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Father's Day photo contest: Wong family

Father's Day photo contest: Wong family

The Richmond News has two gift cards to give away to two lucky readers who send in their favourite dad photos
Taiwanese Canadian Culture Festival moves online in 2021

Taiwanese Canadian Culture Festival moves online in 2021

Richmondite sees the virtual event as a way to expand his social circle.
Father's Day photo contest: Fotty family first up

Father's Day photo contest: Fotty family first up

The Richmond News has two gift cards to give away to two lucky readers who send in their favourite dad photos
Richmond kid, 6, runs 2K and raises 2K for Children's Hospital

Richmond kid, 6, runs 2K and raises 2K for Children's Hospital

Little Lincoln Mihic ran the West Dyke Trail with his dad to raise money for sick kids as part of the virtual RBC Race for the Kids
Non-profits struggle to keep space in Richmond

Non-profits struggle to keep space in Richmond

Location is important because non-profits need to be near clients, explained the head of Richmond Food Bank.
Father's Day photo contest

Father's Day photo contest

The Richmond News has gift cards to give away to two lucky readers who send in photos of them with their dads or the dads with their kids
Richmondites hold virtual meeting to share Canadian values with local Chinese-speaking community

Richmondites hold virtual meeting to share Canadian values with local Chinese-speaking community

One in five non-Asian Canadians feel most Asians do not contribute to the broader community, according to a study
Richmond students win WorkSafe BC youth video contest

Richmond students win WorkSafe BC youth video contest

Youth videos spread messages of COVID-19 workplace safety
Boat fire in Steveston sends one person to hospital

Boat fire in Steveston sends one person to hospital

A 39-foot boat caught fire and ran aground in shallow waters near Steveston Wednesday night.
Second Richmond vigil commemorates 215 Indigenous children

Second Richmond vigil commemorates 215 Indigenous children

Shoes, toys and flowers have been brought to the library plaza in the wake of news of 215 Indigenous children found in unmarked graves in Kamloops.