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Burnaby comes out for National Indigenous Peoples Day

Burnaby comes out for National Indigenous Peoples Day

Community members honoured National Indigenous Peoples Day with dance, song and storytelling at Edmonds Park and Plaza on June 21.
'It is a good day': Indigenous TikTok dancer reflects on past year

'It is a good day': Indigenous TikTok dancer reflects on past year

For National Indigenous Peoples Day, a Burnaby man from Ktunaxa Nation performed his traditional dance across Metro Vancouver.
'It's life changing': Burnaby woman nearly $11M richer after Lotto 6/49 win

'It's life changing': Burnaby woman nearly $11M richer after Lotto 6/49 win

Trang Dang bought her ticket while waiting for a friend who was late for dinner, and is now making travel plans to Europe.
Meet Mark Falkenberg, the newspaper's new editor

Meet Mark Falkenberg, the newspaper's new editor

How did a University of Montana journalism grad end up at the helm of the New West Record, Burnaby NOW and Tri-City News? Read on.
Man charged in series of sexual assaults in Burnaby, Vancouver

Man charged in series of sexual assaults in Burnaby, Vancouver

Police say the sexual assaults happened during a three-day period between March 31 and April 2, 2022.
Burnaby students drum for National Indigneous Peoples Day

Burnaby students drum for National Indigneous Peoples Day

École Alpha Secondary School students are featured in the Drum Across North and South America video compilation, drumming and dancing with drums they made under the guidance of Skwxú7mesh Nation elder Ketximtn Alroy Baker.
First Opera in the Park event coming to Burnaby's Deer Lake

First Opera in the Park event coming to Burnaby's Deer Lake

Listen to the Vancouver Opera perform your favourite movie selections from The Godfather, Mission Impossible and other popular scores.
Black bear shot and killed in Burnaby by Vancouver police

Black bear shot and killed in Burnaby by Vancouver police

Police say the bear was going in and out of yards, walking in traffic and getting dangerously close to people and pets.
Burnaby pipeline protester sentenced to 60 days in jail

Burnaby pipeline protester sentenced to 60 days in jail

"I did it for the orcas primarily," said a man convicted of breaching a Trans Mountain injunction.
Burnaby's first-ever reconciliation crosswalk design unveiled

Burnaby's first-ever reconciliation crosswalk design unveiled

Students at Westridge Elementary unveiled the Thunderbird design created by Salish artist Atheana Picha from the Kwantlen First Nation.