Cornelia Naylor

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...

Fishy deals land Burnaby fraudster in jail for third time

A serial Burnaby fraudster will go to jail for a third time after pleading guilty to fishy dealings at a Surrey seafood company in 2013. As sales manager of Gold River Seafood Inc., Arthur Wong...

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.

Private college eyes former Metrotown Best Buy site in Burnaby

College classrooms, a library and administrative offices may soon move into the space Best Buy used to occupy in Burnaby’s Metrotown area. Alexander College is looking to move a couple blocks over...

Inapropriate 'dad joke' by Burnaby Safeway employee sparks shopper's human rights complaint

The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed the complaint of a woman who was allegedly told “inappropriate dad jokes” of a sexual nature at a Burnaby Safeway store. Brianne Duke was shopping at the...

Pesky squirrel causes Burnaby cheese factory to lose a week’s worth of production

Burnaby’s Scardillo Cheese factory is crying over about 82,000 litres of spilled milk after a fire knocked out power to the facility for about 12 hours August 8. Firefighters were called to the back...