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Youth serve up annual dinner

Richmond Youth Service Agency's U-Connect Crew will be hosting its 8th Annual Community Winter Dinner on Friday, Dec. 13 at the Thompson Community Centre Banquet Hall.

The happiest place on Earth

It was the first Christmas without my mom who had died in April, and we dreaded the grief and longing that would come with what was once the happiest of times for our family. The pain of loss slowly ebbs over time, but surges with special occasions.
Enough stuff already, help fight cancer instead

Enough stuff already, help fight cancer instead

If there's one thing that can alleviate the stress that comes with gift buying at Christmas, it's a little dose of perspective.

City guide released in Punjabi

The City of Richmond's Newcomer's Guide is now available in Punjabi. Mayor Malcolm Brodie helped launch the guide last week, which is published with the help of the Richmond Intercultural Advisory Committee (RIAC).

Give the gift of taxes this Christmas season

The giving season is upon us and luckily we know who to give to.

Operation Red Nose seeks volunteers

For Jayson Oldham, associate pastor at the Ladner Baptist Church, the light bulb went off in a clear and concise way on a problem he was interested in solving.

McNair holds first gingerbread competition

Matthew McNair's culinary arts program was delighted to hold its First Annual High School Gingerbread Competition on Thursday, Dec. 5. Chef Raymond Young organized the event and sent registration packages to teaching kitchens throughout B.C.

Challenge faced by the sandwich generation

While expecting our third son, my wife asked our second born what he thought of his new role as middle child.

Youth invited to shape city's future

Richmond's teens are being asked to help shape the future for the city's youth. If you're aged 13 to 18, you can join in for fun, food and prizes in a series of upcoming free workshops.

McRoberts video in running for dry grad contest

A group of Grade 12 students at McRoberts Secondary are hoping a video they produced will reinforce the message that drinking and driving is a bad idea.