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Use discretion when choosing your PM

In the aftermath of 2008-09, many investors have opted for discretionary portfolio management services. According to the Investor Economics Spring 2011 report, advisor-managed programs experienced growth of 9.2 per cent for the quarter and 30.

Beat back-to-school cranks

Ah, the sun is a little lower in the sky and the crickets are chirping in the grass. It must be back to school time. In honour of the time of year, I have written this article in an easy Coles Notes study version.

Nowhere for Richmond voters to hide on Election Day

Richmond voters will have expanded voting opportunities and greater access to voter and candidate information in this Novembers general local and school election.

City finances look good

$1.7 million surplus forecasted despite global turmoil

Living a life on the run for Terry

Lynne Dueck, 54, hasn't missed charity event in more than 30 years

Richmond marks 10th anniversary of 9/11

Ten years after the tragedy of 9/11 one engineer is harnessing technology to make flying safer while a local rector is trying to peacefully unify practitioners of different faiths. Engineer Don Ehrenholz was at the airport at 6 a.m.

Richmond would ditch the RCMP, but only as last resort

The City of Richmond would abandon the RCMP in favour of a provincial or municipal police force but only as a last resort.

'Modular centres' not ready at 3 schools

Delay in portable classrooms will mean students being shuffled around

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.