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29 line up for 2011 Richmond civic election race

Richmond electors can choose between two mayoral candidates and 17 councillor hopefuls in the 2011 Richmond civic election on Nov. 19.

29 line up for civic race

Richmond electors can choose between two mayoral candidates and 17 councillor hopefuls in the Richmond civic election on Nov. 19. Another 10 candidates are vying for school trustee positions after the nomination period closed last Friday at 4 p.m.

Coffee company employees learns to deal with culture shock after moving its operations to Richmond

Mickey McLeod's little coffee-roasting café was named for its location, the artisan community of Saltspring Island.

Cash in your ticket

Did you buy a lottery ticket recently and haven't checked the numbers? If so, you could be sitting on a $100,000 for life prize. The winning ticket, part of the Oct. 12 Lotto 6/49 draw, was sold in Richmond and the winner has yet to come forward.

Report: Suburban Vancouver office market driven by rapid transit: Richmond vacancy rate high near Canada Line

Proximity to rapid transit is increasingly a key factor in where new offices locate in the suburbs and Vancouver's outlying areas, according to a report by commercial real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle.

Richmond gets set to Drop and Cover

Drop, cover and hold on - these three simple actions will help protect you if a large earthquake occurred in British Columbia.

$100,000 for life lottery prize unclaimed in Richmond

Did you buy a lottery ticket recently and haven't checked the numbers? If so, you could be sitting on a $100,000 for life prize. The winning ticket, part of the Oct. 12 Lotto 6/49 draw, was sold in Richmond and the winner has yet to come forward.
Stranded Rosario Gardens residents thank law firm, four years after tragedy struck in Richmond

Stranded Rosario Gardens residents thank law firm, four years after tragedy struck in Richmond

Four years ago today was a quiet Friday afternoon, much like any other for the 200 or so residents at Rosario Gardens, an ordinary-looking 15-storey apartment building in Richmond city centre. At around 4:10 p.m.

Richmond man could face animal cruelty charges for stabbing pets

A man is suspected of stabbing and inflicting other fatal injuries on a 70-pound boxer dog and two cats, all of which he co-owned with his ex-wife. He then allegedly placed them in a freezer in the family home. When the B.C.

Racers' licences suspended

A group of street racers who whipped along Highway 99 last August at speeds up to 200 kilometres an hour have had their licences suspended for up to 20 months.