• Help Shape the Future of Burnaby.ca

    Help Shape the Future of Burnaby.ca The City of Burnaby is redeveloping the website Burnaby.ca and they want your input!  Your responses will be used to guide them as they try to build a more interactive and intuitive online experience. For more details please click h...
  • Burnaby Public Library Now Open with Limited In-branch Services

    All of the branches of the Burnaby Public Library are now open with in-branch limited services.  The services available now include walk-in holds pickup, public computers and wifi. Books on hold can be picked up and checked out, no appointment necessary. Because access to...
  • Falls & Injury Prevention

    Join us for a 2-part virtual presentation on Falls Prevention using ZOOM! Choose from the following dates at 10:00am or 1:30pm: Part 1:  Pharmacy, Vision August 4, August 5, August 6 Part 2: Exercise, Home Safety August 18, August 19, August 20 For regis...
  • City of Burnaby Facilities and Programs Restart

    The City is slowly re-opening its facilities and programs.  As facilities and programs gradually restart, they will operate with reduced capacity and focused programming to provide ample space for patrons to physically distance. Advance reservation is required; and drop-ins w...
  • BC’s Seniors Advocate Statement on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2020

    Here’s the media statement from Isobel Mackenzie, Seniors Advocate, on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Included are links to an educational video on elder financial abuse and a brochure on protecting your privacy.  
  • New Computer Group Presentations

    As part of its ongoing efforts to help seniors stay in touch during these challenging times, the Bonsor 55+ Computer Group has re-started its presentations on applications and services that seniors may find useful. Libby - How to Install and Borrow Ebooks from Burnaby Public L...

 

Bonsor 55+ BuildingThe Bonsor 55+ Society is one of the 4 seniors centres in Burnaby BC, Canada.  With a membership of over 2,000, it is open to anyone who is 55 years or older.  The Society runs its activities at two locations which are very close to each other - the Bonsor 55+ Centre and the Bonsor Recreation Centre.