Burnaby Community Services

Burnaby Neighbourhood Attractions

If you’re looking for a fun day out in the city, we recommend doing something unique… Something that you can only find in a Burnaby neighbourhood!

Check out our list of Burnaby community services and Burnaby neighbourhood attractions:

Burnaby neighbourhood art gallery

Burnaby Art Gallery

With a suggested admission donation of $5, the Burnaby Art Gallery is affordable fun for the whole family. It features amazing art exhibitions by a mix of local and international artists. The gallery also includes more than 5,000 works of art in its permanent collection, so there is no shortage of creativity to enjoy.

Burnaby neighbourhood village museum

The Village Museum

The Burnaby Village Museum is a living re-enactment of Burnaby in the 1920’s. There are more than a dozen buildings across the nine-acre site. Find an ice cream parlour, log cabin, post office, barbershop, and tram station. In addition, an interurban train, blacksmith, and general store are all in the historic village.

Burnaby neighbourhood Shadbolt Centre

Shadbolt Art Centre

More than 250,000 people visit the Shadbolt Centre for Arts every year. The centre offers workshops and programming, in addition to art and theatre performances. It is located in Deer Lake Park, with easy access for people visiting by skytrain or bus. Spend an entire day enjoying creativity!

Burnaby community services and Burnaby youth hub

The Burnaby Youth Hub

The Burnaby Youth Hub hosts a variety of programs. These include free summer camps, youth arts programs, and a 10-week program for children with behavioural and mental health challenges. Workshops include self defence classes, employment seminars, and a “Mind & Body Wellness” group. In addition to this, they have a free youth clinic.

Burnaby Community Services

Burnaby Community Services

Burnaby Community Services helps people living in poverty. They provide aid to more than 7,000 people a year through various programs. The group offers recreation credits that allow low-income families to participate in fitness opportunities at city facilities. They also run a summer camp, providing children with access to activities.

Burnaby Community Services and Burnaby Neighbourhood House

Burnaby Neighbourhood House

The Burnaby Neighbourhood House runs programs for people of all ages, from preschool to youth and seniors activities. The group hosts everything from cultural dinners to beginners yoga sessions, to income tax classes, to a “crochet corner”. They provide support to new residents, helping them connect to the community and new life.

Burnaby Online Business Directory

Burnaby Online Business Directory

Businesses in the Burnaby Postal Code

Check out our Burnaby Online directory to search for all of your favourite businesses, and discover some new ones along the way too. There are so many fantastic businesses located in the Burnaby Postal Code.
Burnaby FAQ's

Q: What is the population of Burnaby?
A: According to the 2016 census, the Burnaby Population is 232,755 people. Making it the 20th biggest city in Canada and the 3rd largest city in British Columbia.

Q: How big is Burnaby?
A: The city of Burnaby is exactly 98.6 square kilometres in size.

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