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UBC student from Richmond admits taking part in Stanley Cup riot

A 21-year-old University of B.C. student from Richmond has pleaded guilty to taking part in last years notorious Stanley Cup riot.

City set to ban GM trees, plants, crops

Local food groups aim to get federal attention

Poverty group seeks landlords help

A task force with a passion for ridding Richmond of poverty is turning to landlords and homeowners for help.

New Canada Post centre will service Far East markets

Canada Posts new $200-million processing plant on Sea Island looks set to play an integral role in the countrys e-commerce drive.

Richmond firm's green fever spreads to food bank

Theres bitten by the bug and then theres your garden variety full-on fever. The latter diagnosis applies to Richmonds Auto West BMW, which is being swept up in all things green these days.

You might be a true Canucks fan, but is your jersey the real thing?

Forget the fake Chanel handbags and the knock-off Gucci sunglasses, the hottest counterfeit items around Vancouver this spring could be Canucks jerseys.

Man who assaulted ex loses appeal

A man who terrorized and assaulted his wife over her infidelity, including an attack with a baseball bat while she and her new partner were sleeping, has lost his sentence appeal.

Triple AAA encourages Richmond tourism

Calling all travelers: Richmond is home to an exciting Asian scene, is affordable and has easy access to the rest of Metro Vancouver.

Richmond schools claim prizes at Green Games

Contest recognizes acheivements in reducing ecological footprint

Grease dumping clogs coffers

Metro Vancouver may consider charging restaurants a flat fee or user-polluter charges to deal with the problem of grease being dumped down drains - a practice that costs the regional district $2 million a year in clogged pipes.