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

July 12, 2018

Global icons Lights and Magic! to headline Richmond World Festival

Richmond News Canadian and international music icons Lights and Magic! will headline the 4th annual Richmond World Festival on Labour Day weekend. The City of Richmond’s award-winning festival will once again present a free smorgasbord of music, arts, food and culture from around the globe on Friday, Aug. 31 and Saturday, Sept. 1 in Richmond’s […]

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Richmond expands recreation fee subsidies

Richmond News For Richmond residents who are experiencing financial hardship, the city is now stepping in with Richmond Community Associations and Societies to further subsidize recreation passes. … “We are confident that the updated Recreation Fee Subsidy Program will help to remove financial barriers and provide more opportunities for Richmond residents of all ages to […]

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July 10, 2018

Surrey councillor calls for review of policing strategy

The Toronto Star Has the City of Surrey outgrown the RCMP? Surrey Coun. Tom Gill wants an answer. Gill, also a mayoral candidate, will be introducing a motion in council next week calling for a third-party review of policing options for his city, which currently has no municipal police force. … Richmond Mayor Malcolm Brodie […]

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