This marbled murrelet was among the more rare species in the care of the Wildlife Rescue Association, which had a record-breaking year in helping more than animals, the most ever in the organization's history.
Wildlife: The Wildlife Rescue Association of B.C. sent in shots of some of the nestlings and fledglings that have been in their care in recent weeks, including these five young House Finches. For more information on the Burnaby-based organization, see www.wildliferescue.ca.
In this picture released by the Burnaby RCMP, tires have been slashed all over the city, in two flurries of activity, in the spring and during the first week of December. Police are looking for the public's help in apprehending the person or persons responsible for these tire slashings.
Serving it up: Moscrop Panthers power hitter J. Cross will lead the first-time Lower Mainland champions into the B. High School AAA boys' volleyball championships in Kelowna, beginning today (Wednesday) in Kelowna.
Close as it gets: Second-ranked Douglas College Royals defeat Capilano University earlier in the day, but lost a five-set tiebreaker to the No. ranked Red Deer College Kings at the Christmas men's volleyball tournament at the New Westminster campus.
Slippery conditions: Yuji Kado spent Monday morning shovelling snow from the sidewalk on Avenue and Coquitlam Street in Burnaby. The city had more than a dozen snow trucks plowing and salting the streets Tuesday morning.