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  1. Richmond chamber supports bridge proposalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Richmond News

    While there may not be support at city hall for a new bridge to replace the Massey Tunnel, a majority of Richmond Chamber of Commerce members have given it their OK. The result comes from a recent survey that showed 87 per cent were in favour of the B.C. government's proposal to spend $3.5 billion on a 10-lane span.

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  2. Pastry chef's career follows series of adventuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Richmond News

    Jackie Kai Ellis will be one of four celebrity chefs gracing the stage at the River Rock in Richmond at the end of the month for a unique culinary event Beaucoup Bakery and Cafe owner Kai Ellis will be one of four featured chefs at the From the Kitchen to the Boardroom event Jan. 28 at the River Rock Casino Resort. Photograph By Vancouver Courier Beaucoup Bakery and Cafe owner Kai Ellis will be one of four featured chefs at the From the Kitchen to the Boardroom event Jan. 28 at the River Rock Casino Resort.

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  3. Richmond's Top 5 stories of 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2015 | Richmond News

    An unseasonably dry winter and summer provoked major water restrictions, the transit tax got turfed, Joe jumped for joy, Richmondites continued to struggle to talk to one another and mega bucks led to mega homes and one mega discussion. Lynda Terborg is joined by Joel Berman, Lee Bennett, Neil Cumming and Martin Woolford to form the city's first ratepayer association, which aims to lobby the city regarding regulations on home size and character.

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  4. Justin TrudeauRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2015 | Richmond News

    After nine years at the helm, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce's former executive director Craig Jones stepped down. During the transition period, 24-year chamber veteran Carol Young took on the role of acting executive director, and began the process of charting a new direction.

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  5. Letter: Speak up on LNGRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2015 | Richmond News

    I'm writing to ask fellow Richmondites to please speak up on LNG by Dec. 21. Thanks to an extremely informative presentation by "Voters Taking Action on Climate Change," I'm all fired up about LNG and the proposed terminal on Tilbury Island. I got so enraged to learn the details of the project that I spun all the way to optimism that we can defeat it.

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  6. Windows paint a pretty pictureRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2015 | Richmond News

    Wayne Duzita , Gail Terry , Pierre Pelletier with the donation to the Richmond Christmas Fund from the Windows of Hope fundraiser. Photo submitted Wayne Duzita , Gail Terry , Pierre Pelletier with the donation to the Richmond Christmas Fund from the Windows of Hope fundraiser.

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  7. Windows paint a pretty pictureRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2015 | Richmond News

    Wayne Duzita , Gail Terry , Pierre Pelletier with the donation to the Richmond Christmas Fund from the Windows of Hope fundraiser. Photo submitted Wayne Duzita , Gail Terry , Pierre Pelletier with the donation to the Richmond Christmas Fund from the Windows of Hope fundraiser.

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  8. Celebrity chef preparing for unique Richmond eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2015 | Richmond News

    Celebrity chef Vikram Vij will be one of four high profile chefs taking part in the From the Kitchen to the Boardroom event Jan. 28 at the River Rock Casino Resort. Photo submitted Celebrity chef Vikram Vij will be one of four high profile chefs taking part in the From the Kitchen to the Boardroom event Jan. 28 at the River Rock Casino Resort.

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  9. Tough decisions made at 38th BEARead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2015 | Richmond News

    Richmond's top business performers were recognized last week at the 38th Annual Business Excellence Awards *For full coverage, click on the Business tab above and see photo album below Richmond's top business performers were recognized last week at the 38th Annual Business Excellence Awards hosted by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce in partnership with title sponsor TD. "Richmond is home to some of the most remarkable organizations in Metro Vancouver and the finalists and recipients this year were a testament to that," said Rob Akimow, Chair of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce.

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  10. Tunnel removal could make river too salty for farmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Richmond News

    Land and water systems consultant, John Terborg, says a study is needed to understand the effect deeper dredging could have on the Fraser River's salinity. Photo by Graeme Wood.

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  11. To BIA or not to BIA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2015 | Richmond News

    Dominique Jarry, owner of Sugar Art, argues that the majority of merchants have already rejected the idea of a BIA and the issue should be dropped. Pierside Deli owner Janice Sieg, rear, is uncertain whether a BIA will be worth the extra levy, but is willing to listen.

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  12. Election: A river runs through election debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2015 | Richmond News

    Eoin Madden, left, of the Wilderness Committee, and Ben West, of Tanker Free BC, attended a rally in Steveston in the summer to draw attention to proposed fossil fuel shipments up the Fraser River. They're calling for a land-use plan for the river.

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  13. Tories separate from pack at debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2015 | Richmond News

    Close to 250 people attended a question and answer period for Richmond's federal election candidates Wednesday evening at the Richmond Country Club. While the Richmond News and Richmond Chamber of Commerce posed a series of planned questions the audience engaged candidates with their own via a smartphone app, Pigeonhole Live, through which people could vote for their favourite questions.

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  14. Photos: 2015 Richmond federal election candidatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2015 | Richmond News

    Federal candidates in Richmond were met with questions from the public at an all-candidates meeting Sept.

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  15. Editorial: Speak or others will do it for youRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | Richmond News

    McMath students set the bar when they grilled Steveston-Richmond East candidates at a meeting at their school last week. Next Wednesday, the Richmond News will co-host an all-candidates meeting with the Richmond Chamber of Commerce.

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  16. Plenty of political campaign talk on tapRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | Richmond News

    Richmond's 2015 federal election candidates, from top left, clockwise: Jack Trovato , Joe Peschisolido , Keny Chiu , Lawrence Woo , Vincent Chiu , MP Alice Wong , Scott Stewart and Laura Leah-Shaw . Sept.

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  17. Justin Trudeau rolls into Richmond, addresses middle class, Chinese trade, housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2015 | Richmond News

    Whether the Liberal Party of Canada chooses a local candidate for Steveston-Richmond East remains to be seen after party leader Justin Trudeau addressed the question in front of Richmond's business community at a luncheon Friday afternoon. Among the three major federal parties, only the Liberals have yet to announce all of their candidates in Richmond's two ridings.

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  18. Richmond's federal election picture almost completeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 8, 2015 | Richmond News

    Award-winning schoolteacher and Richmond resident Jack Trovato is the latest hopeful to be acclaimed as a candidate, running for the Federal New Democratic Party in the new Richmond Centre riding in the Oct. 19 election. "I support a fairer, greener, more just society that makes life a little easier for working Canadians and that is focused on a hopeful vision for a better tomorrow," said Trovato in a recent press release.

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  19. Newer, younger Chamber of Commerce sets eyes on Steveston boardwalk sagaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2015 | Richmond News

    New Richmond Chamber of Commerce chair Rob Akimow, left, and new executive director Matt Pitcairn hope to engage younger members of the business community and play a greater role in solving controversial business-related issues. June, 2015.

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  20. YVR defends jet fuel decision as it charts 'audacious' sustainability goalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2015 | Richmond News

    Airport's CEO wants to reduce waste, water use and carbon emissions as it increases passengers by 25 per cent Among what Vancouver International Airport CEO Craig Richmond calls one of his most "audacious" goals is to increase passengers by 25 per cent over the next five years while still reducing the airport's carbon footprint by one third. Perhaps more audacious - in the eyes of local environmentalists - would be his unfettered support for a planned jet fuel facility on the Fraser River that will see tankers run up and down the South Arm to unload the toxic product at a marine terminal near Riverport.

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