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A Little Night Music a big hit In A Little Night Music, Warren Kimmel as Fredrik offers a stellar performance in a strong cast at Richmond’s Gateway Theatre. Oct-14-2017
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Young workers need to return home safe and uninjured Today, Jack Thomas studies at the Nimbus School of Recording Arts, but life was forever altered by an injury at his summer job in high school. Oct-12-2017
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Newly transformed Lang Park officially opens Families and participants from Lang Centre’s drop-in program joined Mayor Malcolm Brodie and city council July 20 for an official ribbon cutting, speeches and free family friendly activities in Lang Park. Jul-25-2017
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Community In Motion generates $30,000 Eleven Richmond non-profit organizations co-hosted the first Community In Motion fundraiser, organized by Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives, July 8 at Garry Point Park. Jul-19-2017
South Korean rapper to headline Richmond World Festival Korean hip hop rap star, Verbal Jint will perform at the Richmond World Festival. Jul-18-2017
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Richmond honours pioneers at Canada 150 event Mayor Malcolm Brodie addressed a crowd of more than 700 at the city of Richmond’s Pioneer Luncheon Saturday as part of year-long Canada 150 celebrations. May-30-2017
Strikers mine silver on BC rugby pitch Hugh McRoberts Strikers May-30-2017
Richmond City Hall adds to our art collection Artist, John Horton presents painting Arrival of the S.V. Titania to the City of Richmond May-29-2017
Sea lion snatches girl from Steveston dock A young girl was grabbed by a sea lion and pulled into the water in Steveston on Saturday. May-23-2017
Mounties nab suspect after cop's bike dragged for a block The 7000 block of Saba Road where a suspect allegedly drove a stolen vehicle over the bicycle of an RCMP bike patrol member. May-19-2017
Lansdowne Road extension opened New Lansdowne Road extension opened early Friday afternoon. May-19-2017
Time to grab a free ticket for Seniors Week at Gateway Theatre Rick Scott will be performing during Seniors Week. May-19-2017
Kajaks hosting B.C. elementary track and field championships Richmond’s Lawrence Man, 9, has discovered a penchant for the shot put. He entered his first B.C. Elementary Track and Field Championships, hosted by the Kajaks, last year. This year's event is May 26 to 28 at Minoru Park May-17-2017
Not your grannie’s rheumatism Patient Julia Chayko and Arthritis Research Canada’s Dr. John Esdaile. May-09-2017
Hospital tower gets unanimous support from riding candidates A close-up model of the proposed acute care tower (at top right). The existing north tower is shown as demolished in this rendering. May-04-2017
Taking a RISK to kill cancer Dr. Sandra Dunn, founder and CEO of Richmond biotech firm, Phoenix Molecular Design. May-03-2017

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