Burnaby Now

Employer, foreman criminally charged in workplace death in Burnaby 11 years ago

Pipe-layer Jeff Caron was fatally crushed by a concrete retaining wall in North Burnaby in 2012. His employer J. Cote & Son Excavating Ltd. and foreman David Green now face criminal charges

New e-bike share comes to SFU's Burnaby campus with Evo app

New e-bike share program features 30 electric bicycles available to ride at all times

Burnaby 'homemaker' sues after alleged breach of $450K Chinese currency deal

Metrotown resident Peng Wei is suing Richmond businessman Yongzu Zhang and Hainaxin Exchange for allegedly breaking a deal to exchange $450,000 in Canadian currency for Chinese Yuan

Metro Vancouver businesses receive $21M in federal funding

The PacifiCan funding will provide local businesses with access to 3D printing technology and help them create jobs

Did Burnaby councillors reject a plan to allow developers to build more condos?

Burnaby councillors were frustrated with a ‘confusing’ proposal to increase the amount of condos developers can build in exchange for building rental housing

'Ridiculous': 14 levels of underground parking in proposed 80-storey Burnaby tower draw concerns

'It’ll take 10 minutes just for somebody to park their car,' says city councillor

Earls sets launch date for new Birdies banner

It's the first new store banner for the Fuller family in years

Woman sues B.C.-based insurer over Texas-sized hospital bill

Surrey resident Chuan Chao tripped and fractured her femur on a trip to Houston last year, but Pacific Blue Cross has denied her US$51,012 hospital bill claim, according to a BC Supreme Court lawsuit

Alumni association confident in the future of SFU football

'We believe we are on a constructive path to finding a conference to play in 2024 and beyond.'

BCIT students use AI to improve taxi transport at YVR

The artificial intelligence model will help reduce taxi wait times for passengers to and from the airport