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Letters: Better transit connections needed to fight emissions

Letters: Better transit connections needed to fight emissions

A Richmond News says more transit connections are needed if Richmond wants to reduce vehicle emissions
Column: To make do

Column: To make do

By opting to make do, you can help save the environment
Metro Vancouver expected to be battered by 70-80 km/h winds this weekend

Metro Vancouver expected to be battered by 70-80 km/h winds this weekend

Very windy conditions are forecast to begin Sunday for Vancouver Island and neighbouring regions along the Strait of Georgia
Fishing rods and tackle on loan at Richmond Public Library

Fishing rods and tackle on loan at Richmond Public Library

New kits can help people explore Richmond’s natural spaces
Letters: Snow geese losing out to urban development

Letters: Snow geese losing out to urban development

A Richmond News reader says lack of green space due to development means snow geese are flocking to school fields
LifeLabs centres to remain open during BCGEU negotiations

LifeLabs centres to remain open during BCGEU negotiations

Unionized members have been working without a contract since April 1.
Most of Richmond city council plans to run in next year's municipal election

Most of Richmond city council plans to run in next year's municipal election

The next municipal election will take place on Oct. 15, 2022 when Richmondites will elect a mayor, eight councillors and seven school trustees.
Column: Whistler’s celebration of food and drink is just around the corner!

Column: Whistler’s celebration of food and drink is just around the corner!

Cornucopia celebration returns to B.C. in November
Metro Vancouver utility fees could spike to almost $1,000 by 2026

Metro Vancouver utility fees could spike to almost $1,000 by 2026

Metro Vancouver recommends raising fees by 65% by 2026 to pay for big upgrades to the region's water and sewer infrastructure.
COVID-19 takes 13 more B.C. lives; death toll up to 2,109

COVID-19 takes 13 more B.C. lives; death toll up to 2,109

There has not been a higher daily COVID-19 death count in B.C. since February.