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  1. Richmond cherishes the old, welcomes the newRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Richmond News

    City laying on special luncheon for long-time residents, while non-profit opens it arms with job fair for new immigrants A Newcomer Welcome Party and job fair this Saturday hopes to help reduce barriers to employement for some of Richmond's newest residents. A Newcomer Welcome Party and job fair this Saturday hopes to help reduce barriers to employement for some of Richmond's newest residents.

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  2. Annual Address: Mayor Brodie reflects on diversity and growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 27 | Richmond News

    Mayor Malcolm Brodie speaks at his annual address at the Sheraton on Jan.26, 2017. Photo by Graeme Wood/Richmond News Mayor Malcolm Brodie speaks at his annual address at the Sheraton on Jan.26, 2017.

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  3. Chinese New Year: Bubble coffee with...Coun. Chak AuRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 | Richmond News

    Chak Au has one or two Chinese New Year family traditions that are peculiar to his native southern China Photograph By Alan Campbell/Richmond News On the third day of the Chinese New Year, however, don't expect to see too much of Au, the only member of council who can converse fluently in Cantonese and Mandarin. Sipping on his bubble coffee inside a Chinese restaurant in Richmond Centre, Au explained a tradition peculiar to his native region in southern China.

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  4. Mayor to make annual addressRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Richmond News

    Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie will deliver his Annual Address on Thursday, Jan. 26 at a luncheon hosted by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel . Titled Building Our Future, the event will focus on the city's progress in achieving the elected council's 2015-2018 term goals.

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  5. Letter: Church leaders take stand on flyersRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2016 | Richmond News

    Recently, our city of Richmond has been tainted by the introduction of racist flyers that target a particular group of people and encourage a division that does not reflect our community. Using words such as "alt-right," those who produce and distribute these flyers have no doubt been encouraged by the recent U.S. election and the open bigotry and racism expressed there.

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  6. Love affair with IKEA still burns brightly in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2016 | Richmond News

    David McCabe, IKEA Canada's acting president of Canadian operations was in Richmond earlier this week to celebrate the Swedish furniture giant's 40th anniversary in this country. Photo submitted David McCabe, IKEA Canada's acting president of Canadian operations was in Richmond earlier this week to celebrate the Swedish furniture giant's 40th anniversary in this country.

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  7. Rob AkimowRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2016 | Richmond News

    Each year, when the call for nominations goes out for the annual Richmond Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards, current chamber chair Rob Akimow said it serves as a pleasant reminder that Richmond is a great city to do business in, and a city full of great businesses. "There are about 14,000 business that call Richmond home," Akimow said.

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  8. Harold GoodwynRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2016 | Richmond News

    Harold Goodwyn, accepts the Hall of Fame award on behalf of RCG Group, which has been responsible for numerous industrial, commercial and retail developments in Richmond. Photo by Rob Newell/Special to the News Harold Goodwyn, accepts the Hall of Fame award on behalf of RCG Group, which has been responsible for numerous industrial, commercial and retail developments in Richmond.

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  9. Elizabeth HoRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2016 | Richmond News

    Upon accepting the award for Workplace of the Year, Elizabeth Ho, general manager at Gilmore Gardens, spoke about the dedication her employees have to the seniors living in their care. Photo by Rob Newell/Special to the News Gilmore Gardens resident Maxine Howarth looks on as Bob Wardley, centre, building manager at Gilmore Gardens, plays piano with fellow resident Jim Gray.

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  10. Robert ThurlowRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2016 | Richmond News

    Robert Thurlow general manager of McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport, accepted the award for his mall which has exceeded the firm's projections for customers visits and sales in its first year of operation. Photo by Rob Newell/Special to the News Robert Thurlow general manager of McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver Airport, accepted the award for his mall which has exceeded the firm's projections for customers visits and sales in its first year of operation.

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  11. Steveston Harbour AuthorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2016 | Richmond News

    Janet Rios of the Steveston Harbour Authority accepts the chamber's award. Photo by Rob Newell/Special to the News Janet Rios of the Steveston Harbour Authority accepts the chamber's award.

