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Burnaby charging landlords $570 a year for licence replacing 'stove tax'

Cost to landlords with tenants will remain the same, but homeowners with unrented suites will save money

Province sues for alleged trafficker’s Burnaby condo, Jaguar and jewelry

The province’s director of civil forfeiture has wasted no time going after the money and possessions of a Burnaby man being investigated for drug trafficking. B.C.’s anti-gang agency (the Combined...

Land-assembly investor who made $6.67m on flip ordered to pay realtor $1.15m

Businessman who assigned bundle of Burnaby lowrises using different agent despite exclusive agreement was in the wrong, rules judge

'People make mistakes': Burnaby Liberals stay with Trudeau after racist images emerge

Neelam Brar of Burnaby South and Terry Beech of Burnaby North-Seymour praised the PM for his apology

Province announces max rent hike percentage for 2020

The Province of B.C. has set the rate that landlords can hike rents next year. British Columbia's annual allowable rent increase for 2020 has been set at 2.6%, the province's annual rate of...

Burnaby food app Fantuan now set up to run errands for users

With the app running in cities across Canada, Fantuan is also in Seattle and set to open in New York and Los Angeles in September

Surrey environmental company fined $18k for asbestos violation

An environmental company was recently fined nearly $18,000 an incomplete asbestos assessment at a Burnaby worksite, according to WorkSafeBC. CM Environmental, based in Surrey, is challenging the...

Burnaby RCMP make ‘shockingly’ large cannabis seizure at illegal dispensary

The Burnaby RCMP have shut down an illegal cannabis dispensary in the Metrotown area. Police issued a news release Monday night about an ongoing investigation that started in June – a joint effort...

Kater car service in Metro Vancouver to apply for 'traditional' ride-hailing status

Kater Technologies, which previously announced it will be operating its own ride-hailing vehicles across Metro Vancouver, will also be applying to take part in “traditional” ride-hailing in...

Burnaby's first rental-zoning proposal coming to public hearing

Three-storey, 25-unit building proposed for 18th Avenue