Mayors say ‘Yes’ vote critical to local economy

Richmond News

Mayor Malcolm Brodie was joined by his Vancouver counterpart Mayor Gregor Robertson at Brighouse station in Richmond Wednesday morning to stake claims that a ‘Yes’ vote in the upcoming transit tax plebiscite will improve the economy as well as the environment and, notably, the money raised will be at arms-length of TransLink’s base budget…

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Campaign limits needed for civic parties

24 Hours Vancouver

Running a successful election campaign isn’t cheap. Phone banks, campaign literature and advertising all cost a lot of money. Parties depend on their donors to help them deliver a win by writing cheques…

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New party spends big for election

Richmond Review

The Richmond Community Coalition spent more than any Richmond party in last fall’s civic election, according to newly-released campaign financial statements…

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Richmond’s million dollar election

Richmond News

Over one million dollars (an estimated $1.05 million) was spent by political candidates on a trend-setting municipal election that bore witness to a new big-money slate, a record-setting corporate contribution and an elected candidate who didn’t spend a penny…

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Richmond Sockeyes get helping hand

Richmond News

The Richmond News created a banner for the Richmond Sockeyes hockey club and took it around the community for everyone to sign good luck messages on as the team fights its way through the post-season playoffs…

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