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Baldrey: BC Green Party has 'steep uphill battle' ahead of 2024 election

Baldrey: BC Green Party has 'steep uphill battle' ahead of 2024 election

Political columnist Keith Baldrey analyzes the Greens' current predicament, which includes its leader choosing to run in an NDP stronghold this fall.
Letter: Why I think Burnaby's BC Parkway needs a second path

Letter: Why I think Burnaby's BC Parkway needs a second path

This letter writer claims the current path is "at its maximum" for bicycle, skateboard and foot traffic.
Sunday Night Read: 'The Last Ride'

Sunday Night Read: 'The Last Ride'

This short story series submission is from Vienna Kerfoot of Port Moody.
Minter: Give your garden a boost. Here's how

Minter: Give your garden a boost. Here's how

Extra care and "sequential planting" and go a long way to make a garden more enjoyable, says master gardener Brian Minter.
Letter: A good opportunity to relocate this 'state-of-the-art' Burnaby playground

Letter: A good opportunity to relocate this 'state-of-the-art' Burnaby playground

This letter writer believes the City of Burnaby might be asking the wrong question in its Central Park Master Plan.
Letter: SkyTrains have gotten louder in my Burnaby neighbourhood

Letter: SkyTrains have gotten louder in my Burnaby neighbourhood

This letter writer believes TransLink should slow down train speeds, much like the authority did for its Vancouver routes.
BBB: Fake events, phony tickets take festival goers by surprise

BBB: Fake events, phony tickets take festival goers by surprise

Summer season is festival season. What you need to know before clicking "buy tickets."
Drunk drivers have ‘strategic incentive’ to flee: Crown at Burnaby hit-and-run sentencing

Drunk drivers have ‘strategic incentive’ to flee: Crown at Burnaby hit-and-run sentencing

Crown prosecutor Mark Myhre says it's currently a 'straightforward calculus' for B.C. drunk drivers who injure or kill people to flee the scene because they will get a shorter sentence.
Switchblade among garbage picked up by students at Burnaby school

Switchblade among garbage picked up by students at Burnaby school

Moscrop Secondary School's Clean School Collective has picked up 1,800 litres of garbage from around the school since September and aims to nearly double that by the end of next school year, according to a presentation to the school board this week.
This North Burnaby high school was over capacity the day it opened

This North Burnaby high school was over capacity the day it opened

Rapid growth in North Burnaby has the school district asking for a $29.4-million addition at a brand new $116.6-million high school that opened in January.