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Summer recharges batteries

I love summer time because it recharges my batteries.

Clevest lands water meter deal

The Richmond-based high-tech company Clevest Solutions along with Bit Stew Systems, has been chosen by BC Hydro to support its $930 million smart meter installation program. Earlier this month, Hydro commenced an 18month program to install 1.

Event raises $9,750 for hospital

Malee Rubinstein and Brian White, co-chairs for the Pink Ball Tournament at Richmond Country Club presented a cheque for $9,750 to the Richmond Hospital Foundation, last week.

Main library hold Chinese book fair

Richmond Public Library is partnering with Xinhua Bookstore to hold its first-ever free, drop-in Chinese Book Fair July 2125 at the Brighouse (Main) Branch.

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THURSDAY Thursday Are you considering residential care for a loved one? Has a family member recently moved into residential care? The Alzheimer Society of B.C. presents Preparation for Transition to Residential Care and Life in Residential Care.

Popular Summer Fun Nights return to King George Park

A grassroots summer series is back again this summer. The second annual Summer Fun Nights, hosted by the East Richmond Community Association (ERCA) and Cambie Community Centre, begins Tuesday, July 19.
PHOTOS: Celebrating the arts at London Heritage Farm

PHOTOS: Celebrating the arts at London Heritage Farm

The sun came out on Sunday in time for the Fraser River Art Festival at the London Heritage Farm. The event featured art by more than 25 local artists and entertainment by the Steveston Folk Guild and Sangre Morena.

Individual pension plans good option for high-earners

Business owners, high-income executives and incorporated professionals are increasingly using Individual Pension Plans (IPPs) to maximize retirement savings, particularly if concerned whether they have enough in RRSPs to fund their desired retirement

How you relate to partner is likely rooted in your past

In recent weeks, I've written of the common communication problems encountered by couples. When conflicts arise, we can find fault in one another or believe something is wrong in the relationship itself.

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Friday The Music at the Cannery series presents singer Joe Charron, who will perform with Angela James on cello, on Friday, July 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery, 12138 Fourth Ave. Admission by donation.