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Candidates questioned on business issues

Local candidates in the May 14 provincial election were asked to show their business smarts Wednesday afternoon as they took part in an all candidates meeting hosted by the Asia Pacific Business Association.

Walking in someone else's shoes

Elementary school collected 200 pairs, needs 350 by next week

Cream of tourism crop lauded

It is that time of year when Richmond's hardworking businesses and individuals are lauded for superior customer service.
Asian influence doesn't sway Aberdeen anchor

Asian influence doesn't sway Aberdeen anchor

Shopping centre sticks firm to its English policy

Counting cost of being bilingual

When it comes to promoting your business in both Chinese and English, it's a simple case of numbers.

Building bridges

- Back in March, the City of Richmond sidestepped the issue of language used on business signs and literature after being presented with a 1,000-strong signature from concerned residents.

Locked out golf course workers target tournament with action

Expect some ramped up action by locked out grounds crew members at Quilchena Golf and Country Club. That's the message from their union representative who is pledging action to coincide with the club's annual men's tournament on May 11.

Gateway Theatre launches auction fundraiser

Right out of the gate, there are already bidding wars amongst competitive art lovers for Gateway Theatre's silent auction fundraiser, For the Love of Art.
Language lure makes perfect business sense

Language lure makes perfect business sense

Asian owners make case for and against having more English on their shop signs

Editor has finger on pulse

FRANK HUANG BC NDP Frank Huang, the BC NDP's candidate for Richmond-Centre, said that as a newspaper editor he is used to having his finger on the pulse of the community.
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