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  1. Richmond loses 'Queen of Disability'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Richmond News

    Frances Clark shows off her Lifetime Achievement Award from the Prime Minister in March 2014. Photograph By Graeme Wood/Richmond News Frances Clark shows off her Lifetime Achievement Award from the Prime Minister in March 2014.

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  2. Richmond loses 'Queen of Disability'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Richmond News

    Frances Clark shows off her Lifetime Achievement Award from the Prime Minister in March 2014. Photograph By Graeme Wood/Richmond News She may not have been everyone's "cup of tea," but she certainly ruffled the right feathers when it came to championing the cause of the disability movement in Richmond during her 80 years of life.

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  3. Food Truck Fundraiser (Photos)_19Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Richmond News

    After hiring a private consultant to consult with community members, the City of Richmond is hoping the third time is the charm to finally set a name for a planned outdoor festival during the Labour Day weekend. Last month Richmond councillors kiboshed the name Lulubaloo, so Bryan Tasaka, manager of major events, took to a consultation process to find new potential names.

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  4. Richmond chamber deal to help Chinese-Canadian businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Richmond News

    Gerard Edwards , chair of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce signs a memorandum of understanding with the Association of Chinese Canadian Entrepreneurs. Photo submitted Gerard Edwards , chair of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce signs a memorandum of understanding with the Association of Chinese Canadian Entrepreneurs.

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  5. City to begin public consultation on foreign language signsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2015 | Richmond News

    Another Chinese-only sign is erected on a construction site in 2015 after the issue caught fire during the municipal election. The sign's co-owner Alice Wu said she has not been consulted by the City of Richmond about how Chinese-only signs can impact community harmony.

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  6. Richmond chamber of commerce joins 'Yes' tax campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2015 | Richmond News

    The Richmond Chamber of Commerce is siding with the Better Transit and Transportation Coalition, which launched its public marketing campaign Thursday. "Richmond is a key transit hub for goods that move via air, sea and road; the efficient movement of goods and people in our region is a vital component to future economic growth and sustainability.

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  7. Brodie: Not concerned about growing retail space glutRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2015 | Richmond News

    Target in Richmond is one of 133 stores closing across Canada after just 14 months in operation Photograph By File The impending closures of Richmond's Target and Sears stores does not have Mayor Malcolm Brodie worried that the city's retail window is shrinking. "Over time I have no doubt we will make up for that," said Brodie, whose government approved, in 2013, a large retail shopping centre anchored by Walmart on Garden City Road.

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  8. Brodie: Not concerned about growing retail glutRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2015 | Richmond News

    Target in Richmond is one of 133 stores closing across Canada after just 14 months in operation Photograph By File Addressing the business community at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Malcolm Brodie echoed the policies he's overseen since becoming mayor in 2001 that have led to unprecedented growth in City Centre while largely preserving the municipality's rich farmland. Since 2010 Brodie said Richmond has seen $3 billion worth of development, largely focused in the City Centre node, including the emerging Richmond Olympic Oval neighbourhood of luxury condominiums.

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  9. Group excellence awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Richmond News

    Winners at the 37th Annual Richmond Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards gather for a group photo following the event Nov. 27 at the River Rock Show Theatre.Photo by Rob Newell/Special to the News Winners at the 37th Annual Richmond Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards gather for a group photo following the event Nov. 27 at the River Rock Show Theatre.Photo by Rob Newell/Special to the News Richmond's best, brightest, most innovative and community-minded businesses were celebrated Thursday evening in front of a sold out River Rock Show Theatre as the Richmond Chamber of Commerce hosted its 37th Annual Business Excellence Awards.

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  10. Richmond Chamber's exec director retiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2014 | Richmond News

    After nine years as the executive director of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Craig Jones is retiring as of Jan. 1, 2015. The chamber will appoint Carol Young as the acting executive director as it begins its search for a new person at the helm.

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  11. Election 2014: Community activist Carol Day and Olympian Loo win seats on Richmond councilRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2014 | Richmond News

    Brodie romps to victory in mayoral race; city council incumbents safe, while voter turnout leaps nine per cent to 32 per cent Alexa Loo receives congratulations from Richmond First rival Andy Hobbs who she went neck and neck with all night for the last seat on council Richmond's home-grown 2010 Olympic Games star Alexa Loo has been elected to city council Photograph By Graeme Wood/Staff Reporter Richmond has re-elected its mayor, Malcolm Brodie and voted in two new city councillors, Carol Day and former Olympic snowboarder Alexa Loo. "I'm feeling really excited actually; thank you and thank you to all the people that voted for me and...the people that of been supporting me through this," said Loo, moments after her victory was sealed.

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  12. Candidates surveyed on commerce and industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2014 | Richmond News

    The Richmond Chamber of Commerce released a survey of 28 candidates vying for mayor or city council in Richmond for the Nov. 15 municipal election. There was broad support for a mobile business license program for Metro Vancouver .

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  13. Richmond Community Coalition vows spending prudence, ombudsperson, term limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Richmond News

    A spending review would be promoted by elected Coalition members on Richmond City Council, who will have pledged limits on their stay in public office. Six candidates for Richmond City Council and three for the Richmond Board of Education huddled in a circle prior to their news conference and gave a rousing cheer to one another, having formed the second largest slate in Richmond, over the past six months.

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  14. Pitcairn and Ho form RCC school trustee slateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2014 | Richmond News

    Pitcairn and Ho would be rookie trustees. For the November election they face five incumbent trustees in a seven-seat race for the Richmond Board of Education.

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