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Food airlifted to some areas along Highway 8

Food airlifted to some areas along Highway 8

It's unknown when Highway 8 may be usable again
Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued for possible listeria contamination

Safety alert: B.C.-wide mushroom recall issued for possible listeria contamination

Check your fridges! Food contaminated with listeria may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick.
The fight for acceptance goes on

The fight for acceptance goes on

MacNeill secondary teacher Bryan Bone, AKA drag act and storyteller Miss Gina Tonic, and Richmondite Jordyn Butler tell of their LGBTQ+ experiences in Richmond in both a pre- and current SOGI world
TransLink’s reindeer buses are back lighting up Metro Vancouver streets this week

TransLink’s reindeer buses are back lighting up Metro Vancouver streets this week

Over the years, 86,912 toys and over $50,500 have been donated!
How British Columbians can protect their home from flooding

How British Columbians can protect their home from flooding

From an emergency kit to simple household maintenance, there are a number of steps British Columbians can take to safeguard their home before another set of serious storms hits the South Coast.
Santa making triumphant return to Steveston

Santa making triumphant return to Steveston

The jolly old elf will once again dock at the harbour to launch the Christmas season
Richmond landowner's near four-year fight for cannabis farm permit rumbles on

Richmond landowner's near four-year fight for cannabis farm permit rumbles on

The Court of Appeal has overruled a previous decision ordering the City of Richmond to grant the owner of Riverside Equestrian a permit to build a cannabis farm greenhouse
By the numbers: B.C. farmers face massive flood losses

By the numbers: B.C. farmers face massive flood losses

The scale of flood impacts on B.C. farmers in the Fraser Valley became a little clearer Thursday, though the agriculture minister refused to provide an update on the number of livestock killed in the flooding, citing the mental health of farmers. 
Here are the cheapest neighbourhoods to rent in Metro Vancouver (MAP)

Here are the cheapest neighbourhoods to rent in Metro Vancouver (MAP)

Here are the 9 cheapest neighbourhoods to rent in Metro Vancouver this November
David Suzuki apologizes after claiming pipeline violence is inevitable

David Suzuki apologizes after claiming pipeline violence is inevitable

In a Nov. 20 interview, Suzuki said pipelines would inevitably get 'blown up if leaders don't pay attention to what's going on.'