The Burnaby NOW had some inaccurate information in its May 10 story (Braves showing they belong with the big bats).
Burnaby's Remo Ruscitti made the podium at the Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car championships at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
Burnaby figure skaters took home two of the three youth promise awards at the recent 28th annual B.C. section awards dinner at Delta Burnaby Hotel.
Stefan Milosevic led a Hyack Swim Club wave of record-setting efforts at the 39th annual Hyack Festival Youth Cup last weekend.
Burnaby's Briannah Tsang posted B.C.'s best all-around score at the senior national women's artistic gymnastics championships in Ottawa.
The Alpha Aztecs gave it their best in the Vancouver & District high school junior girls' soccer final.
A combined New Westminster/Burnaby girls' team won the provincial zone u-15 basketball title at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday.
Burnaby's Dino Milacic is hoping to celebrate his 40th birthday with his first race win of the season in June.
Simon Fraser University middle distance runner Helen Crofts was named the West region female track athlete of the year by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Community garage sale and fair at Nelson Avenue Community Church. Lots of bargains, toys, books, prizes, concession, games, face painting, story-telling and more. Tables are $15. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 5825 Nelson Ave. Info at www.nac church.org.
Seeing is believing at this Brentwood Park high-rise apartment that boasts a breathtaking northwest facing view.
Have you noticed more exercisers just "hanging around" the gym lately? They might have been utilizing one of the great fitness innovations of the past ten years: TRX cables!
Over the past few years, I've heard many of my patients say, "It is what it is."
There is plenty of family fun in the city this weekend. We're continuing our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend, and for this issue, we have some lovely ways to while away the days, including shopping, fun fairs and more.
A local singer is going to be featured as part of next month's Songfire Festival of Song in Vancouver.
The local entrepreneur started his career in the woodworking industry in 1984 with his own company, Acorn Wood Designs, helped launch the Centre for Advanced Wood Processing at the University of British Columbia in the mid-90s and has been custom-making guitars for about 30 years.
A phone service that directs calls to crisis lines throughout the province is now facing a crisis of its own.
A chemistry professor at Simon Fraser University has been recognized for his pioneering work in health research with the Horace S. Isbell Award from the American Chemical Society.
My congratulations to the Liberal party, but more importantly to the Liberal voters.