A neighbourhood favourite for six years, Little Nest eatery will soon give up its home and close.
Most people agree we need to improve our roads and bridges and transit throughout Metro Vancouver. How to pay for them is obviously the challenge.
Seven B.C. First Nations are calling on the provincial government and political leaders to commit to providing equal access to low-cost financing for public infrastructure construction.
The Burnaby Teachers' Association may be crying foul over the school district's decision to lay off 75 teachers, but the district says these layoffs are just part of the system and have to happen every year.
The St. Thomas More Knights lost 2-1 to Seycove in AA high school senior girls' soccer provincial qualifying last Monday.
Why are we involved with Metro Vancouver? It is time for the Langleys to opt out. We are helping to pay off the West Coast Express, the Canada and Millennium Lines, and the Evergreen Line, and now there's talk of a $3 billion underground line to UBC to serve 50,000 people - and we are not benefiting from any of this.
Editor: -- Re: "Larger issues to talk about."
New Westminster stuck with tradition and elected an NDP MLA to the legislature in Victoria.
Re: Homeowners get 2.47 per cent tax increase, Burnaby NOW, May 10.
Re: Selective facts in letter, Letters, The Record, May 10.
New Westminster Liberal candidate Hector Bremner wasn't surprised in the least to see his party top the polls on election night.
"A big public toilet," was the analogy used by Burnaby resident Flora Kemp about her next-door neighbour's composting technique.
The Burnaby Intercultural Planning Table is organizing a storytelling project so refugees and new immigrants can share their tales with the community.
Burnaby-New Westminster MP Peter Julian runs the fastest mouth in Ottawa, according to Samara, a non-partisan organization that analyzes politics.
Fortius Sport and Health announced nine provincial sport organizations that will now call Burnaby home, inside its new $61 million sports hub yesterday.
Modern tap dancing is no longer just about bow ties and jazz hands on Broadway. Just ask Burnaby-based dancer Danny Nielsen.
Police are investigating a number of car break-ins that happened last Friday in the 6800-block of Village Green just off Beresford Street in South Burnaby.
Byrne Creek Secondary hosted a gardening fair on May 4 to encourage people to grow their own food.
SO you're getting an income tax refund. Congratulations! Any windfall is always welcome.