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Letters: Do we really care about the elderly?

Letters: Do we really care about the elderly?

Richmond News reader Mary Phillips questions where our priorities lie when it comes to caring for the elderly
Column: Two lively wines to add brightness to a dark January

Column: Two lively wines to add brightness to a dark January

Pinot Noir and Verdejo are two wines to help brighten the gloomy new year.
Letters: B.C. faith leaders send support to Bonnie Henry and Adrian Dix

Letters: B.C. faith leaders send support to Bonnie Henry and Adrian Dix

Richmond pastor Christoph Reiners is one of many faith leaders in the region fed up with churches in the Fraser Valley flouting the public health orders
Biden victory restores some Canadian affection for U.S., poll finds

Biden victory restores some Canadian affection for U.S., poll finds

Positive views of our neighbours to the south dipped to a staggering low this summer. With Trump headed out this month, are we liking the U.S. more?
Column: Why financial planning needs to change in 2021

Column: Why financial planning needs to change in 2021

Three types of technology that will change financial planning in the new year.
More B.C. residents blaming drugs, mental-health issues for crime

More B.C. residents blaming drugs, mental-health issues for crime

Survey finds change in public perception of causes of criminal activity
Column: That comforting smell of old books

Column: That comforting smell of old books

The smell of a used bookstore can bring forth memories and associations a bit more than the internet can.
Column: Time to switch to wine with sushi in 2021

Column: Time to switch to wine with sushi in 2021

Wine pairing recommendations for different types of sushi.
Editor's column: 2020 brought hardship, compassion

Editor's column: 2020 brought hardship, compassion

Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds searches for the good in 2020 and hopes for lessons to be learned in 2021
Similar numbers of Canadians and Americans say they approve of ‘political correctness’

Similar numbers of Canadians and Americans say they approve of ‘political correctness’

Canadians and Americans establish a clear difference on who should be “politically correct” depending on their role in society