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Funds sought for mobile post

The Richmond branch of St. John Ambulance has been pushing hard for a year in a bid to raise $140,000 for its first ever "first-aid mobile post.

Practise smart diversification

Fifth of a 10-part series I'm a very patriotic Canadian. Although I love to travel outside our borders, it's always great returning to the true north, strong and free.

Multiculturalism competes on global market

Here's another way to think about the issues of ethnic enclaves, of signage, of expectations around integration and the question of who accommodates to whom. We used to get immigrants in Canada. Now we have migrants.

Don't accept being 'bad' to avoid your goals

Much as I'm ashamed to admit it, I've failed my Class 7 road test twice. Most of my friends have heard the stories (and the excuses) multiple times, but I've reassured them that this summer is the year that I'll get it.
Godzilla stomps through Steveston

Godzilla stomps through Steveston

Record store becomes a hub for music lovers

The year was 1969. I was 16 and had just landed a job as a trainee recording engineer in London, England's hot music industry. This was the land of the British Invasion, and I was wide-eyed at its bright lights, big city nerve centre.

Chasing returns creates conditions for demise

According to a Gerstein Fisher Research Center analytical paper, investors chase returns and, in doing so, create the conditions of their own demise.
Photos: Richmond celebrates 2013 Canada Day

Photos: Richmond celebrates 2013 Canada Day

Video: Richmond students create with school in mind

Video: Richmond students create with school in mind

Minoru fest aims to shake people up

Richmond's Move for Health Festival kicks off on Friday, May 10, giving residents a chance to try dozens of different sports, dance styles and wellness activities for free at Minoru Park.
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