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New B.C. housing laws will set housing targets for municipalities, lift strata rental restrictions

New B.C. housing laws will set housing targets for municipalities, lift strata rental restrictions

Premier David Eby's proposed measures include laws that could order fast-growing municipalities to meet housing supply targets and end rental restrictions based on age or type of building. 
Burnaby tower with 'poor door' and 'segregated amenities' approaches approval

Burnaby tower with 'poor door' and 'segregated amenities' approaches approval

A 53-storey highrise planned for the Metrotown area has two separate entrances for its rental and strata units.
Dine the Line showcases Burnaby restaurants by SkyTrain

Dine the Line showcases Burnaby restaurants by SkyTrain

Which culinary hot spot will be first on your list?
Borrow some sunshine to fight the winter blues

Borrow some sunshine to fight the winter blues

Light therapy lamps can help combat seasonal affective disorder.
Letter: Thanks for showing the human side of John Horgan

Letter: Thanks for showing the human side of John Horgan

Would our province and our country be better off if we could turn the tide on mockery and attacks?
Police corner seven illegal ride hailing vehicles in Burnaby

Police corner seven illegal ride hailing vehicles in Burnaby

'We’ve found, unfortunately, that we need to conduct such maneuvers because, quite a few times, these drivers have seen our red and blues and try to take off from us,' Burnaby RCMP Const. Kevin Connolly said of using police cars to block-in illegal ride hailing vehicles.
Intro to Lacrosse returns to Burnaby after three year break

Intro to Lacrosse returns to Burnaby after three year break

"Burnaby Minor Lacrosse is excited to be back introducing our Burnaby children to basic lacrosse skills."
Red Leafs midfielder Mark Talisuna named to All-West Region First Team

Red Leafs midfielder Mark Talisuna named to All-West Region First Team

Talisuna was also recently named the 2022 Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) men's soccer player of the year.
'A big concern': Massive Metrotown development includes 'tiny' studios

'A big concern': Massive Metrotown development includes 'tiny' studios

Non-market studio units in the four-tower phase 2 of Concord Metrotown are set for a minimum of 323 sq. ft.
Makers Market pop-ups come to Burnaby this weekend

Makers Market pop-ups come to Burnaby this weekend

Get your Christmas shopping lists ready for unique creations on sale at Brentwood event.
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