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New city council committees

Mayor Brodie also announced Monday night city council's new standing committees for the coming year. However, it's pretty much as it were, with incumbents filling the same roles they did before last month's civic election.

Steveston's first annual charity herring sale a success

B.C.'s commercial fishing community launched the first annual charity herring sale last weekend in Steveston. The sale raised $35,000 that will all go to the BC Childrens Hospital Foundation to support children with cancer.

Vancouver Airport Authority donates food hampers to Quest Food Exchange

Vancouver Airport Authoritys (VAA) vice president of community and environmental affairs Anne Murray presented Quest Food Exchange with the first of 500 food hampers.

Night Market war could kick off again in Richmond

Two night markets could go head-to-head in Richmond next spring.

Operation Red Nose drives 96 Richmond-Delta passengers home

So far this holiday season, hundreds of Delta/Richmond area party-goers made the right choice and called on Operation Red Nose (ORN) for a safe ride home. Starting on Nov. 25 until Jan.

'Exciting, busy time' ahead for Richmond: Mayor Brodie

Richmond has experienced "great triumphs" tempered by "difficult challenges" over the last decade, according to Mayor Malcolm Brodie.

Prolific offender's attempt to flee falls flat in Richmond

Another prolific offender is behind bars after allegedly stealing a car in Richmond and trying to flee with flat tires. On Monday morning, at around 4:20 a.m.

Richmond RCMP arrest suspected prolific property crime offender

Richmond RCMP and the Vancouver Police Department teamed up to arrest a 24-year-old man suspected of being behind a crime spree. Xiao 'Sean' Zhang is facing eight counts of theft under $5,000 after being arrested by police on Nov. 18.

Man charged after stabbing dog, 2 cats

BC SPCA officials call it one of the most disturbing cases they have encountered in recent memory.

Richmond man charged with 'disturbing' animal cruelty

BC SPCA officials call it one of the most disturbing cases they have encountered in recent memory.