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Richmond-based Catalyst Paper still to face more than 20% duties

Richmond-based Catalyst Paper still to face more than 20% duties

The U.S. Department of Commerce has reduced duties against Canadian newsprint producers, but companies will still face additional costs when they ship products south of the border. “This was a complicated and unique case.
Chinese ride share firms still boom on black market

Chinese ride share firms still boom on black market

B.C. government announced last month it will not legalize them until at least the fall of 2019
Have a feast at first Asian dining festival in Richmond

Have a feast at first Asian dining festival in Richmond

Dozens of Asian restaurants will provide guided dining experience to customers from Oct. 10 – 21.
Canada's first eSports stadium to be built in Richmond

Canada's first eSports stadium to be built in Richmond

Richmond is expected to be home to Canada’s first-ever eSports stadium, with an opening date scheduled for 2019. Myesports Ventures Ltd.

Ride-hailing report: Ride hailing’s long and winding road to nowhere in B.C.

Eight years: estimated time elapsed from when Uber first entered the Vancouver market to when it will be sanctioned for B.C. roads
Richmond U-pick 101 Guide: Farmers don't do dirty diapers

Richmond U-pick 101 Guide: Farmers don't do dirty diapers

See top-10 u-pick tips and rules:
Chak Au lobbies Alibaba to open e-trade processing centre in Richmond

Chak Au lobbies Alibaba to open e-trade processing centre in Richmond

Coun. Chak Au hopes to turn Richmond into an international trade hub and believes working with the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba will help realize that.
Canada Jetlines readies for takeoff with new CEO, Airbus deal

Canada Jetlines readies for takeoff with new CEO, Airbus deal

More than four years after Vancouver-based Canada Jetlines pitched a plan to launch an ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC), the venture is again readying to get off the ground, although executives have yet to set a firm takeoff date.
Vancouver startup Trulioo taps market for Philippines remittances

Vancouver startup Trulioo taps market for Philippines remittances

A Vancouver startup specializing in identity verification is setting its sights on the remittance market in the Philippines. Trulioo announced July 24 it’s now offering its ID verification platform to customers in the Philippines.
Big ideas are no small task for Richmond's new tourism CEO

Big ideas are no small task for Richmond's new tourism CEO

Nancy Small, Tourism Richmond ’s newly appointed CEO, said she is excited with the many opportunities the city’s tourism scene presents, and hopes to continue leading the organization towards success.