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Richmond’s best businesses to be showcased

Richmond’s best businesses to be showcased

The best and brightest in Richmond’s business world will be honoured at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s 39th Annual Business Excellence Awards on Nov. 17 at the River Rock Casino Resort. And on Thursday (Oct.
Is YVR up for sale?

Is YVR up for sale?

Selling Vancouver International Airport to a private interest would be a mistake, said its president and CEO, Craig Richmond, who hopes the idea never gets off the ground.

High-tech camera maker sold to U.S. firm

Oregon-based FLIR Systems, Inc. announced this week it has purchased Richmond’s Point Grey Research, Inc.
Selling a mid-century look and story in Richmond

Selling a mid-century look and story in Richmond

Steveston's Al Kolleth has turned his obsession with 'picking' into a business
Big cranberry crop expected

Big cranberry crop expected

According to the B.C. Cranberry Growers’ Association, the 2016 harvest, which is underway now across the Lower Mainland, including Richmond, could be the biggest ever. Association chair Grant Keefer told CBC Radio One this week he expects B.C.
Tangerine plants itself at Lansdowne

Tangerine plants itself at Lansdowne

To increase its profile, Tangerine has opened up a pop-up bank in the south west portion of Lansdowne Centre’s parking lot.
Soccer skills put under microscope at new centre

Soccer skills put under microscope at new centre

With a growing resume of successfully coaching youth in the Lower Mainland, Daryl Ware-Lane believes with the opening of his private soccer academy in Steveston he’ll be taking on a new role — that of a teacher.
Earthquake warning system goes global

Earthquake warning system goes global

Makers of ShakeAlarm to use their experience monitoring the Massey Tunnel in marketing plan

Richmond 12th in work ranking

Richmond missed out on cracking the top 10 best cities in B.C. for work, according to a BC Business magazine ranking. Richmond finished in 12th spot, just ahead of Kamloops and behind Kelowna.
Corvus batteries power up sub drone

Corvus batteries power up sub drone

You’ve heard about drones, those small helicopters that kids, big and small, fly around to take photos and video. And self-driving cars are just starting to make inroads into our everyday lives.
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