By Steven Chang The City of Richmond took its first step against birth tourism after city council voted 6-3 to ask the federal government to change the Immigration Act. Multiple public speakers attended the council meeting on Monday…
The next time a disaster hits this region, Richmond will be more prepared than most.
Reported by Cameron Thomson Delta’s new mayor plans to set higher rates at recreation centres for people coming from outside the city. Delta’s newly elected mayor, George Harvie, told the Delta Optimist last week that he would ensure…
Reported by Gabrielle Plonka A Richmond mayoral candidate is calling for more information about the finances of the Olympic Oval Corporation, reigniting a decade-long controversy over the oval’s claims of being independently profitable…
After losing all five of its games at the Vancouver Invitational Wheelchair Rugby Tournament, Team BC will need to turn things around as it focuses on the upcoming Canadian nationals in May.
Richmond councillors say that local wineries should only be allowed in prime fertile farmland if they grow the majority of their grapes or fruit on site.
The Richmond provincial family and youth court is not meeting the demands of the city’s legal cases and an increasing number of people with no legal training are representing themselves.
A Richmond city councillor says legislation introduced last spring to limit the size of a new house on farmland does not go far enough, despite a significant drop in recent applications and construction approvals.
Richmond farmers say any new rules that limit the size of a new house on farmland should only apply to landowners who are not farming the land.