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Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell is the Editor of the Burnaby Now, the New Westminster Record and the Tri-City News. Born and raised in Burnaby, Chris is a Langara journalism school grad who has more than 25 years of experience in journalism at both community and daily newspapers. Chris got into journalism as a way to meet new people and understand more about how the world works. This father of an adult daughter is also an award-winning columnist, reporter and editor who is an active member of the Burnaby, New West and Tri-Cities communities. When he's not writing, he's cheering for the Boston Red Sox and Celtics. If you see him at one of our local community events, come over and say hello.

Email
ccampbell@burnabynow.com

Recent Work by Chris

Burnaby waste-to-energy plant to heat entire Vancouver neighbourhood

Burnaby waste-to-energy plant to heat entire Vancouver neighbourhood

A Burnaby facility that turns waste into energy will be soon be powering an entire neighbourhood A new agreement with Metro Vancouver will see River District Energy purchase up to 10 megawatts of heat from Burnaby’s Waste-to-Energy Facility sta
‘Thousands of jobs’: Amazon adding Burnaby mega-distribution hub

‘Thousands of jobs’: Amazon adding Burnaby mega-distribution hub

More than 500,000 squared feet of space
Burnaby median home price jumps $423K as multiple offers pile up

Burnaby median home price jumps $423K as multiple offers pile up

More buyers than there are listings
Trans Mountain expansion pipeline in the ground ‘before Christmas’

Trans Mountain expansion pipeline in the ground ‘before Christmas’

“Getting shovels in the ground in Alberta and kicking off pipeline construction is a pivotal moment for Trans Mountain," says project CEO
Does Burnaby highrise development next to SkyTrain need so much parking?

Does Burnaby highrise development next to SkyTrain need so much parking?

People like to complain that there’s never enough parking when they need it, but what if I told you there was too much parking? Would you storm the NOW office with torches and pitchforks? Likely not, when you can just flay me on social media.
Location announced for Burnaby's first-ever year-round shelter

Location announced for Burnaby's first-ever year-round shelter

The shelter will provide up to 40 beds and is expected to open by the end of summer 2019
Burnaby’s tallest building ‘topped off’ as Brentwood megaproject grows

Burnaby’s tallest building ‘topped off’ as Brentwood megaproject grows

At a dizzying 614 feet, Tower Two is the tallest building in Burnaby