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Kirsten Clarke

Kirsten Clarke

Kirsten Clarke is a digital reporter covering general news for the Richmond News.

Recent Work by Kirsten

Thursday morning traffic slow in Richmond

Thursday morning traffic slow in Richmond

Congestion on Highway 99 northbound
Tuesday morning traffic in Richmond

Tuesday morning traffic in Richmond

An earlier crash on the Alex Fraser Bridge is now clear
Richmond occupational therapist celebrates Diwali with free Bollywood dance classes

Richmond occupational therapist celebrates Diwali with free Bollywood dance classes

Classes a way to help introduce people to Indian culture and Diwali: Fernandez
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
4 people face charges for alleged armed kidnapping in Richmond

4 people face charges for alleged armed kidnapping in Richmond

A Vancouver police investigation into home invasions led to the four suspects who were charged for the alleged kidnapping
Richmond surgeon launches food truck as part of initiative to help people facing barriers to employment

Richmond surgeon launches food truck as part of initiative to help people facing barriers to employment

The Cultivate food truck is the first project launched by ElevATE Society, a non-profit co-founded by a Richmond surgeon that aims to give profits back to local charities and help train and hire people facing barriers to employment
Richmond to conduct test of emergency alert system as part of ShakeOutBC

Richmond to conduct test of emergency alert system as part of ShakeOutBC

ShakeOutBC is an annual province-wide “drop, cover and hold” earthquake drill that takes place at 10:21 a.m.
Expect delays on Highway 91 Thursday morning

Expect delays on Highway 91 Thursday morning

There is a crash on the East-West Connector before No. 7 Road
Sleeping Tesla driver illustrates need for distracted driving, pedestrian safety campaign

Sleeping Tesla driver illustrates need for distracted driving, pedestrian safety campaign

A month-long campaign by Richmond RCMP and ICBC will will focus on education on pedestrian safety and targeted enforcement around distracted driving.
Chamber, city host trade show to help businesses transition from single-use plastics

Chamber, city host trade show to help businesses transition from single-use plastics

The city recently passed a bylaw banning single-use plastic items as of March 2022