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Pipeline protest door to close

City of Richmond reaffirms its position

$75,000 grant goes to Richmond's Sharing Farm

The Sharing Farm received a $75,000 grant from VanCitys enviroFund to improve the farms infrastructure and capabilities.

Richmond fire sends residents fleeing from home

A fire on the eastern edge of Richmond's residential area sent residents fleeing from their home Thursday afternoon. The blaze started shortly before 3 p.m. at a two-storey house at 6971 No. 4 Road.

Steveston Channel needs $8 million dredging

MP trying to get federal, provincial funding

We Day Testimonies

We Day 2012 marked an unforgettable experience for many students of Richmond schools Westwind and Brighouse elementaries. Inspired by the event, they put their thoughts into words for the Richmond News.

Gala raised $350,000 for health care

The 14th Annual Richmond Hospital Foundation Starlight Gala raised more than $350,000 for health care programs and patient care at Richmond Hospital and other health care services in the community.

Richmond Auto Mall creates 'rabbitats'

The Richmond Auto Mall is moving to address its rabbit overpopulation issue by creating "rabbitats" to house the abandoned pets and their feral offspring, as well as identifying properties that could take the bountiful bunnies.

RBC chief economist gives Richmond economic update

Craig Wright, senior RBC vice president and chief economist, came to Richmond for his 7th Annual Economic Update. The event, sponsored by RBC and the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, was held on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel.

Ghosts lurk inside haunted Steveston cannery

Halloween tours tell bloody tales of the building's history

Former addict pushes cart for kids @risk

Roberts' Push for Change campaign comes to Richmond to talk homelessness