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East Richmond could swell four times

The east Richmond community of Hamilton could grow by up to four times, depending on what locals want to see happen.
Store owner dons gown, gives cross-border shoppers 'dressing' down

Store owner dons gown, gives cross-border shoppers 'dressing' down

Darting in and out through the jam of cars at the U.S. border, shopkeeper Christen Haines wasnt sure what reaction shed get from the horde of drivers squeezing over the line to empty their credit cards.

Richmond seafood importer fined $40,000

A seafood importer and former chef in Richmond has been fined $40,000 for possessing illegal Northern abalone.

Budget Bill C-38 protest hits Richmond-East MP's office

About two dozen people held a protest outside MP Kerry-Lynne Findlays Ladner constituency office last Saturday to raise awareness about the federal governments omnibus budget bill. They were among thousands across the country protesting Bill C-38.

Popular play depicting cannery racism 'almost certain' to return to Richmond

A sell-out theatrical production will almost certainly be back in Richmond next year - even though only half the money it needs to run is on the table.

Missing woman last seen in Richmond

A 29-year-old woman has gone missing and was last seen at Kwantlen Community College in Richmond in 2010. Mijia Du is described as an Asian female, five feet six inches tall, 140 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Richmond musician inspired by the legends

Roland Nipp describes himself as a sponge for the great melting pot of all the famous players before [him]. Pretty lyrical for a guy whos music is strictly instrumental.

One-stop shopping for mental health

It's the first point of contact for clients to find solutions

ICBC asks what a high-risk driver looks like

ICBC was in Richmond last night asking motorists to paint a picture of what a high-risk driver might look like.
Summer Night Market holds official opening ceremonies

Summer Night Market holds official opening ceremonies

This weekend, more than 15,000 people are expected to converge on the Summer Night Market. Saturday marks the official opening of the night market and according to founder Paul Cheung there is much more to see, eat and do this year.