Dustin Godfrey

Burnaby trees spiked to protest Trans Mountain expansion

Signs by “Dr. Anonymous” have been put up in the pipeline expansion route around Brunette River, where more than 1,300 trees are set to be cleared, to warn workers of the spikes

Burnaby mayor urges residents to act now to curb COVID spread

Burnaby’s mayor is urging residents to take action to curb the spread of COVID-19 as the pandemic’s second wave is bringing vastly increasing numbers of new cases of the virus. Mayor Mike Hurley...

Burnaby council gives businesses another year of expanded patios

Burnaby businesses will be allowed to open extended patios for another year beyond the city's original Oct. 31 closing date. City council heard the matter in Monday night’s council meeting, in which...

Outdoor pools, summer camps to open soon in Burnaby

It may not have felt like much of a summer yet, between dreary weather and COVID-related closures, but two key summer activities are finally opening up in Burnaby: outdoor pools and summer...

11% of Burnaby food businesses got 'high' risk ratings in 2019 inspections

Of those 153 businesses, 31 had two or more inspections that found 'high' hazard ratings

Richmond company fined $10k after Burnaby worksite death

Blue Mountain Construction & Contracting also failed to comply with WorkSafeBC orders for 15 months after the worker's death

Metro Vancouver transit union threatens more job action

If negotiators don’t reach a settlement by Friday, Unifor said it will ask bus operators in Metro Vancouver to refuse overtime, impacting bus operations in the region

Esports training facility proposed for Burnaby Lake Sports Complex

A proposed facility would add esports to the list of competitions you can train for at the Burnaby Lake Sports Complex if it survives a public hearing and gains council’s approval. The proposal for...

Province investigating dozens of claims of unpaid work at Burnaby company

A director of the company was ordered to pay more than $7k to nine employees in August, and dozens more claims are being investigated