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Bullying is multi-faceted problem with many solutions

The problem of bullying is a complicated issue. It hits a nerve with everybody who has been the target of bullying, it makes bystanders uncomfortable and it is a problem that can have very dire consequences if it is not dealt with.

Every dollar is a serious one

Because logic and data tell me that my chances of losing to most forms of gambling are extremely high, I don't gamble a dime. It goes back to a valuable lesson I learned as a child. The first PNE my parents took us to was around 1970.

Get ready, set, grow!

Competitors toss razors to support cancer research

Hansen among poll's most admired

A pair of notable Richmondites got some recognition at opposite ends of a recent Angus Reid Global poll this week.

Time to put garden to bed

The most common comment people say to us when we are in the front garden in the summer is, "It sure looks nice. Bet it's a lot of work." I always reply (truthfully): "It isn't work when you like it.
Get to know your neighbourhood

Get to know your neighbourhood

In Wednesday's print version of the Richmond News, reporters wrote about different areas of the city for the 17th Annual Readers' Choice Awards edition.

Vital night needed for Richmond animal shelter

Annual gala is RAPS' big chance to raise money

Halloween whodunnit at cannery

There's a been a "murder" at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery and the public is being invited to help solve this spooky, whodunnit, Halloween mystery. On Oct.
Show challenges artistic eyes in Richmond

Show challenges artistic eyes in Richmond

Guess Who? exhibits 100-plus pieces, but leaves artists anonymous

City celebrates Halloween

The City of Richmond is offering up a whole host of Halloween treats for families on Oct. 31. Richmond's free annual fireworks show from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.