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‘Messing with our lives’: Burnaby resident frustrated road closing for Trans Mountain work

‘Messing with our lives’: Burnaby resident frustrated road closing for Trans Mountain work

Noise, closures, dust and odours will impact area
Viral video shows large rat scurrying across UBC cafeteria's grill station (VIDEO)

Viral video shows large rat scurrying across UBC cafeteria's grill station (VIDEO)

An employee picks the rodent up from the counter with tongs.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit record 895

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit record 895

COVID-19 hospitalizations have been at record levels in each of the past five data updates.
'Irresponsible': Disability and Neurodiversity Alliance calls out SFU over return to in-person classes amid COVID-19 surge

'Irresponsible': Disability and Neurodiversity Alliance calls out SFU over return to in-person classes amid COVID-19 surge

Numerous universities across the province held off on in-person instruction to start winter term
COVID-19 positivity rates rise in Burnaby during latest reporting period

COVID-19 positivity rates rise in Burnaby during latest reporting period

Data recorded from Jan. 11 to 17, 2022
Burnaby man arrested for allegedly stealing packages at his own Metrotown apartment building

Burnaby man arrested for allegedly stealing packages at his own Metrotown apartment building

Police say more than $5,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from more than 24 victims
Victim identified, murder charges laid in Burnaby mall stabbing

Victim identified, murder charges laid in Burnaby mall stabbing

Everton Downey, 32, has been charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of North Vancouver's Melissa Blimkie, 25.
Trucker with learner's licence caught driving semi unsupervised and off route in Burnaby

Trucker with learner's licence caught driving semi unsupervised and off route in Burnaby

Twenty of the 32 commercial vehicles checked during an enforcement blitz Tuesday were taken off the road for safety violations.
Opinion: Burnaby shopper eating expired food because can’t afford ‘sticker shock’ prices

Opinion: Burnaby shopper eating expired food because can’t afford ‘sticker shock’ prices

Rents and food prices continue to go up
B.C. doubling supports for Burnaby businesses ordered closed due to COVID-19

B.C. doubling supports for Burnaby businesses ordered closed due to COVID-19

Others now reopening can also receive grant money