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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

Burnaby move to replace culvert hailed as bold step to help fish travel

Burnaby move to replace culvert hailed as bold step to help fish travel

New culvert will have a natural bottom
Anti-Asian racism rallies set for Monday at three Burnaby locations

Anti-Asian racism rallies set for Monday at three Burnaby locations

Or people can take part on Zoom
COVID-19 cases pile up at poultry plant, Metro Vancouver grocery stores

COVID-19 cases pile up at poultry plant, Metro Vancouver grocery stores

Sunrise plant services much of B.C.
(Video) One dead as Burnaby police deal with second shooting in less than a week

(Video) One dead as Burnaby police deal with second shooting in less than a week

Officers on scene in southeast Burnaby
Multiple COVID-19 exposure dates listed for Metropolis at Metrotown business

Multiple COVID-19 exposure dates listed for Metropolis at Metrotown business

Fraser Health has updated exposures website
Councillor elected as NDP candidate in Burnaby North-Seymour

Councillor elected as NDP candidate in Burnaby North-Seymour

Jim Hanson will face Liberal MP Terry Beech
Metrotown SkyTrain-to-mall pedestrian bridge project shelved - for now

Metrotown SkyTrain-to-mall pedestrian bridge project shelved - for now

No 'immediate' plans to build the project
Opinion: Are Burnaby land owners doing half-assed projects to avoid taxes?

Opinion: Are Burnaby land owners doing half-assed projects to avoid taxes?

Some Burnaby home projects look abandoned
Bakery giant in Burnaby sees 37% surge as people realize baking is hard

Bakery giant in Burnaby sees 37% surge as people realize baking is hard

More people looking at investing in franchises
Burnaby sellers ‘have already missed out’ on real estate madness

Burnaby sellers ‘have already missed out’ on real estate madness

April sales still strong, but slowdown starting