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Megahomes: Have your say on housing bylaw issues

Megahomes: Have your say on housing bylaw issues

A public hearing will be held April 20 at Richmond City Hall for a proposed bylaw amendment that aims to increase restrictions on three storey homes within city-zoned residential properties.
Oval ups marketing regime for new projects

Oval ups marketing regime for new projects

Over $3 million taxpayer subsidy continues to keep facility in the black
Minoru Park's combined artificial field opens

Minoru Park's combined artificial field opens

Field will host baseball and soccer fields
Richmond firefighters on the move

Richmond firefighters on the move

New fire hall will be LEED Gold standard
Pickpocket artists picked off in Richmond

Pickpocket artists picked off in Richmond

Two pickpocket artists have been nabbed by the Richmond RCMP’s quick response team (QRT) following a three-month investigation.
Richmond baby had ears glued by aunt because he was a boy

Richmond baby had ears glued by aunt because he was a boy

Woman convicted of aggravated assault
Richmond soccer coach suspended over assault charges

Richmond soccer coach suspended over assault charges

A Richmond youth soccer coach has been charged with two counts of assault following complaints about abusive and bullying behaviour. In a statement issued on Thursday, B.C.

Language builds bridges, French ambassador tells students

Becoming multilingual is key in breaking down barriers for young generations to become true citizens in the global village of today and the future.
Scott Stewart to run for NDP in Steveston

Scott Stewart to run for NDP in Steveston

Retired police officer says environment, housing affordability and veterans are his top priority
Richmond MLAs listening, but not hearing: School trustee

Richmond MLAs listening, but not hearing: School trustee

Donna Sargent not encouraged after meeting John Yap and Linda Reid to express fears over more education cuts