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Former beauty queen's riot case adjourned

The former beauty queen contestant charged with taking part in the Stanley Cup riot has had her case adjourned.

Man, 45, charged in connection with teen deaths

Charges have been laid against a man in connection with the death of two young girls after a Richmond house party. Martin Tremblay, 45, is accused of criminal negligence and causing the death of Martha Jackson, 17, and her friend, Kayla Lalonde, 16.

Richmond school donates to Richmond Christmas Fund

Richmonds junior kindergarten school, Core Education & Fine Arts, have brought donations from home to create a food and gift hamper for the Richmond Christmas Fund. The fund has paired the school with a local family in need.


SATURDAY The Steveston Rotary invites all seniors to a Seniors Christmas Lunch on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 1 p.m. Seniors 65+ are invited to join Steveston Rotary for a traditional Christmas lunch of turkey and trimmings along with Christmas carols.

Former Olympian, council candidate embraces new role

It's 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.

Bank gave new immigrant hope

Carla once used the food bank and now owns a salon with 10 employees

Float down the Nile, discover diverse culture

Stumble across a variety of scenes from eager vendors to baby crocs in a tub

Parade of Lights sails down the Fraser

The Richmond Yacht Club presents their annual Parade of Lights. Brightly decorated vessels will be on parade on the Fraser River between the Dinsmore Bridge and Cambie Road from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on the evenings of Saturday, Dec. 17 and Sunday, Dec.

Conman claims to raise cash for Scouts Canada

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

More utility rate spikes on way

Richmond residents will be digging deeper into their tax pockets next year, with rates for water, sewer, garbage and recycling set to rise.