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Metro Vancouver testing artificial reefs to protect shorelines from climate change

Metro Vancouver testing artificial reefs to protect shorelines from climate change

Only ever used on a piece of public art in B.C., Metro Vancouver will trial biorock technology as a way to create new habitat for sea creatures, regrow coastal infrastructure and protect shorelines threatened by climate change.
The Amazing Race Canada zips through Richmond Night Market

The Amazing Race Canada zips through Richmond Night Market

Season 8 of the reality show is expected to come out this year.
Recall issued Canada-wide for peanut butter due to salmonella concern

Recall issued Canada-wide for peanut butter due to salmonella concern

Smucker Foods has issued a press release apologizing.
Second temporary modular housing building in Richmond set to open in July

Second temporary modular housing building in Richmond set to open in July

Residents expected to move in this summer.
B.C. seniors are falling victim to these four scams

B.C. seniors are falling victim to these four scams

A 'grandparent scam' aims to scare a grandparent into thinking their grandchild is in trouble.
Letters: E-scooters a ‘menace’ on Richmond's streets

Letters: E-scooters a ‘menace’ on Richmond's streets

A Richmond News reader is predicting major problems after the e-scooter rental launch in the city
Richmond detached home prices starting to lower but unlikely to tumble, say realtors

Richmond detached home prices starting to lower but unlikely to tumble, say realtors

Rising interest rates and buyer fatigue are some of the reasons.
Former Richmond MP said Canada’s recent ban on Huawei's 5G network is 'too late'

Former Richmond MP said Canada’s recent ban on Huawei's 5G network is 'too late'

Canada missed an opportunity to show leadership on the international stage: Chiu
B.C. honouring Japanese Canadian legacies with new fund

B.C. honouring Japanese Canadian legacies with new fund

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the internment of Japanese Canadians across the province.
Richmond ALR property advertises potential for tennis, basketball court

Richmond ALR property advertises potential for tennis, basketball court

Land commission staff pointed out any residential auxiliary uses in the ALR have to be approved by his office.