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Do You Know An Outstanding Burnaby Resident?

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Recognize the value and commitment a Burnaby resident has provided through their volunteer service to the community with a nomination for Outstanding Citizen of the Year by February 25, 2019.
BC Ombudsperson

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On Monday, January 28, BC Ombudsperson, Jay Chalke, and his mobile investigations team are visiting Burnaby.
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 tree chipping events.
Long-Term Burnaby Volunteer Honoured with Award

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Today, Breakfast Television aired its first BT Gives Back show, designed to reward volunteers and unsung heroes who do incredible work for their community. Long-term Burnaby Citizen Support Services volunteer, Ruth Gautschi, was featured as the winner of $3,000 worth of prizes!
Council’s Holiday Greetings Celebrate Burnaby Students’ Artwork

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The original designs of nine Burnaby Grade 4 students are featured on the holiday greeting cards to be sent by Mayor Hurley and city councillors this year.
Burnaby Opens New Warming Centres

Press Releases, News
To help ensure the safety of all Burnaby citizens during the winter months, effective December 12, Burnaby will open two warming centres from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily, with a third to open on December 14, and a fourth scheduled to open soon after. Operated by the City, warming centres are open overnight to provide safe, warm spaces in which people can take refuge.
Burnaby Shows Holiday Spirit with Festive Lights

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In the spirit of the season, nearly every corner of Burnaby will be decorated with bright and merry lights to help shine the way this holiday. View a map of the light displays at Burnaby.ca/holidaylights.
December CounterAttack Campaign Starts This Weekend

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Starting Saturday December 1, Burnaby RCMP and partner police agencies will be stepping up CounterAttack enforcement during the month of December looking for drivers impaired by alcohol or drugs.
City of Burnaby Hosts Career Fair

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With numerous departments seeking to fill positions, the City is hosting its first career fair at Bonsor Complex on Thursday, November 29 from 2:00-6:00 PM.
Councillor Sav Dhaliwal Elected as New Metro Vancouver Board Chair

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Longtime Burnaby City Councillor Dhaliwal was officially elected as the new Chair of Metro Vancouver’s Board of Directors for a one-year term.
City Facilities’ Air Temperatures Reduced to Conserve Natural Gas This Winter

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As a FortisBC customer, the City of Burnaby continues to reduce natural gas consumption by maintaining lower air temperatures in our facilities since early October.
Celebrate Bright in Burnaby at the Burnaby Village Museum

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The Museum’s Heritage Christmas season officially launches on December 1 with a Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6:00 PM.
Burnaby Files for Leave to Appeal Original National Energy Board and Cabinet Approval of Trans Mountain Pipeline Proposal

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The City of Burnaby has filed for leave to appeal the original NEB and Cabinet approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline to the Supreme Court of Canada. Details about the Leave to Appeal application can be viewed here. Access to the full appeal can be requested here.
Burnaby Remembrance Day Ceremonies: Sunday, 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 »
Invoices and Payments During Potential Canada Post Service Disruption

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The City is providing options due to the potential Canada Post service disruption for vendors and customers to send invoices to the City and receive payments. Find out more »
InfoBurnaby

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The Fall issue of InfoBurnaby is available online and arriving in Burnaby mail boxes soon. Featuring: Fall and Winter Fun, Watch for Salmon Spawning this Fall, Burnaby's Bike Patrol Program, What's Happening events list and more.
Declarations of Official Election Results

Election News, News
Eva Prior, Chief Election Officer for the City of Burnaby, officially declared the election results for Office of the Mayor, Office of Councillor, and Office of School Trustee. View the declarations »
Burnaby Raises the Flag for Canada Games Torch Relay

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Burnaby City Hall raised the Canada Games flag in celebration of the 2019 Canada Winter Games as they begin the MNP Canada Games Torch Relay.
Burnaby Challenges Orders Issued to Kinder Morgan relating to Piping Work at Burnaby Tank Farm Facility

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Read the Motion to Rescind filing here.
Make Your Vote Count: Advance Voting Dates

Election News, News
The first of three advance voting dates for the 2018 Burnaby Local Government Election is on Saturday, October 6, followed by October 10 and 13. General Election Day is October 20.
City asks Port Authority to Withdraw Permit for Kinder Morgan Marine Terminal Construction and to Request Removal of Marine Fence

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Read the letter issued today.
Cops for Cancer Ride Through Burnaby

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Annual “Tour de Coast” stopped by Burnaby City Hall on Monday, Sept. 24 and included a cheque presentation by Mayor Corrigan and Staff Sergeant Major John Buis.
Declaration of Election by Voting

Election News, Press Releases, News
Eva Prior, Chief Election Officer for the City of Burnaby, officially declared that an election by voting is to be held for Office of the Mayor, Office of Councillor, and School Trustee.
New Commemorative Paving Stones at Citizens’ Plaza

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Personalized paving stones at City Hall honour individuals and businesses for their commitment and dedication to Burnaby.
Declaration of Candidates for 2018 Burnaby Local Government Election

Election News, Press Releases, News
See full list of election candidates running for Mayor, Councillor, and School Trustee.
Burnaby Art Gallery Committed to Higher Learning with Annual Arts Endowment Fund

Election News, Press Releases, Road Construction, Project Updates, News
SFU student, Rachelle Tjahyana, receives the 2018 Volunteers of the Burnaby Art Gallery Award in Visual Arts Award.
Mayor Derek Corrigan Statement Regarding Arrest and Charging of Marrisa Shen Murder Suspect

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Please read the news release issued today.
Keep Active with Fall and Winter Programs

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Flip through our Fall / Winter Leisure Guide and register for your favourite Be Active programs today!
Statement from Mayor Derek Corrigan regarding Today's Federal Court of Appeal Decision on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline Proposal

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Read the Mayor's statement on the Federal Court of Appeal Decision to withdraw approval of the Kinder Morgan pipeline proposal.
Supreme Court of Canada rejects Burnaby’s request for Leave to Appeal National Energy Board Decision that Allows City Bylaws to be Bypassed

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Please view the news release issued today.
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