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PINK SHIRT DAY: Former bully comes to terms with his actions

PINK SHIRT DAY: Former bully comes to terms with his actions

I t was called teasing. And it was, well, OK. At least it seemed to be for 11 and 12-year-old boys back in rural Ontario about 20 or so years ago.
PINK SHIRT DAY: Facing your bully at the front door

PINK SHIRT DAY: Facing your bully at the front door

It's knowing you didn't do anything wrong is what matters in the end
PINK SHIRT DAY: Anti-bullying mantra not just ‘child’s play’ anymore

PINK SHIRT DAY: Anti-bullying mantra not just ‘child’s play’ anymore

Boys and Girls Club of South Coast B.C. will be in action on Pink Shirt Day
Richmond girls help ERASE bullying with pink power

Richmond girls help ERASE bullying with pink power

Two high school students, Catelyne Ma and Sherry Liu, were the youth artists whose poster designs were chosen by the City of Richmond
Dream concert catches Richmond's community spirit

Dream concert catches Richmond's community spirit

Annual event this year raised money to get new Seniors Rent Bank off the ground
Sharing Black History Month in Richmond

Sharing Black History Month in Richmond

Stevestonite Mary Wilson came up with the idea for Richmond to host its first ever Black History Month events

Top three things to do in Richmond this weekend

1 Catch five distinctly different live performances Friday evening at Gilmore Park United Church’s annual Dream Catchers Concert to raise funds and awareness for the new Seniors Rent Bank run by non-profit Chimo Services.
Flashback Friday: Hospital brought ‘revolutionary change’

Flashback Friday: Hospital brought ‘revolutionary change’

Dignitaries received special engraved cigarette cases at the 1966 opening ceremony
Coffee with: Yoga teacher enjoys ‘being a service’ to others

Coffee with: Yoga teacher enjoys ‘being a service’ to others

Injuries suffered in collision have slowed but not stopped Anila Lacroix’s journey
Variety serves up a dose of support

Variety serves up a dose of support

Edwin Wang loves his racquet sports. The 10-year-old, Grade 5 student at Manoah Steves elementary school is an avid badminton and table tennis player who is always ready to square off against a willing opponent. But, in 2013, something was wrong.