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Pit bull owner fined $1,200 after horses were attacked in Richmond park

October 1, 2018
The City of Richmond said pit bulls are dangerous dogs and must be muzzled and on-leash at all times when in public.

Q&A: Meet Travis Talbot, who's making food happen for Gateway Casinos

April 16, 2018
When it comes to the food and drink business, Travis Talbot has done it all in a lot of spots all over North America. He grew up in Lethbridge, where he was often shipped out to his grandfather’s. . .

Home invasion at legal Burnaby grow-op nets eight-year jail sentence

August 29, 2017
A 29-year-old crane operator/builder will spend another seven years, four months and 21 days in jail for his role in a home invasion at a licenced marijuana grow operation in Burnaby in May 2014.. . .

Pablo the pit bull spared by judge

January 3, 2017
The Burnaby owners of a pit bull responsible for killing a neighbour’s four-pound Yorkshire terrier will get to keep their dog with strict conditions. The City of Burnaby applied to the courts to. . .

Burnaby sits tight on pit bull regulations

June 28, 2016
While negative attention turns to the pit bull breed of dog in light of recent attacks around the Lower Mainland and the country, it appears Burnaby is content with the laws already on the books.. . .

Burnaby council right to restrain pit bulls

August 25, 2015
Dear Editor Re: HugABull pit bull event goes to the (other) dogs. I can understand HugABull members don’t want to parade their dogs with muzzles as required by law. Their agenda, despite enormous. . .

HugABull pitbull event goes to the (other) dogs

August 20, 2015
There won’t be any pit bull pups at a pit bull rescue society fundraiser planned for this weekend in Burnaby. Organizers for the Planks for Paws fundraiser at Warner Loat Park have decided to . . .

The good, the bad and the bizarre: Our awards for 2013

December 24, 2013
We've covered the best of news and the worst of news in the city during the past year - stories that were odd or fascinating, stories that made us tear up, and stories that made us proud to share . . .

You pick the top story

December 17, 2013
The Burnaby NOW’s Story of the Year is as much a tradition as Christmas lights and holiday treats – but this year we are adding a twist to the much-anticipated feature. This year we are asking . . .

Burnaby took wrong approach with dog bylaw

October 22, 2013
Dear Editor: After watching with interest the podcast of expert testimony from a behaviourist and dog trainer with 18 years of experience, an animal law lawyer and other well-educated dog . . .
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