Skip to content

In the Community

What can I contribute?

"What will you personally contribute to the company?" employers usually ask during a hiring interview. For some people, this is a simple question that leads to a reply full of grand achievements and a litany of transferable skills.

Fire-Rescue lights up holidays

Richmond Fire-Rescue is inviting the public to "light up" Christmas with a series of festive events. They are opening their doors to the community on several days at various fire halls as they host their annual "Lighting of the Fire Halls" event.

What if your days were numbered?

Over my medical career, I have seen many colleagues leave practice.

Classic tale gets makeover

Publisher Pamela McColl is certainly not shy about altering a Christmas classic. Nor is she inhibited from championing her cause against smoking. And it's those two worlds which combine in a gently re-worked version of Clement C.

Chat challenges view of transportation

The City of Richmond hosts its fourth PechaKucha Night this Friday (Nov. 29) that will change how attendees think about transportation.

Tech savings elusive for Black Friday shopping

Greater choice is the main advantage for U.S

Upcoming fundraisers

Fraserview Care Lodge is hosting a night of yoga to help people of the Philippines. The yoga night, followed by tea, runs from 7-8:15 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 28 at 9580 Williams Road.

Big Sisters program looks for Study Buddies

Volunteering benefits both volunteer and community, increasing happiness on both ends. And chances are, more Richmondites would do it more if time weren't an issue.

Abdominal surgery reaches new dimension

The Richmond Hospital Foundation and Vancouver Coastal Health announced the official opening of Canada's first two operating rooms with 3-D technology, which will allow surgeons to perform safer and more accurate, minimally invasive abdominal surgeri
RCMP building shows ‘LEEDership’

RCMP building shows ‘LEEDership’

Richmond’s new RCMP detachment headquarters is showing leadership in reducing its impact on the environment. On Monday, the City of Richmond announced the building on No.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks