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Opinion: Burnaby Conservative Heather Leung knocked on this voter's door

Opinion: Burnaby Conservative Heather Leung knocked on this voter's door

One of the big questions of the week in Burnaby politics is why Heather Leung is running such a private campaign. The Burnaby North-Seymour Conservative candidate has refused to respond to calls from the media about her campaign.
Daily update: Richmond candidates invited to speak about environment

Daily update: Richmond candidates invited to speak about environment

The environment is a pressing issue for many voters during this federal election. The Richmond Climate Hub is planning a debate for candidates about the environment on Oct. 3 at Palmer secondary.
Liberal candidate has signs vandalized with blackface

Liberal candidate has signs vandalized with blackface

Fallout from pictures of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dressed up in brownface in 2001 has reached the Kelowna-Lake Country riding. At least two election signs for MP Stephen Fuhr were vandalized overnight.
Transit, congestion top of mind for Richmondites in federal election

Transit, congestion top of mind for Richmondites in federal election

KPU instructor says this is a more "mundane" election compared to the 2015 change election
Daily update: Campaign paperwork underway in Richmond

Daily update: Campaign paperwork underway in Richmond

The Green party candidate for Richmond Centre submitted her paperwork to Elections Canada - Francoise Raunet tweeted a picture of herself at the Elections Canada office. Submitted my nomination papers today! Let the electioning begin...
Updated: NDP, Greens named in Richmond ridings

Updated: NDP, Greens named in Richmond ridings

Just a year out of high school, Steveston-Richmond East candidate wants to give a voice to youth.
Richmond campaigns launch as election looms

Richmond campaigns launch as election looms

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a meeting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday with the Governor General of Canada – it is anticipated he will ask her to dissolve Parliament, which will set in motion the Oct. 21 federal election.
Updated: Richmond residents invited to query candidates

Updated: Richmond residents invited to query candidates

With the federal election campaign officially underway, local groups are organizing all-candidates meetings for voters to learn about who is running and what they stand for. Three dates have been announced for Richmond all-candidates meetings: Sept.
Parties line up Richmond candidates, prep for fall election

Parties line up Richmond candidates, prep for fall election

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn’t officially called the election yet — at least he hadn’t by the Richmond News’ press deadline — but he popped into town last week to hand out mooncakes at Lansdowne Centre, glad-handing and signalling that it was d
Liberal candidate acclaimed for Richmond Centre

Liberal candidate acclaimed for Richmond Centre

Steven Kou will be the candidate in the Oct. 21 election.
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