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Evolving nature of our neighbourhoods

Affordable housing, densification to be hot election topic

Smart meter roll outs continue

Vote against Hydro devices won't slow setups

School board trustee enters city council race

Richmond school board trustee Chak Au announced Tuesday morning that he's running for a seat on city council at next month's election.

'Mr. Richmond' not ready to hang his hat

Coun. Harold Steves only hints at retirement after being recognized for 41 years of service to the city

Richmond mayor stands his ground over vote to hike property taxes to pay for TransLink

Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie won't back property tax hikes to help fund TransLink's $1.4-billion "Moving Forward" plan.

Child 'brainiac' picks out national anthems by ear

When Raphael Cardenas was four years old, he drew a map of the United States - with all 50 states and capitals - geographically correct. His mother Rachel Cardenas showed off the map with great pride. She insisted her son did it on his own.

Support for agriculture lacking: NDP MLA

Richmond's metal recyclers poised to take advantage of province's 'gateway' initiatives: Reid

Missing boy found safe

A 10-year-old boy who sparked an overnight search after he went missing has been found safe and well. Connor McDermitt ran away from his stepfather Monday night in the vicinity of Williams and Gilbert roads near Steveston-London secondary at 8: 30 p.

Battling a blaze and saving a 'body'

Councillors' eyes opened after crawling through burning building

Richmond's metal recyclers poised to take advantage of province's 'gateway' initiatives: Reid

A day off in February and televising the trials of those involved with the Stanley Cup riot garnered the most water cooler chatter after yesterdays throne speech.