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Anti-Smart Meter drive picks up pace

A movement to halt the installation of the controversial BC Hydro Smart Meters was set to gather pace Tuesday night at Richmond City Hall.
Dixon teacher bags national award

Dixon teacher bags national award

A Richmond teacher was one of 23 B.C. educators who chalked up a national Certificate of Teaching Excellence in Ottawa last week. Christine Marin, who teaches French immersion, math, science, technology and fine arts for Grades 4 and 5 at Alfred B.

Chip in on B.C. budget

Provincial committee lands in Richmond this week

New cranberry research centre will be Canadian first

Delta-Richmond East MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay announced over $200,000 in funding from the federal government for a new cranberry research centre Tuesday.

Mayors OK tax hikes

Richmond one of few cities to vote against proposal

Richmond friend aims to donate kidney

Its one thing to give a friend the shirt off your back, quite another to give them the kidney out of your abdomen but thats what Jenny Jarvenpaa aims to do.

Stop Smart Meter campaign picks up pace in Richmond

A movement to halt the installation of the controversial BC Hydro Smart Meters was set to gather pace Tuesday night at Richmond City Hall.

'Triple E' lawyer takes shot at Richmond mayor seat

City council needs more leadership, according to the only challenger thus far to Malcolm Brodies mayoral reign.

Minister pledges 'shovels into the ground' within months after mayors OK gas, property tax rises

For more than 20 years, residents of Metro Vancouver's northeast sector have watched as a long-promised rapid transit system for their area has been ignored in favour of extensions to SkyTrain and the construction of the Canada Line.

Richmond residents finally have a place to put out their smoke detectors

The AlarmRecycle program began this month to encourage British Columbians to recycle old smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and combination alarms at facilities across the province, free of charge.