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Letters: Use Richmond's old rail routes for LRT

Letters: Use Richmond's old rail routes for LRT

Richmond News reader has a solution to many of the region's public transit woes
Book Review: Pandemic makes for good reading

Book Review: Pandemic makes for good reading

Richmond Public Library staff reviews the book Songs for the End of the World by Saleema Nawaz.
Letters: Richmond city council needs to tackle gang violence

Letters: Richmond city council needs to tackle gang violence

Richmond News reader and city council candidate thinks the city needs to do more to tackle gang violence
Column: Kids need the right relationships to fend off social media dangers

Column: Kids need the right relationships to fend off social media dangers

Gang shootings, U.S. violence show power of online amplification.
Letters: Paper shacks show Richmond has a heart

Letters: Paper shacks show Richmond has a heart

Richmond News reader had vivid and fond memories of the old paper shacks while growing up in Richmond
Letters: Time to save lives in Richmond is now

Letters: Time to save lives in Richmond is now

Richmond News reader is willing to pay extra taxes so that firefighters can provide a wider range of services
South African wines and food pairings to enjoy this month

South African wines and food pairings to enjoy this month

South Africa has been making wine since 1659 when Cape Town’s founder Jan van Riebeeck produced its first bottle. Nowadays, South Africa is the eighth largest wine producer, slightly behind Chile but ahead of Germany.
British Columbians strongly support ban on in-person religious services: poll

British Columbians strongly support ban on in-person religious services: poll

Significant majorities of British Columbians across all five regions are in favour of the provincial government’s restriction
OPINION: We must stop racism against Indigenous peoples

OPINION: We must stop racism against Indigenous peoples

OPINION: Blue Monday might be bogus, but you can still tackle the blahs

OPINION: Blue Monday might be bogus, but you can still tackle the blahs