This summer I moved into a new house near Burnaby Heights. I inherited 3 fruit trees and have been waiting for the leaves to come off to get a good look at the branch structure for pruning or possible removal. They're currently under CoV's restrictions for removal, so that is still an option. One is an apple tree that in my opinion was pruned previously by someone who had no idea what they were doing. The leader was cut causing an explosion of branches lower down. Lots of clusters and crossing branches. The photo is not great, but I'm wondering if some careful pruning can bring it back. It produced fruit this year and the leaves and growth looked healthy.