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Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell is the Editor of the Burnaby Now and the New Westminster Record. Born and raised in Burnaby, Chris has more than 25 years of experience in journalism at both community and daily newspapers. The father of a teen daughter is also an award-winning columnist, reporter and editor who is an active member of the Burnaby and New West communities. If you see him at one of our local community events, come over and say hello.

Recent Work by Chris

Feds commit $30 million to help build a fire hall on Burnaby Mountain

Feds commit $30 million to help build a fire hall on Burnaby Mountain

MP Terry Beech makes announcement on eve of possible election
Fraser Health shutting down one Burnaby COVID-19 vaccination site

Fraser Health shutting down one Burnaby COVID-19 vaccination site

Site at BCIt will remain in operation
New West infant's death being investigated as a possible homicide

New West infant's death being investigated as a possible homicide

Infant's death called suspicious
Man charged after violent attack on SkyTrain attendant in New Westminster

Man charged after violent attack on SkyTrain attendant in New Westminster

Incident occurred at Braid station
Duelling Trans Mountain protests taking place in Burnaby and New West

Duelling Trans Mountain protests taking place in Burnaby and New West

Banner being put up at the Queensborough Bridge
Burnaby ceremony honours Korean War Veterans Day

Burnaby ceremony honours Korean War Veterans Day

On July 27, Korean War Veterans Day ceremonies took place in Burnaby’s Central Park to commemorate the 68th anniversary of the Korean War Armistice, in remembrance of the Canadian fallen buried in Busan, Korea to this day and in honour of the l
Fire danger rating raised to 'extreme' for Burnaby Lake park

Fire danger rating raised to 'extreme' for Burnaby Lake park

Metro Vancouver has raised the fire danger rating to extreme in all of its regional parks and greenways – including its park at Burnaby Lake - and is asking the public to exercise caution when visiting these areas.
Burnaby residents upset at city damage to their properties get meetings with staff

Burnaby residents upset at city damage to their properties get meetings with staff

City hosting two town halls to hear from residents
Poorly installed propane in vacation homes poses carbon monoxide danger: group

Poorly installed propane in vacation homes poses carbon monoxide danger: group

Technical Safety BC is warning British Columbians to familiarize themselves with the signs, symptoms and potential sources of carbon monoxide exposure when out on their vacations.
Proposed Burnaby community centre includes a big pool and will cost $252 million

Proposed Burnaby community centre includes a big pool and will cost $252 million

More details on what's planned revealed in city report