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Fire Contained On Burnaby Mountain

Posted 1:50 PM July 5, 2015

The Burnaby Fire Department has contained a small brush fire that broke out this morning on the north slope of Burnaby Mountain. Crews will be maintaining a presence in the area for the duration.

No evacuation orders have been issued. Residents affected by the smoke are to close their windows or may choose to leave the area. Delays and rerouting for transit services are expected due to road closures in the area. Using the hiking trails are not recommended at the moment. Park users are reminded to use care and attention during these extreme fire danger conditions. Please visit the Simon Fraser University Road Report web page for updated information.

Air Quality Advisory

Metro Vancouver has issued an Air Quality Advisory for Metro Vancouver because of high concentrations of fine particulate matter and potential health impacts, due to smoke from wildfires outside our region. This advisory is expected to continue until there is a change in the current weather.

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Youth Centres

Youth Drop-in Centres

There are a variety of exciting recreational and social activities for preteens ages 10-12 and teens ages 13-18 at our youth centres!

Youth have access to computers with internet, gaming systems, pool tables, foosball tables, open gym nights, card and board games, movie nights and other fun events and out trips! For a schedule of weekly and special events check out our events page and the youth centre pages.

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Getting Involved With The Youth Centres

Burnaby's Youth Services offers many volunteer opportunities for youth interested in getting involved with their community. Visit the myVolunteerPage to sign up.

We have five youth centres in Burnaby. Feel free to pop by, call us, or add us as a friend on Facebook.   

       

BC Youth Week

This international celebration of youth is held annually during the first week of May. It is a week of fun, interaction and celebration that focuses on building strong connections between young people and their communities and that profiles the issues, accomplishments and diversity of youth across the province. Find out more:

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