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Julie MacLellan

Julie MacLellan

Julie MacLellan is the assistant editor of the Burnaby NOW and Record newspapers and also keeps an eye on the arts and entertainment scene. Outside of work you're likely to find her hiking local trails, writing fiction, singing in choirs and parenting her young daughter.

Recent Work by Julie

Burnaby woman claims $70-million jackpot — the largest lottery win in B.C.'s history

Burnaby woman claims $70-million jackpot — the largest lottery win in B.C.'s history

Christine Lauzon says she'll 'let it settle a bit' before she makes any big decisions about what to do with her Lotto Max winnings.
Burnaby's young adults leading the way for COVID vaccinations

Burnaby's young adults leading the way for COVID vaccinations

95% of 18-to-49-year-olds in the city have received at least one dose, and 89% are fully vaxxed
Recognize this cutie? Hitchhiking kitten may have travelled from Vancouver to New West

Recognize this cutie? Hitchhiking kitten may have travelled from Vancouver to New West

New West Animal Shelter is looking for the owners of a young kitten found in the hood of a car in Sapperton on Oct. 18
We're looking for Burnaby's best Halloween displays

We're looking for Burnaby's best Halloween displays

Do you have an over-the-top neighbour? Do you know a fun display raising money for a good cause? Let us know
Comedy legend John Cleese is coming to New Westminster

Comedy legend John Cleese is coming to New Westminster

Three shows at House of Comedy have sold out, but a few tickets remain for a fourth
Opinion: Quit your witching about Halloween and let kids be kids

Opinion: Quit your witching about Halloween and let kids be kids

Lay off these 4 common complaints about trick-or-treaters, and we'll all have a better night
Laila Biali, Jodi Proznick onstage at Burnaby's Shadbolt Centre

Laila Biali, Jodi Proznick onstage at Burnaby's Shadbolt Centre

The jazz double bill is on Thursday, Oct. 21
Taking Flight opens at Burnaby's Deer Lake Gallery

Taking Flight opens at Burnaby's Deer Lake Gallery

Six emerging artists from Kwantlen's Class of 2021 are featured in the latest outing at the Burnaby Arts Council's gallery
B.C. teachers' union urges school staff to get COVID-19 vaccines

B.C. teachers' union urges school staff to get COVID-19 vaccines

But BCTF president Teri Mooring says the B.C. government should be implementing a provincewide mandate, not relying on school districts
Burnaby's COVID-19 case counts holding steady

Burnaby's COVID-19 case counts holding steady

Burnaby saw 151 new cases of COVID-19 between Sept. 26 and Oct. 2, according to new BCCDC data