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Humanitarian trip inspires youth

Wannabe doctor helps weigh babies, lay brick in clinic

Creating cranes for cancer

There's an ancient Japanese legend that says if someone folds 1,000 origami cranes, they will be blessed with everlasting good luck, a long life or a full recovery from a devastating illness.

The spirit of Helen keeps running

There were two nonprofit organizations that were very dear to Helen Hopkins' heart the St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Victoria where she graduated from back in 1963 and the Terry Fox Foundation.

Richmond's Howard not running in next election; MLA cites 'personal reasons'

Rob Howard, MLA for Richmond Centre, has announced he wont run in the next provincial election.

Two cops embark on first Tour de Coast ride

Makenzie, 12, is a junior Cops member who suffers from optic nerve glioma

Balance of B.C.'s export market shifting to China

Jack Mar was born in China but moved to Vancouver as a boy. Now he's the CEO of Richmond-based Star Solutions International, which does a lot of work in China. There, Mar has the advantage of knowing the language.

Teachers hope for open dialogue

RTA president Al Klassen still doubts minister's sincerity

No turning back from all-day kindergarten in year two

Due to the overwhelming popularity of the all-day kindergarten pilot project in 2010, the Richmond School District expanded the program to include all elementary schools.

Arts Calendar

Until Sept. 16 Summer Night Market The Summer Night Market in Richmond is back for 2012 from now to Sept. 16.

Chef aims to stir up new attitude to food

Richmond chef Ian Lai has spent the last few years digging in the dirt with elementary age children. He couldn't be happier.