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Catching more than just fish

Richmond author publishes book on commercial fishing

Steveston' sign language hard to read

From one Steveston street to the next, NDP candidate Scott Stewart can`t work out which party is carrying the most support across the riding.

'Outspoken' Day ready to stir things up

"I was born to do this." BC Conservative hopeful Carol Day is positively revelling in the role as one of the main challengers to John Yap's position at the head of Richmond-Steveston's provincial table.

Planting the seed of power

He harbours no illusions of being elected around 8:15 p.m. next Tuesday night. If he manages to pull in a modest three-figure haul of votes in Richmond-Steveston, he'll be quietly contented.

Richmond moves for Health Day

Richmonds Move for Health Festival kicks off on Friday, May 10, giving residents a chance to try dozens of different sports, dance styles and wellness activities for free at Minoru Park.

Woman conned out of $4,000

Richmond Mounties are looking for help in identifying a female believed to be responsible for defrauding an elderly woman of $4,000. On Nov.
Building bridges across two worlds; News reporter, Chinese councillor pound Golden Triangle

Building bridges across two worlds; News reporter, Chinese councillor pound Golden Triangle

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.

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.
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