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13 staff test positive for COVID-19 at Surrey meat processing plant

Fraser Health Public Health has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at J&L Beef Ltd., a meat processing facility, after finding evidence of COVID-19 transmission among staff working at this...

Chinese real estate agents in Metro Vancouver feel brunt of foreign buyer’s tax

‘Effect seems to be concentrated at the high-end property,” researcher says

Burnaby council gives businesses another year of expanded patios

Burnaby businesses will be allowed to open extended patios for another year beyond the city's original Oct. 31 closing date. City council heard the matter in Monday night’s council meeting, in which...

B.C. casino chain first in line for Ottawa cash

Burnaby, B.C.-based casino chain is the first to receive funds under a federal emergency loan program aimed at large employers

Burnaby condo owners ordered to pay developer back $1.3 million

Court ruled that 202 owners are on the hook for shared building costs that had been unpaid since the Burnaby tower opened five years ago

Burnaby man who lost $700k for investors accused of unregistered trading

A Burnaby man who allegedly made nearly $40,000 in commissions but eventually lost nearly all of his investors’ money is being accused of trading and advising in securities without being registered...

Skyrocketing temperatures prompt WorkSafeBC warning to workers

WorkSafeBC has issued a “heat stress” warning to workers and their employers due to skyrocketing temperatures this week. Temperatures are hitting the low to mid-30s this week and heat stress, left...

Agreement reached on Indigenous monitoring of Trans Mountain

The Canada Energy Regulator, Trans Mountain and the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project and Existing Pipeline have reached a joint agreement on...

Outdoor pools, summer camps to open soon in Burnaby

It may not have felt like much of a summer yet, between dreary weather and COVID-related closures, but two key summer activities are finally opening up in Burnaby: outdoor pools and summer...

Demand means physical distancing ‘not always possible' on transit: TransLink

With demand for transit on the rise again in Metro Vancouver, TransLink is warning that riders shouldn’t expect physical distancing at all times. On Monday, June 1, Coast Mountain Bus Company will...