Cornelia Naylor

Scanners could accelerate COVID-19 diagnoses

50 Burnaby-made scanners to be deployed in “rural” B.C.

Sales of Burnaby-made medical device surge amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Clarius pocket ultrasound scanner is being used to scan lungs for pneumonia.

Land-assembly investor sued over $40m Burnaby flip gets reprieve from judge

Judge who previously ordered businessman to pay $1.15m refuses to also make him pay special costs, as his conduct was ‘insufficiently reprehensible’

Burnaby auto shop, homes part of $7.5-million civil forfeiture suit

The province alleges ties to drug trafficking and money laundering

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

Board upholds firing of Burnaby fraud investigator for media leaks

Sylvie Therrien said she was fired for blowing the whistle on government wrongdoing

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

Burnaby woman charged with breaking permanent securities trading ban

A Burnaby woman who defrauded a group of investors in a troubled building-materials company in 2010 and 2011 has been charged with violating an order permanently banning her from B.C.’s capital...

Owner of Burnaby refinery fighting $5-mil bill for uncollected taxes on coloured fuel

The Calgary company that owns the former Chevron refinery in Burnaby is trying to fend off more than $5.24 million in penalties and interest from the B.C. finance ministry for failing to collect...