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Editor's column: Hospice lets us all rest in peace

Editor's column: Hospice lets us all rest in peace

Reflecting on the recent passing of her father, Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds experienced first-hand the glowing warmth of the hospice
Housing remains atop the priority list for B.C.’s young adults

Housing remains atop the priority list for B.C.’s young adults

Nearly half of British Columbians think the actions of the provincial government will be effective in making housing more affordable.
Column: Trying one of the most famous champagnes in the world

Column: Trying one of the most famous champagnes in the world

Dom Perignon champagne is named after a French Benedictine monk.
Jack Knox: Benedict Cumberbatch brings Empress apology letter to London stage

Jack Knox: Benedict Cumberbatch brings Empress apology letter to London stage

The actor read the letter recounting an infamous event involving pepperoni, seagulls and an Empress hotel room at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall as part of a charity event
B.C. nets ‘impressive’ population growth

B.C. nets ‘impressive’ population growth

After faltering early during the pandemic, population growth in Canada’s large urban markets regained their mojo as immigration returned with a vengeance. On a July-to-July basis, Canada’s population grew 1.
Rob Shaw: Pressure to address housing crisis mounts as affordability gets worse

Rob Shaw: Pressure to address housing crisis mounts as affordability gets worse

Despite all the announcements on housing affordability from the new David Eby government in Victoria, a recent report by one of Canada’s largest banks shows things on the ground have never been worse.
Rob Shaw: BC Greens’ continued COVID focus raises questions about party’s political well-being

Rob Shaw: BC Greens’ continued COVID focus raises questions about party’s political well-being

The BC Greens are moving to shore up their credentials on the health care file, by naming a high-profile surgeon to be deputy leader of the party.
Opinion: Mixed response to recycling, other environmental issues in B.C.

Opinion: Mixed response to recycling, other environmental issues in B.C.

Abandoning single-use plastics appears to be a worthy cause for most.
Opinion: Morneau’s political post-mortem prescribes. Will Trudeau listen?

Opinion: Morneau’s political post-mortem prescribes. Will Trudeau listen?

For British Columbians looking for clues on the current federal perspective on the province, there is fairly thin gruel to consume.
Letters: Paving just creates more speed in Richmond

Letters: Paving just creates more speed in Richmond

A Richmond News reader has some issues with the paving of Dyke Road in Steveston
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