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Richmond nutritional gummy maker shifts to green packaging

Richmond nutritional gummy maker shifts to green packaging

Herbaland Naturals , a Richmond-based nutritional gummy manufacturer, announced Sunday it will use compostable packaging for its best-selling Vegan Protein Gummies products to replace traditional plastic bags.
Cultivating cannabis attitudes in conservative Asian communities

Cultivating cannabis attitudes in conservative Asian communities

Last year, a Canadian non-profit group planned to launch a promotional effort to reverse the largely negative sentiment towards cannabis among those in Asian communities.
Foreign film, TV inflow swamping Vancouver productions

Foreign film, TV inflow swamping Vancouver productions

Hollywood shows forcing some local producers to shift focus outside B.C.
Using B.C.’s LNG as ship fuel can reduce global emissions

Using B.C.’s LNG as ship fuel can reduce global emissions

Climate change is a global issue. Greenhouse gases (GHGs) don’t recognize borders or legal jurisdictions, so we all need to do our part to reduce emissions.
A non-exhaustive list of discounts available for seniors in Richmond

A non-exhaustive list of discounts available for seniors in Richmond

The Richmond News has put together a non-exhaustive list of discounts available in businesses in the city (exclusions may apply): Bashir's Auto Cosmetics: Customers aged 60 and older can receive 50 per cent off certain car wash packages Monday throug
B.C. eyes smaller pot growers to fight product shortage

B.C. eyes smaller pot growers to fight product shortage

Province may move to marijuana microproducers to meet demand, minister of solicitor general and public safety says
Richmond ice cream business markets cannabis confusion

Richmond ice cream business markets cannabis confusion

Cannabis edibles are currently not legalized for sales, but 720 Sweets , an ice cream chain headquartered in Richmond, just launched a campaign on social media about its new “Green Goblin” ice cream that will be available for people “19 years old or
International tensions give small businesses the jitters

International tensions give small businesses the jitters

Federal trade promotion officials said during a recent Vancouver visit that Canadian businesses considering doing business abroad appear to have been spooked by recent developments in China and the United States.
Canadian retailers push for return of GST rebate for tourists

Canadian retailers push for return of GST rebate for tourists

Canada is only OECD country with a value-added tax and no rebate for visitors
Richmond carrier tests driverless delivery car on the road

Richmond carrier tests driverless delivery car on the road

After passing No. 3 Road and Granville Avenue, the driver let go of the wheel and let the car drive itself. The car stayed in the middle of the lane, at a speed of 50 kilometers per hour and kept a distance from the cars in front.