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Road rage incident leads to shots fired near City Centre area

A road rage incident in Richmond Monday evening resulted in shots being fired in broad daylight near the corner of Westminster Highway and Garden City Road.
Sunny skies for Raptor Festival on Sunday

Sunny skies for Raptor Festival on Sunday

Richmond’s annual Raptor Festival takes place Sunday at Terra Nova Park. People of all ages can see birds of prey, such as owls and hawks, in action as their handlers from the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (O.W.L.
Firefighters get youth rolling after bikes stolen

Firefighters get youth rolling after bikes stolen

A little help was enough to put smiles on the faces of young people involved with Richmond Society for Community Living (RSCL) Youth Connection program.
Residents target changes to breed specific bylaw with petition

Residents target changes to breed specific bylaw with petition

Stroll the streets of Steveston for a while and you might just come across Peanut, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross. It’s more than likely the three-year-old has drawn a small crowd wanting to pet her or just say hello.
#GoatGate: Freddie and George update

#GoatGate: Freddie and George update

Pygmy goats soon to be removed by City of Richmond
Peschisolido says he still has a chance amidst Liberal infighting

Peschisolido says he still has a chance amidst Liberal infighting

On Tuesday evening, as Steveston-Richmond East Conservative candidate Kenny Chiu sat behind Stephen Harper during a local rally and NDP candidate Scott Stewart worked the phone lines with constituents, newly acclaimed Liberal candidate Joe Peschisoli
Conservatives start on a high note in Richmond

Conservatives start on a high note in Richmond

Prime Minister Stephen Harper first party leader to visit Richmond during campaign
Immigration draws international media’s attention

Immigration draws international media’s attention

Media outlets from at least six countries have documented Richmond's growth and demographics shift over the past two years
Dog fight may lead to court

Dog fight may lead to court

Wee Oscar, the Yorkie-poo who was attacked and badly wounded by a German Shepherd July 26 while splashing around in the off-leash area along the shoreline at McDonald Beach Park, is making a good recovery.
Steveston Liberals resign over nomination process

Steveston Liberals resign over nomination process

Former MP Raymond Chan at the centre of internal Liberal Party of Canada squabbling in Richmond