Burnaby Now

This Burnaby pizzeria celebrates 50 years of ooey-gooey goodness

Me-n-Ed’s Pizza Parlour has been around a long time – half a century to be exact. It’s seen old jukeboxes come and go, housed its fair share of sing-alongs, withstood the test of eliminating smoking...

Two government pot shops planned for Burnaby

The stores, planned to open in Edmonds and Metrotown, will be Metro Vancouver’s first suburban stores.

This Metro Vancouver Japanese restaurant makes a sushi sandwich

It’s a sandwich. It’s sushi. It’s delightful. Trying to choose my favourite sushi place is nearly as hard as just trying to pick a single place to go for a dinner out. There’s just so bloody many...

High-stakes Burnaby bowling-alley deal unenforceable, ‘tainted by illegality’: judge

Real estate agent for both parties withheld information from owner about rezoning potential of property now worth $86 million.

BC Parks adds 594 new campsites

If you like camping in B.C., there are now more options with the arrival of 594 new campsites. Ranging from walk-in tent sites to marine sites, 13 provincial parks will have 362 new sites and 12...

Task force lists 10 things Burnaby can do right now for the housing crisis

"Quick starts" range from tenant relocation to a land value capture for people profiting off of real estate speculation

Non-residents own a quarter of new Burnaby condos. Are they paying their taxes?

No requirement for non-residents to declare purchases of real estate raises question around rental income taxation

Trans Mountain tanks not built to withstand ‘sloshing’ oil during earthquake: engineer

Trans Mountain is defending its emergency preparedness after a politician, engineer, activist and geologist stood outside its Burnaby Mountain tank farm to accuse the pipeline company of potentially...

3D printing is the future of home construction, B.C. engineer says

A B.C.-based engineer says he has invented the future of housing construction. Paul Tinari, a civil and mechanical engineer, says his 3D printer will soon be building homes in B.C. and around the...

B.C. adds tougher rules for party bus operators as grad season nears

The B.C. government has announced new regulations for the party bus industry. Starting with new bookings made after April 1, operators will now be required to have a safety monitor on board when...