaby's Cameron Library to open April 29

The branch, to be named "Temporary Cameron Community Centre and Library," will be inside the City of Lougheed mall.
Photos: Kids experience 'science in action' by Burnaby STEM team

Photos: Kids experience 'science in action' by Burnaby STEM team

SFU's science outreach program hosted a group of keen young minds and demonstrated experiments in chemistry and physics.
Minter: Early February colour — and why we crave it

Minter: Early February colour — and why we crave it

Spring's first day is not until March 21, but expert Brian Minter says there are ways to make your gardens more vibrant for the rest of winter.
Photos: Burnaby Heights celebrates Year of the Dragon

Photos: Burnaby Heights celebrates Year of the Dragon

Two lions led a procession down Hastings street.
$15K donated to this Burnaby non-profit to help combat food insecurity

$15K donated to this Burnaby non-profit to help combat food insecurity

Burnaby Neighbourhood House is in the middle of a month-long initiative that provides essential meals to vulnerable residents.