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Summer Night Market expects big crowds

A rainy weekend may have got the International Summer Night Market off to a soggy start, but a busy coming long weekend list of activities is expected to get things back on track.

Missing Richmond teenager found safe and well

A 17-year-old boy who was reported missing last month has been found safe and well. Richmond RCMP say Tristan Wight was found on Wednesday, May 8 and thanked those who helped with the investigation.

Godzilla stomps through Steveston

Film crews descend for silver screen reboot of sea monster

Sprott Shaw opens new campus

Sprott Shaw College opened the doors to its Richmond campus last Friday and set sights on doubling its student roll. A small, but well-equipped campus, Sprott Shaw has around 70 students enrolled with a goal to hit the 150mark by December.


We've got our finger on it

Pantry reopened after mouse droppings found

Sanitation problems have been fixed: management

Experience Steveston with a greener perspective

For the environmentally conscious, there's no shortage of gift ideas in Steveston. Start at Pieces Giftware and stroll down Moncton Street to find locally-made and re-usable products, or even just a greener way to get around at Village Bikes.

Unplug and get connected in Steveston Village

With so many ways to stay plugged into online communities, it's difficult to disconnect and build on the face-to-face ones.

Thinking inside the ballot box

By the time the polling stations closed at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, millions of British Columbians will have been involved directly or indirectly in the provincial election.

Godzilla prepares for night-time assault on Richmond

From a distance, it looked like War of the Worlds had come to Steveston Village. But the four giant portable floodlights that towered high above Fishermens Wharf Tuesday night were in place for the overnight filming of massive monster flick Godzilla.