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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

Dinosaur statue with Expo 86 history stolen from Burnaby backyard

Dinosaur statue with Expo 86 history stolen from Burnaby backyard

The Fiberglas velociraptor had been in the family for nearly 20 years, says owner
Burnaby mom who lost son to poisoned drug supply pleading for return of his missing dog

Burnaby mom who lost son to poisoned drug supply pleading for return of his missing dog

Lanky husky-shepherd cross vanished from area of Douglas Road and Norfolk Street on July 4
Man wanted for 'disgusting act' towards senior on a Burnaby street

Man wanted for 'disgusting act' towards senior on a Burnaby street

Woman approached by stranger who made lewd comment, exposed himself and masturbated, according to police
Drunk Burnaby driver picked up by drunker twin sister: police

Drunk Burnaby driver picked up by drunker twin sister: police

Both 28-year-old women issued temporary driving bans
Man saves 85-year-old Burnaby school yearbook from garbage dump

Man saves 85-year-old Burnaby school yearbook from garbage dump

David Drayson found 1936 Burnaby North High School annual in pile of books and papers neighbour was throwing out.
(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
Police considering assault charges in alleged Burnaby mall spitting case (video)

Police considering assault charges in alleged Burnaby mall spitting case (video)

Unmasked man at Metropolis at Metrotown allegedly spat at another man in a McDonald's lineup
Man who refused to wear mask arrested for alleged assault at Burnaby store

Man who refused to wear mask arrested for alleged assault at Burnaby store

Altercation at Market Crossing Canadian Tire captured on video.
Burnaby RCMP's first female top cop gets emotional send-off

Burnaby RCMP's first female top cop gets emotional send-off

Chief Supt. Deanne Burleigh retires after 35 years with the RCMP
Officer cleared after police dog 'seriously' injured Burnaby suspect's genitals

Officer cleared after police dog 'seriously' injured Burnaby suspect's genitals

Domestic assault call in July ended with canine clamped to suspect for up to 20 seconds