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Abreast from West heads east

The team will sail in Queen's pageant, as only Canadians
Mother's Day photo contest nominees

Mother's Day photo contest nominees

Patients contacted following hospital glitch

Vancouver Coastal Health is contacting about 1,000 patients in connection with diagnostic imaging glitches from March 18 to 21 at Richmond, Vancouver General and the University of B.C. hospitals.

Tourism Richmond announces top three bloggers

Tourism Richmond has now narrowed down a 1,500-applicant search for a food blogger to an elite three - a Vancouverite, a Torontonian and an Ottawan.

Striking balance between life and learning

Busy mom enjoys summer break to connect with son

School's v not out for summer?

A seismic shift in the foundation of many people's daily lives could be about to shake down after the B.C. government decided last week to allow school districts to switch to a balanced calendar.

Workplaces more attuned to mental health issues: Fee

Next week, Pathways Clubhouse helps celebrate the Canadian Mental Health Association's (CMHA) mental health awareness week through the free screening of This Dust of Words, an information display and a thrift store sale for the public.

Climbing centre opens at oval

The Richmond Olympic Oval will launch its $550,000 climbing centre next week. The 6,400 sq ft. wall will feature 31 routes for all skills levels and a wheelchair accessible rappel deck. It will be the highest of its kind in B.C.

De Jong talks health in Richmond

Questions about the need for a seniors advocate, negotiations with B.C.

Richmond man facing Stanley Cup charges for beating up Good Samaritan

A 20-year-old Richmond man is among the latest to be facing charges for his part in the notorious Stanley Cup riot last year.
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