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Artist's Radical Care Space explores her yearning for community

Artist's Radical Care Space explores her yearning for community

Aaniya Asrani creates immersive exhibition in partnership with Burnaby-based Curiko for visitors to explore the meaning of care.
How to keep kids safe during B.C.'s respiratory illness season

How to keep kids safe during B.C.'s respiratory illness season

COVID-19, influenza and RSV are all making kids sick — and putting a strain on B.C.'s health-care system. Here's how to do your part to cut the risk.
'Abysmal' kids' vaccination rates put B.C. health care at risk

'Abysmal' kids' vaccination rates put B.C. health care at risk

With the majority of young children not vaccinated against either COVID or influenza, this New Westminster doctor is sounding the alarm about respiratory illness season.
Burnaby Hospital Foundation honoured with Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal

Burnaby Hospital Foundation honoured with Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal

Foundation recognized for noteworthy service to the community.
Fostering belonging: Burnaby hires first internal EDI manager

Fostering belonging: Burnaby hires first internal EDI manager

“There’s no doubt when you feel like you belong somewhere, it becomes more meaningful for you.”
$100 BC Hydro and FortisBC credits announced for all B.C. households

$100 BC Hydro and FortisBC credits announced for all B.C. households

Plus, the B.C. government is issuing a new tax credit on a sliding scale to households earning less than $150,051.
Burnaby businesses saluted for excellence

Burnaby businesses saluted for excellence

Companies, leaders, non-profits win honours at 23rd annual Burnaby Business Excellence Awards.
B.C.'s 2021 floods a 'toxic soup' of fecal coliform, fuel and cocaine

B.C.'s 2021 floods a 'toxic soup' of fecal coliform, fuel and cocaine

The report, which described wildlife and human habitat blurring during the flood, found 59 substances exceeded pan-Canadian environmental quality guidelines, and in some cases, concentrations grew as flood waters receded.
Do you know this man? Burnaby RCMP want to talk to you

Do you know this man? Burnaby RCMP want to talk to you

Police are looking for help to identify a stranger who came to a Burnaby home and made "several vague threats" that may have been related to an ongoing lawsuit.
Burnaby RCMP bust truck overloaded with 4,000 kg too much fish oil

Burnaby RCMP bust truck overloaded with 4,000 kg too much fish oil

A leaking diesel tanker and a box truck carrying 4,000 kilograms more than its axle rating were just two commercial vehicles police took off the road during an enforcement on Royal Oak Avenue this month.
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