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Cornelia Naylor

Cornelia Naylor

I report on health and education for the Burnaby NOW and New Westminster Record. In a past life I taught high school English.

Recent Work by Cornelia

Burnaby Mountie remembers cousin-in-law killed in Nova Scotia mass shooting

Burnaby Mountie remembers cousin-in-law killed in Nova Scotia mass shooting

Burnaby RCMP preparing to mark first anniversary of tragedy Monday
Burnaby summer school sees 2,200 registrations in first 10 minutes

Burnaby summer school sees 2,200 registrations in first 10 minutes

All classes face-to-face including one for students who've been away from school because of COVID-19
Burnaby sees 350% spike in anti-Asian hate crimes during COVID-19: police

Burnaby sees 350% spike in anti-Asian hate crimes during COVID-19: police

Burnaby RCMP urging victims to report incidents
Burnaby Mountie says multilingual police force just better for law enforcement

Burnaby Mountie says multilingual police force just better for law enforcement

Burnaby RCMP Cpl. Freda Fong says speaking Mandarin and Cantonese as well as English has helped her as an investigator and as a support to victims, like the family of murdered 13-year-old Marrisa Shen
Ex-boyfriend who murdered Burnaby's Nicole Porciello not eligible for parole for 15 years

Ex-boyfriend who murdered Burnaby's Nicole Porciello not eligible for parole for 15 years

Jan Poepl stabbed 34-year-old Nicole Porciello 47 times before staging car crash on Barnet Highway ejecting her from vehicle
Anti-shoplifting blitz leads to 46 arrests at Burnaby's biggest mall

Anti-shoplifting blitz leads to 46 arrests at Burnaby's biggest mall

One shoplifter caught by police after trying to steal $1,065 worth of Advil, Aleve and Tylenol at Metrotown Superstore
Burnaby stabbing suspect still at large

Burnaby stabbing suspect still at large

Police say 36-year-old woman and man who stabbed her leg are known to each other and incident was targeted
(Video) Owners 'gutted' after man steals from struggling Burnaby store during COVID

(Video) Owners 'gutted' after man steals from struggling Burnaby store during COVID

Neurodivergent business owners have faced one challenge after another since signing lease weeks before 2020 lockdown
$22.3M approved to replace seismically unsafe Burnaby elementary school

$22.3M approved to replace seismically unsafe Burnaby elementary school

Stride Community School assessed at 'highest risk of widespread damage or structural failure' during earthquake; seismic project announced by former BC Liberal Premier Christy Clark in 2013 finally approved last month
Burnaby RCMP have recovered your stolen engagement ring

Burnaby RCMP have recovered your stolen engagement ring

'Whole bunch of stolen items' recovered from man caught violating probation orders