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B.C. telehealth visits absolutely ballooned at height of pandemic

B.C. telehealth visits absolutely ballooned at height of pandemic

While telehealth can be convenient, a B.C. doctor says investing in primary care is strongly needed.
Burnaby councillor opposes plan for 80-storey tower in Burnaby

Burnaby councillor opposes plan for 80-storey tower in Burnaby

Coun. Colleen Jordan is concerned about transferring rental units off-site.
Pain at hands of her counsellor: A Burnaby woman's story of surviving authoritative abuse

Pain at hands of her counsellor: A Burnaby woman's story of surviving authoritative abuse

Bernadine Fox sought therapy at a young age, but the person on the other side took advantage of her vulnerability. She recently received a provincial award for using her testimony to help her community.
Canadian Blood Services holding pop-up blood donation clinics this summer in Burnaby, New West

Canadian Blood Services holding pop-up blood donation clinics this summer in Burnaby, New West

Canadian Blood Servies issued a plea for more donors in May.
LINE FRIENDS and BT21 pop-up is coming to Burnaby on June 30

LINE FRIENDS and BT21 pop-up is coming to Burnaby on June 30

After their successful run in Toronto last year, the PLAY LINE FRIENDS store is making its debut in the West Coast at Metropolis at Metrotown. The collection will include merchandise featuring BT21, a character line curated by BTS members, among others.
Almost half of Canadians are ready to buy an electric vehicle, says poll

Almost half of Canadians are ready to buy an electric vehicle, says poll

The number of Canadians looking to buy electric vehicles in 2022 has hit its highest level yet, with B.C. leading the way, according to a new poll from professional services firm Ernst & Young Global Limited.
What to do in Burnaby this weekend: local events June 25-26

What to do in Burnaby this weekend: local events June 25-26

There's tons do in Burnaby: enjoy music by Indigenous songwriter Francis Baptiste, food trucks and breweries at the first-ever Foodstock, and the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival's "wife-carrying contest."
Hot, hot, hot: Metro Vancouver forecast includes temperatures up to 31°C

Hot, hot, hot: Metro Vancouver forecast includes temperatures up to 31°C

A special weather statement has been issued by Environment Canada.
One-third of Metro Vancouver businesses say they’re worse off now than in 2019

One-third of Metro Vancouver businesses say they’re worse off now than in 2019

Greater Vancouver Board of Trade survey reveals half of local businesses expect rising costs to be a challenge in months ahead.
B.C. inflation overtakes national average, hitting 8.1% in May

B.C. inflation overtakes national average, hitting 8.1% in May

National inflation reaches highest rate since 1983