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May 29 suggested for Richmond by-election

May 29 suggested for Richmond by-election

A by-election to replace MLA Kelly Greene could cost up to $716,000.
Richmond COVID-19 cases triple in three weeks

Richmond COVID-19 cases triple in three weeks

Vaccinations are rolling out with those 90 and older asked to book appointments starting next week, March 8.
Richmond non-profit offering virtual celebration for International Women’s Day

Richmond non-profit offering virtual celebration for International Women’s Day

Richmond Women’s Resource Centre will host a virtual event to help women turn hurdles into steps.
B.C. reports second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases in 2021

B.C. reports second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases in 2021

Testing has also increased to one of the highest totals so far this year.
Column: From a Lofty Vision to a Lofty Winery on a Hill in Naramata

Column: From a Lofty Vision to a Lofty Winery on a Hill in Naramata

Wine recommendations for Hillside winery.
Shuttered Richmond curling club gets 'nominal' help from city

Shuttered Richmond curling club gets 'nominal' help from city

Unlike some other community recreation groups, the curling club is responsible for the maintenance of its own building.
New arterial road in Richmond city centre aims to ease traffic congestion

New arterial road in Richmond city centre aims to ease traffic congestion

River Parkway officially opens to commuters on Saturday
Younger, FOMO-inclined adults warned about investment tip fraud via social media

Younger, FOMO-inclined adults warned about investment tip fraud via social media

The fear of missing out (FOMO) is what drives fraudsters to tackle younger investors via social media
TransLink testing new air, surface sanitizing tech on buses

TransLink testing new air, surface sanitizing tech on buses

The technology is already being used in major hotel chains and at Google's headquarters
Remote learning could be extended to end of school year for Richmond students

Remote learning could be extended to end of school year for Richmond students

It would cost about $900,000 to continue the transitional learning program for elementary and secondary students in Richmond.