Malcolm Brodie – Leadership. Experience. Vision. A Proven Commitment to Richmond.

Leadership. Experience. Vision.

A Proven Commitment to Richmond


Richmond residents have entrusted me to be Mayor for 17 years. During this time Richmond has grown and prospered while we have enhanced our civic quality of life, sustainability and prosperity.

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It’s been a privilege working for the people of Richmond on a wide variety of issues to improve our city. This has allowed me more opportunities to make Richmond a better place now and for the future.

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As Richmond grows, it is important that we build on our award-winning success. My vision includes the key areas of Quality of Life, Community Safety, Environment, Transportation, and Business & Finance.

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Why I am Running for Mayor of Richmond

It’s been an honour and a privilege to serve as Mayor of Richmond since 2001. The City and people mean so much to me – we have been through a lot together. Over the years, we – the people of Richmond, our City Council and staff – have made our city better, more livable, more secure and more successful than ever. I am tremendously proud of how far we’ve come – how we’ve evolved. But it is certain that there remains a lot more to do. With the constant pressures of growth, we continue to face some key challenges.

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In the News

November 6, 2018

Surrey City Council Cancels LRT Project, Approves SkyTrain Extension

604 Now Surrey’s new city officials are moving forward with cancelling the light rail transit (LRT) project. Mayor Doug McCallum and the new members of Surrey City Council officially took the Oath of Office at an inauguration ceremony held Monday evening at City Hall. … McCallum’s Safe Surrey Coalition will also ask TransLink’s Mayors’ Council […]

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Richmond approves moratorium on ‘mega-mansions’

News 1130 Richmond is one step closer to banning new so-called mega-mansions on farmland after city council approved a moratorium on new big-builds Tuesday. Council also ratified a motion calling for a bylaw to limit new house sizes on Agricultural Land Reserve property to a maximum 5,382 sq. ft and contained on a 10,764 sq. […]

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November 5, 2018

Province, Richmond move to restrict ‘mega-homes’ on farmland

News 1130 New so-called “mega-homes” and “mega-mansions” on farmland might soon have to be a little smaller, as the province and the City of Richmond propose new rules to limit house sizes, heights and footprints. Legislation introduced in the legislature on Monday would make three major changes the B.C. Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) including limiting […]

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