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Asbestos removal company fined $20K for falsifying air tests at Burnaby site

Asbestos removal company fined $20K for falsifying air tests at Burnaby site

Penta Done Construction Ltd. was the asbestos removal company at a Burnaby house slated for demolition in the fall. A WorkSafeBC inspector reported the company didn't test for airborne asbestos during or after the 'high-risk' work.
Port Moody group teaching youth about B.C. drug crisis wins grant

Port Moody group teaching youth about B.C. drug crisis wins grant

The Ministry of the Attorney General also handed out multiculturalism and inclusivity grants to groups operating in New Westminster and Burnaby.
Defence wants Ibrahim Ali's murder verdict in Burnaby girl's death tossed for delays

Defence wants Ibrahim Ali's murder verdict in Burnaby girl's death tossed for delays

A jury found Ibrahim Ali guilty of first-degree murder in the death of a 13-year-old girl found dead in a Burnaby park in July 2017. He is back in court this week as his lawyer applies to have his conviction thrown out because of years of court delays.
Vancouver Camera Show comes to Burnaby this weekend

Vancouver Camera Show comes to Burnaby this weekend

German futuristic dystopian film set to live, 'expansive' music comes to Burnaby theatre

German futuristic dystopian film set to live, 'expansive' music comes to Burnaby theatre

'The Mediator between the Head and the Hands Must Be the Heart,' says Fritz Lang, director of the 1927 film 'Metropolis.' The film will screen at Burnaby's Shadbolt Centre this week.
Baldrey: B.C.'s record of public budget overruns on new infrastructure

Baldrey: B.C.'s record of public budget overruns on new infrastructure

Here's why columnist Keith Baldrey is crossing his fingers on behalf of taxpayers that major projects in works can come in on budget.
Korean food supplier plans to turn auto garage into Burnaby grocery store

Korean food supplier plans to turn auto garage into Burnaby grocery store

The city approved a temporary use permit for a grocery store in the Royal Oak neighbourhood.
Burnaby's Edmonds pool to close for maintenance in April

Burnaby's Edmonds pool to close for maintenance in April

The Fred Randall Pool at Edmonds Community Centre will be closed for maintenance.
Sunday Night Read: 'Poor Polly'

Sunday Night Read: 'Poor Polly'

This short story series submission is from Peter Manning of Port Coquitlam.
Photos: Burnaby inducts 2023 sports hall of fame class

Photos: Burnaby inducts 2023 sports hall of fame class

Sportscaster Don Taylor was part of the latest celebrated class. He is the Hall's first-ever broadcast/media personality inductee.