Burnaby


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Burnaby

(bûr`nəbē), city (1991 pop. 158,858), eastern suburb of Vancouver, SW B.C., Canada. A transportation, industrial, and distribution center, its products include steel, trucks, telecommunications and electronic equipment, lumber, and processed fish. Named for local businessman Robert Burnaby (1828–78), the city began as a residential community for Vancouver. Simon Fraser Univ. is located there.
References in periodicals archive ?
Once completed, the Brantford Elementary site located in Central Burnaby, B.
A spokesman added: "We are compiling a list of restrictions that we or residents think are unnecessary and we welcome the views of people in Burnaby Road.
PO Box 43050, Burnaby, BC, Canada, V5G 3H0, Telephone: (604) 618-3433, Fax (604) 291-9926
The company's paperboard mill in Burnaby is the largest manufacturer of 100 percent recycled paperboard in Western Canada with an annual production capacity of about 182,000 tonnes.
The move from our previous location to our new location in Burnaby, British Columbia has resulted in significant savings.
BURNABY, British Columbia -- Teradici Corporation, a new fabless semiconductor company developing solutions for next-generation personal computers, tablets, and handhelds, today announced completion of an initial US $8.
Gravis") of Burnaby announces the completion of a private placement offering of Special Warrants issued on July 7, 1993.
BURNABY, British Columbia -- Azure Dynamics Corporation (TSX:AZD) (LSE:ADC) ("Azure" or the "Company") a leading developer of hybrid electric powertrains for commercial vehicles is pleased to announce that today, at their facility in Burnaby, B.
of Burnaby, British Columbia, for the sale of life insurance to fund pre-arranged funeral services at Loewen funeral homes in the United States.
Management has already undertaken measures to reduce the monthly cash burn rate at its Burnaby facility.
SuperPages Canada will continue to be headquartered in Burnaby, British Columbia.
BURNABY, British Columbia -- Honeywell (NYSE:HON) Building Solutions and the City of Burnaby today launched an energy services partnership designed to improve the city's energy efficiency and reduce environmental emissions.