Court asked to wade into jet fuel approval

Richmond News

Citing inadequate public consultation and unacceptable threats to public safety and the environment, the grassroots environmental group VAPOR is taking the provincial government to court over the decision by the BC Environmental Assessment Office to allow a jet fuel storage facility and pipeline to be built in Richmond…

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McNulty apologizes for ‘Christian’ comment

Richmond News

Long-time City of Richmond councillor and chair of the city’s planning committee Bill McNulty added more than a wrinkle in the long debate over the Lingyen Mountain Temple expansion proposal by suggesting the Buddhist applicants hadn’t acted in a “Christian way.”…

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Barbara Goodwin wins Milan Ilich Award for Leadership

Richmond Review

Barbara Goodwin exemplifies what it is to be a volunteer. From a precocious 12-year-old helping at the local community centre in Steveston to a young woman helping her mother-in-law cut bandages for the wounded at the Canadian Red Cross, she has dedicated her life to assisting others…

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The boys of summer are back

Richmond Review

In the glow of a warm spring sun, Mayor Malcolm Brodie officially opened the 2014 Richmond City Baseball Association season Sunday at Blundell Park…

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