The Fraser Institute has ranked St. Thomas More Collegiate as the top school in Burnaby, according to the think-tank's annual Report Card.
Audience members were understandably puzzled during last month's townhall meeting about a proposed coal facility across the river at Fraser Surrey Docks.
Hockey Legend Bobby Orr and former Canadian national women's team star Cassie Campbell-Pascal brought the Chevrolet Safe and Fun hockey program to Richmond recently.
One person is dead and two others are in serious condition after a transit bus collided with a car at Kingsway and Olive Avenue this morning (June 14).
There was no accounting for the Burnaby Lakers dramatic change in play last week.
Simon Fraser University track and field athlete Helen Crofts was voted the 2012-13 Great Northwest Athletic Conference female scholar-athlete of the year.
Fire crews were on the scene at Burnaby Central Secondary on Friday, after a smoke bomb was apparently set off.
Burnaby Public Library presents, Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, librarians will be reading excerpts from Stephen Leacock's 1912 book about a fictional town in Ontario. The readings will take place at the Burnaby Village Museum, 6501 Deer Lake Ave., from 2 to 4 p.m. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Burnaby Community Camping Bureau.
It is Father's Day this Sunday and there are plenty of events in the city to enjoy with dad, from art exhibits to a Father's Day walk/run.
A Kanze-style Noh - a traditional Japanese musical drama - is being shown at the Nikkei National Museum and Cultural Centre in Burnaby on June 28.
Burnaby Barracuda's Martina Blazevic and year-round swimmer Mei Stark won four individual races each at the Burnaby Barracudas annual Grand Prix summer swim meet at Central Park outdoor pool last weekend.
The Burnaby Task Force on Homelessness is teaming up with a local business to help people sleeping on the streets.
This two-bedroom townhouse, located near Market Crossing and Taylor Park Elementary school, sold after about a month on the market.
Students at France's Sewing School in Burnaby worked into the night on May 30, sewing aprons to raise funds for Burnaby Food First.
A: I was born in Pennsylvania, and I grew up in Roseburg, Oregon.
The NOW sat down with Burnaby's Mae Burrows to chat about her decades of environmental work. Burrows founded the Labour Environmental Alliance Society (now known as Toxic Free Canada) and campaigned to eradicate harmful chemicals from the workplace. She is also wellknown for producing the CancerSmart Consumer Guide, a handbook on common carcinogens found in food and household cleaners. Burrows was recently honoured with a YWCA Women of Distinction award.
Parents Tina and Franco Zanotto live with their adult children, Guiliana, 27, and Mareno, 26, and teenage daughter, Tatiana, in a neatly kept house in North Burnaby where they all eat breakfast and dinner together every single day.
Grace Wardle recently signed a national letter of intent to attend Graceland University and play for the Yellow Jacket softball program under coach Bryn Braddock.
Escape Velocity will once again be offering a four-week cycling camp for young women riders in Burnaby.