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Richmond boy crowned Little Sunshine

Richmond boy crowned Little Sunshine

When Jayden Woo said he wanted to be a model when he grows up, he wasnt joking. After striking a few poses on stage, four-year-old Jayden sparked rapturous applause.

Get set for more rascally adventures with Minoru

Since he first appeared on the colouring contest page of the Richmond News several months ago, a certain rascally raccoon has taken on a life of his own.

Onni hosts more open houses ahead of Steveston rezoning

A developer is this week hosting two open houses as it prepares to once again convince the city to rezone an area of Steveston. The Onni Group has applied to the city to rezone its waterfront Imperial Landing properties, which are almost complete.

More than a service

Churches provide sense of belonging for immigrant population

Soaring taxes blamed on land assessment, rezoning

Sheila Roote is used to working with numbers as a commercial property owner with holdings across the Lower Mainland. But when the director of North Vancouver-based Westgulf Enterprises Ltd.

Temple expansion: A tale of two sides

Congregation has dropped its desired height to 98 feet, but setbacks still a worry

Richmond fourth in commuting by bike

The City of Richmond was smack in the middle in the percentage of bike commuters in the Lower Mainland, according to 2011 census data released last Wednesday by Statistics Canada.

Huge crowds beat the heat at Salmon Fest

Canada Day photo gallery As the temperature soared in Steveston, so did the crowds who poured into the village for the 68th annual Steveston Salmon Festival.

Growing roots, cultivating a sense of belonging

Finding a sense of belonging in a bustling, burgeoning city can be an overwhelming task.

Speed-talking Reid lands speaker role

Veteran MLA elected Speaker of the Legislature, commands cross-party respect