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  12. BEA Awards: Pacific Gateway Hotel rebranding inspires prideRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2016 | Richmond News

    Pacific Gateway Hotel general manager Eda Koot was pleased to recieve a Business Excellence Award from the Richmond Chamber of Commerce for the hotel's extensive rebranding. The hotel has long been an iconic destination for air travellers and most long-time Richmond residents are familiar with its old Delta Hotel label.

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  13. Prime Minister Trudeau had unpublicized fundraising reception with RichmonditesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2016 | Richmond News

    Lost in a busy, West Coast public itinerary this week - that saw Trudeau announce a five-year, $1.5 billion ocean protection plan Monday afternoon, the day after dining with Norwegian royalty - was a private function at a single-family home in Richmond, the News has learned. A source, who wanted to remain anonymous, told the News that the event was held by members of the Chinese community at the home and attendees reportedly paid several thousands of dollars to attend.

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  14. Richmond's best businesses to be showcasedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2016 | Richmond News

    Winners from last year's Richmond Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards gather on stage at the River Rock Show Theatre. This year's event is set for Nov. 17. File photo Winners from last year's Richmond Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards gather on stage at the River Rock Show Theatre.

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  15. Feature: Three Richmond women leading the way in today's workplaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Richmond News

    They may have come from different beginnings and taken alternate routes to get to where they are today, but the life experiences of a trio of Richmond's top female executives possess similar threads that weave together the qualities of determination, empathy and passion. Their collective stories of exploration, setbacks and triumphs as women in the business world will form a backdrop during the Richmond Chamber of Commerce's Women in Leadership Panel and Luncheon next Thursday at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel.

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  16. Leading the way for women in today's workplaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | Richmond News

    They may have come from different beginnings and taken alternate routes to get to where they are today, but the life experiences of a trio of Richmond's top female executives possess similar threads that weave together the qualities of determination, empathy and passion. Their collective stories of exploration, setbacks and triumphs as women in the business world will form a backdrop during the Richmond Chamber of Commerce's Women in Leadership Panel and Luncheon next Thursday at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel.

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  17. a2Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2016 | Richmond News

    Michael Yeung, Assistant Vice-President and General Manager of KEB Hana Bank Canada Richmond branch, has spent most of his life in the Richmond community. "I immigrated from Hong Kong as a child," he explains, "so I've grown up in Richmond, and now I live and work in the community."

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  18. Aiman El-RamlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2016 | Richmond News

    Aiman El-Ramly, CEO of Richmond's ZE PowerGroup, believes the chamber's new innovation committee, that seeks to raise the profile of local 'green' firms, can help foster a thriving tech sector, as well as help retain and attract jobs to the city. Photo by Christopher Sun/Special to the News Aiman El-Ramly, CEO of Richmond's ZE PowerGroup, believes the chamber's new innovation committee, that seeks to raise the profile of local 'green' firms, can help foster a thriving tech sector, as well as help retain and attract jobs to the city.

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  19. Housing market too hot for Richmond businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2016 | Richmond News

    Doug Nightingale, owner of Nightingale Electrical in Ironwood, says it has been getting more and more difficult over the last few years to attract local staff to his business, due mainly to the city's overheated housing market.Photo by Philip Raphael/Richmond News Doug Nightingale, owner of Nightingale Electrical in Ironwood, says it has been getting more and more difficult over the last few years to attract local staff to his business, due mainly to the city's overheated housing market.Photo by Philip Raphael/Richmond News The rising cost of housing in Metro Vancouver and short supply of units deemed affordable is putting the squeeze on local businesses trying to find employees who call Richmond home.

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  20. Bringing video games to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 7, 2016 | Richmond News

    Exit Entertainment's CEO Justin Tang takes aim at one of the zombies in his new arcade style video game called Biohazard: Left For Dead that blends video games with reality-based action. Photo by Philip Raphael/Richmond News Exit Entertainment's CEO Justin Tang takes aim at one of the zombies in his new arcade style video game called Biohazard: Left For Dead that blends video games with reality-based action.

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