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Make estate planning your resolution for 2014

New Year's resolutions invariably gravitate toward things like losing weight, exercising more, starting a budget, quitting smoking and other very worthy goals.

MEC series wants sports teams

Following a successful race season in 2013, Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) is excited about offering the biggest run races of the year in Richmond in 2014. Starting this Sunday, Jan.

Are you ready to achieve your goals in 2014?

Ah, it's a new year. A lot of people are starting fresh and setting goals for creating a new body, a new relationship, or a whole new lifestyle.

It's filthy, stinking, lucky and rich

In times of yore, when people told stories, they often gave the leading roles to animals, transforming them into the embodiment of certain human traits - the bee is busy, the fox cunning, the hare fast, the tortoise slow, and so on.

Around Town

Monday Are you gay, bisexual, or just not sure? Need a safe place to talk? HOMINUM is an informal discussion and support group to help gay, bisexual and questioning men with the challenges of being married, separated or single.

B.C. wine has bright future

The very first Europeans to plant grapes for the purpose of making wine in British Columbia were missionaries who settled in the Kelowna area around 1860, but really, not much happened until after the First World War.

Former 2947 cadet shines overseas

Lt. Sharon Ong, pictured far left, was a former cadet of Richmond's 2947 "12 Service Battalion" Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps and held many positions of distinction in the cadet program. Lt.
Kwantlen to host 'speed dating' for non-profits

Kwantlen to host 'speed dating' for non-profits

Every time a bell rings ... a non-profit organization in Richmond has a chance to get help.
Raising the bar on chocolate making in Richmond

Raising the bar on chocolate making in Richmond

Right before the winter vacation, Matthew McNair secondary held its annual Breakfast with Santa charity event.

Recycle your Christmas tree or chip it

When the time comes to take down your Christmas tree, bring it to the Richmond Firefighters Association Charity Chipping event this weekend, or recycle your tree with your curb side Green Cart collection.
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