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Reaching out to South Asian community

After a decade of teaching youth-at-risk in an alternative school in Coquitlam, Richmond's Rupi Gill decided to go back to school herself. "I taught at the Coquitlam Alternative Basic Education (C.A.B.E.

Sockeye spin cancelled

It's disappointing for cyclists and Steveston: director

Community rallies behind little plot of paradise

Two months ago a barren triangle of land lay behind some houses and across from an elementary school. Today, that land is better described as a little plot of paradise, abundant with assorted fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers.

Barren field blooms into little plot of paradise

Homma community garden shows local residents hungry to grow their own food

Richmond seafood exporter enthused about by new cargo-only flights to China

Claude Tchao believes the launch of Canadas first all-freight cargo flight service between Vancouver and mainland China will not only keep his existing Chinese customers happy but open up new markets for seafood exports.

Judd sentencing adjourned to November

A sentencing hearing for Debbie Judd, the former treasurer and chair of the Richmond Youth Soccer Association who pled guilty to fraud, was adjourned Wednesday until Nov. 8.

Richmond babes showing their boxers for Underwear Affair

This Saturday a few Richmond babes are getting ready to show their undies, all for a good cause.

Mayor favours taxing motorists to fund Evergreen Line

Richmond motorists will face higher gas prices next spring if the regions mayors secure a two-cents-a-litre hike in the gas tax to build the $1.4-billion Evergreen Line.

Sockeye spin cancelled

The 2011 Steveston Sockeye Spin was cancelled Thursday due to a lack of sponsorship, according to the Steveston Community Society, the organizer of the cycling race. The CyclingBC event was scheduled for July 31.

Brief history of everything Steveston

In the fishing village of Steveston, history lives just around each corner.