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Burnaby adopts ‘best in Canada’ tenant assistance policy

Burnaby renters facing demoviction (eviction prompted by redevelopment) are now entitled to a suite of new protections that will make them the “best looked-after tenants that Canada has ever seen,”...

'They are taxis': Burnaby to charge ride-hailing cars same fees as cabs

New licensing scheme expected to be temporary as Metro Vancouver municipalities work on a regional model

Trans Mountain expansion pipe in the ground ‘before Christmas’: company

Five years after the first arrests on Burnaby Mountain over the Trans Mountain expansion project, the company said “expansion project pipe” will be “in the ground before Christmas.” Trans Mountain...

Concerns about Trans Mountain dumping 'contaminated' soil are unfounded: FN chief

Protesters say they followed trucks to a Kwikwetlem First Nation business park, but chief says there's "nothing to be concerned about"

Telus, Polygon sue each other over collapsed $175m Burnaby land deal

Telecom giant and major Vancouver developer file dueling lawsuits, blaming each other for Polygon backing out of deal

Metro Vancouver transit union threatens more job action

If negotiators don’t reach a settlement by Friday, Unifor said it will ask bus operators in Metro Vancouver to refuse overtime, impacting bus operations in the region

First mega-retailer moves into expanded Brentwood mall this week

A big question on people’s lips the past couple of years has been which retailers will be moving into the expanded mall in Burnaby’s Brentwood area. A new Cineplex theatre is already known, but the...

Esports training facility proposed for Burnaby Lake Sports Complex

A proposed facility would add esports to the list of competitions you can train for at the Burnaby Lake Sports Complex if it survives a public hearing and gains council’s approval. The proposal for...

Metropolis at Metrotown getting a massive makeover

A developer wants to turn Burnaby's biggest mall ‘inside out’

Sungiven Asian grocery chain moves into Burnaby, takes on T&T giant

Terence Fong has a simple explanation for the name Sungiven Foods – the moniker for a global Asian grocery store chain that is moving in North Burnaby soon. Sungiven’s senior vice-president for...