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Richmond non-profit offering virtual celebration for International Women’s Day

Richmond non-profit offering virtual celebration for International Women’s Day

Richmond Women’s Resource Centre will host a virtual event to help women turn hurdles into steps.
Richmond non-profit hosting virtual workshops to boost leadership skills

Richmond non-profit hosting virtual workshops to boost leadership skills

Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives will partner with Trinity Western University to launch a virtual workshop with a focus on leadership skills.
Richmond’s most dangerous intersections for pedestrians

Richmond’s most dangerous intersections for pedestrians

There are a few crosswalks in Richmond that Richmondite John Lloyd would rather walk a mile to avoid.
Richmond organization turns on the taps in Uganda water project

Richmond organization turns on the taps in Uganda water project

Twelve tap stands and 9,000 handwashing stations were built in rural Uganda during COVID-19.
Richmond healthcare worker creates headband earsavers to benefit mental wellness programs

Richmond healthcare worker creates headband earsavers to benefit mental wellness programs

Proceeds from the business will help support mental health programs in B.C.
Video: Richmond high school holds parade for student fighting cancer

Video: Richmond high school holds parade for student fighting cancer

Cancer student sets up GoFundMe page, YouTube channel.
Historic slipways at Britannia Shipyards in Richmond to be restored

Historic slipways at Britannia Shipyards in Richmond to be restored

Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site Society received funding from the B.C. government to help with the restoration
Richmond PPE manufacturer feels left in the lurch after stepping up for government at start of pandemic

Richmond PPE manufacturer feels left in the lurch after stepping up for government at start of pandemic

On March 20, 2020, the Government of Canada called on Canadian manufacturers to step up to help meet the country's need for PPEs, and Richmond-based Layfield did that, but now the company is left with a lot of masks it can’t sell.
Five more Richmond hotels authorized to quarantine travellers

Five more Richmond hotels authorized to quarantine travellers

A total of 11 hotels, including 10 in Richmond, have now been authorized by the federal government to accommodate quarantined travellers returning to Canada.
RCD launches Instagram contest for Richmond residents

RCD launches Instagram contest for Richmond residents

Richmond Centre for Disability is recognizing that so many people have the need to connect