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Richmond's Pathways member shares his story at fundraiser dinner

When the world's economy entered a state of global crisis in 2008, so did David Hanes' own world. As an investment sales representative at BMO in Vancouver, he felt the pressure from frustrated clients looking to point fingers.

Hundreds of Richmondites run for Terry Fox

About 850 people put on their running clothes and laced up their running shoes for the annual Terry Fox Run at Garry Point Park Sunday afternoon. It went really well, said organizer John Young. The weather was incredible, it couldnt have been better.

Richmond's new OCP promises to be a plan for the people

Its been almost three years in the making and is the most important document to drop onto Richmonds table in more than a decade.
Cleaning the Great Canadian Shorelines in Richmond

Cleaning the Great Canadian Shorelines in Richmond

More than 250 people volunteered for the big Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup national launch at Iona Beach on Saturday.

Richmond celebrates Culture Days

The third annual cross-Canadian cultural celebration returns to Richmond next weekend. With more than 60 free activities planned throughout the city, it has become a national leader in embracing Culture Days from Sept. 28 to 30.

Richmond caregivers learn to build support networks

It goes without saying that family caregivers in Richmond are almost always on the lookout for help. And the non-profit Alzheimer Society of B.C. is showing them where to find it.

Richmond urged to ban chaining of dogs

The City of Richmond is being urged to ban the unattended tethering of dogs. Animal rights campaigners lobbied city councils community safety committee this week, showing councillors graphic videos of dogs being chained up for hours on end every day.

Chinese airline bans shark fin products

Cathay Pacific take on board scientist advice

Concealing birth nets conditional sentence

A woman accused of improperly concealing a birth and obstructing police following the surprise delivery a year ago of a stillborn baby was sentenced Friday in Richmond to a sixmonth conditional sentence. The B.C.

Richmond Nature Park trails closed following weekend fire.

Richmond Nature Park has been forced to close its trails due to the increased risk of fire.
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