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Significant Impacts of Kinder Morgan’s Proposed Pipeline Routing Plan Detailed in Report to Council

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On Monday night, staff presented a report to Burnaby City Council that details the extensive and destructive impacts Kinder Morgan’s proposed pipeline route would have on Burnaby neighbourhoods, parks, waterways, and roads and the failure of the National Energy Board to allow adequate time for public response to the proposed route. Please view the Staff Report and Presentation.
City Uses Innovative Approach to Help Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion Build for the Future

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Read the City of Burnaby press release issued today.
2017 Burnaby Blues + Roots Festival

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On Saturday, August 12, 2017 the Burnaby Blues + Roots returns to picturesque Deer Lake Park with another lineup of world-class musicians, including headliner Trombone Shorty. Tickets on sale April 28!
National Energy Board (NEB) Website Challenges Citizens wanting to Oppose Kinder Morgan Pipeline Routing

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Citizens who want to file an official Statement of Opposition to the Detailed Route Application to oppose Kinder Morgan’s proposed pipeline route are finding that the proposal is not listed as one of the projects on the NEB’s project list for electronic document submission.
Kinder Morgan has filed routing plans with the National Energy Board for the Kinder Morgan pipeline

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If you are located within or near to the proposed route for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline you may be able to officially oppose the proposed route with the National Energy Board.
RCMP Musical Ride Gallops to Swangard Stadium

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RCMP Musical Ride coming to Burnaby on August 18, 2017. Join as we celebrate Burnaby's 125th and Canada's 150th birthdays. Tickets on sale now!
Every Other Week Garbage Collection Starts April 3

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Starting April 3, the City is moving to Every Other Week Garbage Collection for single family and two-family (duplex) properties, and multi-family properties that receive City curbside garbage collection.
Lougheed Community Police Office Open For Business

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Services have resumed at the Lougheed Community Police Office now that water damage restorations have been completed. Thank you for your patience!
Burnaby Raises the Flag for Canada Games

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Councillor Colleen Jordan and local star athlete, Samantha Loutet raised a ceremonial flag on Wednesday, March 8 at Civic Square to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Canada Games.
Council Approves Next Steps Toward Estimated 200 New Non-Market Housing Units

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Burnaby City Council has approved preliminary selection of proposals submitted by SUCCESS and the New Vista Society for an estimated 200 new non-market housing units.
Call For Environment Awards Nominees

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The City of Burnaby invites you to submit a nomination to recognize the outstanding contributions made by individuals, groups, organizations, institutions and businesses to environmental sustainability in our community. The deadline for nominations is March 31.
Utility Charges & Garbage Disposal Fees Due Date

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2017 Utility Charges and Garbage Disposal Fees are due Wednesday, March 15. Payments made by March 15 will be eligible for the 5% discount. Unpaid charges will be added to the 2017 Property Tax Notice. For more information, refer to Property Tax and Utility Information.
Do You Know An Outstanding Burnaby Resident?

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On May 5, Burnaby’s “2016 Citizen of the Year” will be awarded the Kushiro Cup, recognizing the value and commitment a Burnaby resident has provided through their volunteer service to the community. Submit a nomination for a Burnaby resident deserving of this title by March 6.
Family Day Activities in Burnaby Include New Winter Festival

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February 13 is Family Day! Celebrate family and be active at the new Winter Festival at Bill Copeland Sports Centre or take part in other kid-friendly activities throughout the City.
InfoBurnaby

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The winter issue of InfoBurnaby is available online and arriving in Burnaby mail boxes soon. Featuring: Celebrate Burnaby 125 | Canada 150, Moving to Every Other Week Garbage Collection, What's Happening events list and more.
2017 is the Year to Celebrate Burnaby

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Mayor Corrigan proclaims 2017 as the year to Celebrate Burnaby. This year marks two amazing milestones for both Burnaby and Canada. Canada turns 150 and Burnaby turns 125. In 2017, Celebrate Burnaby!
Statement from Mayor Derek Corrigan Regarding Provincial Government’s Environmental Approval of Kinder Morgan Pipeline

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The City of Burnaby is surprised and extremely disappointed and concerned, to hear that the provincial government has given environmental approval, with conditions, to the Kinder Morgan pipeline proposal.
Winter Safety in Parks

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City of Burnaby reminds the public that all lakes and ponds in Burnaby are not open for outdoor skating due to unsafe conditions. In addition, the public is encouraged not to toboggan on Burnaby Mountain.
O'Christmas Tree, How Can I Recycle Thee?

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There are many ways to recycle your Christmas Tree in Burnaby—from curbside collection, multi-family complex collection, dropping off at Burnaby's Eco-Centre, plus charity tree chipping events.
Holiday Hours & Council Meetings

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Burnaby's City Hall complex will close at 4:45 PM on Friday, December 30 and will reopen at 8:00 AM Tuesday, January 3. The next Council Meeting will take place Monday, January 23 at 7:00 PM in the Council Chamber.
City of Burnaby Appeals Federal Government’s Approval of Kinder Morgan Pipeline

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The City of Burnaby has filed with the Federal Court of Appeal for Leave to Appeal the federal government’s approval of Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion proposal.
2017 Parking Meter Rates

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Effective January 2, 2017, parking meter rates will increase to a maximum of $2 per hour.
Mayor Derek Corrigan Year-End Council Address

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At the December 12, 2016, meeting of Burnaby City Council, Mayor Derek Corrigan delivered the Year-End Council address that reviews 2016's many successful projects and initiatives and looks ahead to 2017 and beyond
Mayor Derek Corrigan Statement in Response to Federal Government Approval of Kinder Morgan Pipeline Proposal

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Read Mayor Derek Corrigan's statement issued today.
Council Has Approved Continued Work on Development Plans for About 1,100 New Purpose-built Burnaby Rental Units

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Council has approved continued work on development plans for about 1,100 new purpose-built Burnaby rental units: Rezoning Reference #16-53, #16-48, and #14-44.
City of Burnaby Provides Rent-Free Space to Burnaby Community Services for 2016 Christmas Bureau Toy Room

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Burnaby City Council has voted to approve the request of Burnaby Community Services to use 7252 Kingsway as the Christmas Bureau Toy Room for the 2016 Christmas Bureau program.
Statement from Mayor Derek Corrigan in Response to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s $1.5 Billion “Oceans Protection Plan” Announcement

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Read Mayor Derek Corrigan's statement issued today.
Burnaby Remembrance Day Ceremonies: Friday, November 11

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Ceremonies with parades will take place on November 11 at the North Burnaby Cenotaph in Confederation Park, and at the South Burnaby Cenotaph in Bonsor Park. View details »
Burnaby Mountain Golf Course Recognized as 'Facility of the Year' in Lower Mainland

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Burnaby Mountain Golf Course was recently recognized as Facility of the Year in the Lower Mainland by the BC Professional Golfers’ Association (BC PGA).
City of Burnaby Welcomes Opportunity to Contribute to Development of National Housing Strategy

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The City of Burnaby is welcoming the opportunity to contribute to the development of a National Housing Strategy for which consultation is now under way.
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