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Award-winning Cree author publishes first adult fiction novel

Award-winning Cree author publishes first adult fiction novel

David A. Robertson recently spoke to Richmondites about his writing process at Richmond Public Library.
Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Beginning Oct. 14, pharmacists will be allowed to administer and renew up to two years a wider range of prescriptions for people without a family doctor
No Every Child Matters flag this year at Richmond city hall

No Every Child Matters flag this year at Richmond city hall

Coun. Michael Wolfe asked to expedite a policy change to allow an orange flag to be flown this Friday, but he was told procedure didn't allow the change.
Non-profit seeks Indigenous caregivers from Richmond, Greater Vancouver for youths

Non-profit seeks Indigenous caregivers from Richmond, Greater Vancouver for youths

Respite care provided by Indigenous community members for Indigenous children and youth can help with sense of identity and belonging, said non-profit.
Richmond elementary school replaces orange ribbons, pulled down in the night

Richmond elementary school replaces orange ribbons, pulled down in the night

School district staff sent orange hearts with messages of support to Spul'u'kwuks elementary after they found all their symbols of Truth and Reconciliation had been pulled down, thrown in the garbage.
Woman in Richmond armed kidnapping gets almost 6 years in jail

Woman in Richmond armed kidnapping gets almost 6 years in jail

“I will be using the remorse and regret I feel every day as motivation to change for the better,” said Ashley Smith.
Man pleads guilty to slew of Metro Vancouver retail store thefts

Man pleads guilty to slew of Metro Vancouver retail store thefts

Michael Leonard Nelson pleaded guilty to offences in Vancouver, Richmond, Coquitlam, North Vancouver and Delta.
B.C. COVID-19 deaths fall

B.C. COVID-19 deaths fall

Province recorded 16 COVID-19 deaths in the week ended Sept. 24
Richmond golfer bags two aces - in the same round

Richmond golfer bags two aces - in the same round

Janet Gaspar achieved the incredible 67 million-to-one feat on Monday at Country Meadows
B.C.'s urban forests are failing poor and racialized communities, says study

B.C.'s urban forests are failing poor and racialized communities, says study

A report looking at 12 Canadian cities, including Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, Abbotsford and Vancouver, found urban trees and their cooling effects are largely concentrated in rich, white neighbourhoods.