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Cyclist killed in Labour Day crash

A former Richmond man has died after he was struck by a van while he tried to fix the chain on his bike. Robert MacInnes, 35, now of Tofino, had been biking home from a party around 2: 45 a.m.

Another foot surfaces

A human leg bone sticking out of a running shoe was found Tuesday in False Creek, marking the eighth severed foot to be found in B.C. in four years.

School off B.C. funding list

Westwind elementary already has quality playpark
'It's a miracle of the human spirit'; Richmond manager helps break hockey world record

'It's a miracle of the human spirit'; Richmond manager helps break hockey world record

Forty female hockey players beat the Guinness World Record Monday for playing the longest hockey game in the world, but said the biggest reward was raising awareness and more than $125,000 for cystic fibrosis.

Heated debate keeps Richmond seniors young

David Lindquist, 86, felt youthful energy fire through him after attending the inaugural SeniorsKnow at Gilmore Gardens. Last May, the retired University of B.C.

Labour Day accident kills former Richmond man

A former Richmond man has died after he was struck by a van while he tried to fix the chain on his bike. Robert MacInnes, 35, now of Tofino, had been biking home from a party around 2: 45 a.m.

Caregiver Corner: Who really knows it all?

As a daughter of a doctor, I am fortunate to have observed him first-hand during his admirable 30 years plus of practice. Ever since I can remember, he would bring me along to visit residents while doing rounds at the care facility.

'Modular centres' not ready at three Richmond schools

At least five modular learning centres, popularly called portables, werent ready for students as doors opened for the first day of school yesterday.

City of Richmond's finances look good; $1.7 million surplus forecasted

The worlds economic woes continue to pile up, but the City of Richmonds finances looks positively favourable in comparison. The city published the results of its second quarter performance this week. And if all goes to plan between now and Dec.

Richmond's Lynne Dueck laces up for her 31st Terry Fox Run

Every September without fail, Richmonds Lynne Dueck laces up her runners and takes part in the Terry Fox Run. The 54-year-old avid runner even plans her life around the run its that important to her.