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Letters: Burnaby pools have needed help for years

Letters: Burnaby pools have needed help for years

"Bureaucracy always wins; the environment and the taxpayers always lose."
Four SFU Red Leafs chosen as finalists for Sport BC Athlete of the Year awards

Four SFU Red Leafs chosen as finalists for Sport BC Athlete of the Year awards

Finalists to be honoured in March.
Public inquest into Myles Gray's death to start in April

Public inquest into Myles Gray's death to start in April

More than seven years after his death, a public inquest into the death of Myles Gray will begin April 17. Gray was a 33-year-old businessman from Sechelt who died after a physical altercation with nine Vancouver Police Department officers in 2015.
Environment Canada calling for colder February in Metro Vancouver

Environment Canada calling for colder February in Metro Vancouver

There is also a possibility of snow in the forecast this week and fog next week.
Letter: Burnaby pools in dire need of lane swimming space

Letter: Burnaby pools in dire need of lane swimming space

Having the Central Park Pool available year-round would be "amazing" for this local swimmer.
Ex-executive assistant charged with defrauding Burnaby senior centre

Ex-executive assistant charged with defrauding Burnaby senior centre

George Derby Centre was struggling through the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in fall 2020, when executive assistant Nehaz Hirji allegedly defrauded the seniors home using forged documents. He was arrested last month and faces multiple charges.
Letter: Trucking safety is a problem. Here's why

Letter: Trucking safety is a problem. Here's why

Poor training, absentee owners and fuel costs are all culprits, this writer says.
Beedie named Canadian Business Leader of the Year

Beedie named Canadian Business Leader of the Year

Ryan Beedie is well-known for his work as a developer and as a philanthropist.
What's filming in Burnaby this month?

What's filming in Burnaby this month?

From a Nicholas Cage flick to adaptations of beloved childhood books series Goosebumps and Percy Jackson, Burnaby is a film hot spot — what's in production now? 🎬
Most and least expensive homes sold in Burnaby in December

Most and least expensive homes sold in Burnaby in December

The most and least expensive homes sold in Burnaby last month ranged from $5.45 million to $365,000.
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