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City of Richmond forecasts surplus of more than $3 million

Higher-than-expected building permit revenues have helped boost this year's expected surplus at the City of Richmond to more than $3 million.

Public backs crime bill: Findlay

Tories aim to build prisons but cut victim services, legal aid: Opposition

Richmond residents urged to watch out for door-to-door conman

The public is being warned to be wary of a well-dressed door-to-door salesman, purporting to be raising money for the Scouts.

Premier chooses Yap to lead B.C.'s immigration task force

Who better to head an immigration task force than the MLA for a city steeped in a tradition of welcoming new Canadians.

Volunteer finds help in food bank

Dreigh overcame past hurdles and volunteers to give back

It's a boy for Richmond Olympian Alexa Loo

Its a bouncing baby boy for Richmond Olympian Alexa Loo and her husband Ari Goosen. Louie Sander Goosen made his appearance at 2:07 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29 at Richmond Hospital, weighing in at a healthy nine pounds and eight ounces.

Richmond's Yap to lead B.C.'s immigration task force

Who better to head an immigration task force than the MLA for a city steeped in a tradition of welcoming new Canadians.

Face-to-face meetings still number one for Richmond parents

Parents should still use face-to-face meetings with teachers as the primary tool in tracking their childs progress.

Remember a loved one through Richmond Hospice Association

The Richmond Hospice Association invites you to Celebrate the Life of a Loved One by placing a card on our tree of remembrance. The tree is located in the lobby of the Richmond Funeral Home, 8420 Cambie Rd. until Saturday, Dec. 24 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.

Slight voter turnout increase was 'important first step': City clerk

The precious little increase in voter turnout at last month's civic election was an "important first step toward reversing the downward trend.