Kelvin Gawley

Uber and Lyft not licensed to operate in Burnaby, could face fines

Neither company and no drivers have applied for $510/vehicle municipal licence

Burnaby adopts ‘best in Canada’ tenant assistance policy

Burnaby renters facing demoviction (eviction prompted by redevelopment) are now entitled to a suite of new protections that will make them the “best looked-after tenants that Canada has ever seen,”...

'They are taxis': Burnaby to charge ride-hailing cars same fees as cabs

New licensing scheme expected to be temporary as Metro Vancouver municipalities work on a regional model

Concerns about Trans Mountain dumping 'contaminated' soil are unfounded: FN chief

Protesters say they followed trucks to a Kwikwetlem First Nation business park, but chief says there's "nothing to be concerned about"

Metropolis at Metrotown getting a massive makeover

A developer wants to turn Burnaby's biggest mall ‘inside out’

Jagmeet Singh vows to keep up Trans Mountain fight in minority Parliament

The morning after Canada’s 43rd federal election, Jagmeet Singh vowed to keep fighting the Trans Mountain expansion project. But the NDP leader and Burnaby South MP acknowledged that he’ll be...

Burnaby charging landlords $570 a year for licence replacing 'stove tax'

Cost to landlords with tenants will remain the same, but homeowners with unrented suites will save money

'People make mistakes': Burnaby Liberals stay with Trudeau after racist images emerge

Neelam Brar of Burnaby South and Terry Beech of Burnaby North-Seymour praised the PM for his apology

Burnaby's first rental-zoning proposal coming to public hearing

Three-storey, 25-unit building proposed for 18th Avenue

Two government pot shops planned for Burnaby

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