Trans Mountain pipeline construction to resume in Burnaby after NEB approval

The National Energy Board (NEB) has given the green light for construction to resume this year at two Burnaby, B.C., terminals linked to the

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No charges against RCMP officer involved in Burnaby shooting

A Mountie who shot a suspect in an armed robbery in Burnaby, B.C., more than four years ago won’t face criminal charges in relation

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Burnaby council approves further study into SFU gondola – BC

SFU is closer to getting a gondola between Production Way Skytrain and the university than ever before. Monday night at Burnaby City Council, it

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Coquitlam man barred from injecting Botox at Burnaby skin care clinic

The B.C. Supreme Court has ordered a Coquitlam man to stop injecting Botox — and refrain from calling himself a doctor. The court granted an

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Guilty verdict for man in Burnaby 1-punch Starbucks manslaughter

A man charged with manslaughter after a single punch caused the death of a 22-year-old man in Burnaby in 2017 has been found guilty. A

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Liberals win Outremont byelection, NDP’s Jagmeet Singh leads in Burnaby South

Liberal candidate Rachel Bendayan has won the Quebec riding of Outremont in one of three federal byelections taking place Monday. Bendayan beat out NDP

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Transit woes: SFU students renew calls for Burnaby Mountain gondola

Simon Fraser Univerisity students, already frustrated by crowded buses to the Burnaby Mountain campus, were especially peeved when the recent snowstorms causes more transit delays. The wintry conditions renewed

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Anti-pipeline protesters shout at Trudeau during campaign event in Burnaby, B.C

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says some people will choose the politics of anger, fear and division, but Liberals will stay focused on serving Canadians, bringing people together

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Traffic light installed at Burnaby crosswalk where student killed 1 year ago

The City of Burnaby has installed a traffic signal at a crosswalk where a 15-year old pedestrian was hit and killed just over a year ago.

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‘We need protection’: Burnaby mayoral candidates debate housing solutions for ‘demovictions’

Renters in Burnaby are feeling squeezed as older and more affordable low-rise rental apartments are demolished to make room for new condo towers — and

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