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Linda McPhail stunned to finish second in race for Richmond City Council

Linda McPhail stunned to finish second in race for Richmond City Council

Former school board chair and former trustee Chak Au are new faces at city hall

Polls closed, new Richmond council, school board about to be elected

The polls in Richmond have now closed and by 9 p.m. the city will have elected a new council and school board, with at two and three slots open respectively at either office. Check back here nearer to 9 p.m.

School board election dominated by Richmond First

Like its city council cousin, Richmond First still has the upper hand on the school board, after the slates three incumbents filled the top three slots and were then joined in fourth by newcomer Eric Yung.

Linda McPhail, Chak Au new faces of Richmond City Council

The City of Richmond has a new council and school board. At 8:44 p.m.

Kids can learn top safety tips

Operation Kidsafe is coming to Richmond for a weekend of free child safety events. The event runs in conjunction with the Vancouver Police Department and provides top tips for both children and parents.
'Heartbreak' over co-pilot's death after Richmond crash

'Heartbreak' over co-pilot's death after Richmond crash

Hotels, office tower proposed

The City of Richmond is considering a plan to construct two hotels and a 12-storey office block in north Richmond.
Dreaming the poverty-free dream

Dreaming the poverty-free dream

Ten years ago, Richmonds Sally Houston had a dream that no local child would have to live in poverty. Houston is still working on that wish through her annual fundraiser, the Richmond Dream Auction.

Nowhere for voters to hide

Whatever your plans, wherever you plan to be on Saturday, there's a very good chance you'll run into a civic election polling station in Richmond.

Healer's patients get payout

The victims of a "holistic healer" who nearly killed a woman with arsenic poisoning will get some financial relief, thanks to the B.C. government.