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Is this a cycling city?

...It depends where you ride. Cruising along the dyke is lovely, but watch out for No. 3 Road. If cycling is to become a truly viable means of transportation in Richmond, a more comprehensive initiative is needed, according to many advocates.
Richmond community centre challenges creativity

Richmond community centre challenges creativity

The Thompson Community Centre Art Committee wants people to get creative as registration for its Second Annual Community Art Challenge opens next Monday, Sept. 16.

Artists gear up for Richmond art marathon

Stay in the moment, stay focused and bring earplugs, if necessary. Taking a page out of a younger artist’s book wouldn’t hurt.

Wrestling returns a winner

Richmond Olympian delighted his sport remains a part of the Games

Acupuncturist faces fines, dismissal

A Richmond acupuncturist who allegedly over-billed the provincial medical system for close to $2 million and was suspended by the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of B.C.

$70,000 paid out after travel firm collapse

A consumer watchdog has paid out almost $70,000 to customers after a travel firm went bust overnight.

School support staff, employer reach impasse

Unionized non-teaching staff and their employer, the BC Public School Employees' Association (BCPSEA), gear up to enter another round of negotiations early next week after parties reached an impasse Monday.

Wanna sheep with your Big Mac, fries, sir?

Landscaper's 'baaa-rmy' green idea cut down by city's animal bylaws

Disgusting driver abuse

Woman spat at for parking legally in disability spot

Harbour lands federal funding

Steveston Harbour is scheduled to get some upgrades and maintenance work worth several million dollars. Delta-Richmond East MP Kerry-Lynne Findlay made the announcement that the federal ministry of Fisheries and Oceans will provide a $7.