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$27M more for amateur sports in B.C.

$27M more for amateur sports in B.C.

Community Gaming Grants provide about $140 million each year to support nearly 5,000 not-for-profit organizations
Kudos: Designer created animated masks to fundraise for Richmond Hospital

Kudos: Designer created animated masks to fundraise for Richmond Hospital

To make wearing masks more fun for children of all ages, a Richmond-based designer has turned face masks into an art project by launching personalized masks imprinted with cute monster cartoons. 
Richmond lawyer leads young performers in virtual Christmas concert

Richmond lawyer leads young performers in virtual Christmas concert

The free concert will be open to the public Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Dead Letters Office inspires theatrical performance about connection

Dead Letters Office inspires theatrical performance about connection

Who knew there was such a thing as a Dead Letters Office? It’s a branch of Canada’s postal services where workers try to find the intended recipient of a letter that otherwise cannot be delivered or returned to sender.
Richmond artist helps creates Little Women audio play

Richmond artist helps creates Little Women audio play

If there is anything artists know how to do, it is to adapt to situations, according to Shelby Wyminga, a Richmond resident and artist.
Richmond seeks out artists for art column exhibition

Richmond seeks out artists for art column exhibition

A call is being made for Richmond’s visual artists who are interested in exhibiting their own work in the city. Artists residing in Richmond are encouraged to submit proposals to have their artwork displayed on the No.
Richmond Gateway Theatre hosts online holiday show

Richmond Gateway Theatre hosts online holiday show

The Richmond Gateway Theatre is hosting their annual holiday show in December and the pandemic can’t stop them.
Richmond Secondary alumnus launches debut singles

Richmond Secondary alumnus launches debut singles

A Richmond musician is this week celebrating the launch of her debut singles. "I love a calm and simple melody with some unsettling nostalgia thrown in," said Alex Tse. "My songs are like a comforting heartache.
Richmond-born author writes previously untold stories of South Asian immigrants

Richmond-born author writes previously untold stories of South Asian immigrants

Writing more than 70,000 words over 250 pages wasn’t nearly as difficult as the journey early South Asian pioneers went through to start a new life in Canada, according to Richmond author Karen Dosanjh.
Musicians in China and Vancouver come together for virtual performance

Musicians in China and Vancouver come together for virtual performance

Despite travel restrictions and isolation, students from Vancouver and China will come together to sing in unison as a part of a collaborative virtual performance, Music in the Air , which will air tomorrow.