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Cornelia Naylor

Cornelia Naylor

I report on health and education for the Burnaby NOW and New Westminster Record. In a past life I taught high school English.

Recent Work by Cornelia

RCMP collective agreement will cost Burnaby $4M next year

RCMP collective agreement will cost Burnaby $4M next year

Increase projected to be the equivalent of a 1.39% tax hike, according to a staff report
Burnaby school district selling old school site for $24M

Burnaby school district selling old school site for $24M

Puddle Splashers daycare to move after old Duthie-Union Elementary School property sold to Conseil Scolaire Francophone de la Colombie-Britannique
Burnaby school sports back after players, coaches 'devastated' by COVID-cancelled seasons

Burnaby school sports back after players, coaches 'devastated' by COVID-cancelled seasons

'It’s something the school and the community celebrates,' Byrne Creek Community School coach Bal Dhillon says of his senior boys basketball team
Former homicide investigator is Burnaby's new top cop

Former homicide investigator is Burnaby's new top cop

Chief Supt. Graham de la Gorgendiere appointed after half a year as acting head of the Burnaby RCMP
20 drivers caught blowing past tow truck set up by Burnaby highway

20 drivers caught blowing past tow truck set up by Burnaby highway

Burnaby RCMP, BCAA initiative designed to remind people to slow down and pull over when they see flashing lights beside a highway
Burnaby school district suing architect over multimillion-dollar project

Burnaby school district suing architect over multimillion-dollar project

Project shut down by the city because Dimas Craveiro Architect AIBC failed to get the necessary building permit, according to allegations in the school district's lawsuit
Another Burnaby seniors home hit by COVID-19

Another Burnaby seniors home hit by COVID-19

Two residents, one staff member at Swedish Assisted Living Residence isolating at home after testing positive
Man who exposed himself by Burnaby elementary school sentenced

Man who exposed himself by Burnaby elementary school sentenced

Eric Charles Narayan, 37, was given a conditional discharge and probation after pleading guilty to exposing himself to a parent at Maywood Community School in January
(Video) Fire that gutted Burnaby garage under investigation

(Video) Fire that gutted Burnaby garage under investigation

One person from the scene was taken to hospital, according to police
Drunk driver who hit Burnaby pedestrian caught driving weeks into 2-year ban

Drunk driver who hit Burnaby pedestrian caught driving weeks into 2-year ban

Tyrone Jackson Guimond, 36, pulled over for driving at night without his lights on