Alan Campbell

U.S. to drop COVID testing for air travellers

A government official has said the current mandate will not be renewed after midnight on Sunday, June 12

Richmond company's spot prawns recalled due to potential norovirus contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency suspects some of Tri-Star Seafood's products are connected to an outbreak

Chinese restaurant chain wins trademark battle against Richmond man

The Beijing Judian company, known locally as The Meat Up, claimed Wei Meng copied its trademark sign before trying to extort $1.5M from the chain

Crossing the U.S./Canada border over the long weekend? Here's what to expect

The CBSA has issued a host of tips and links for people planning to travel in and out of Canada's land borders this Victoria Day long weekend

'Highly pathogenic' bird flu detected in Richmond

The small poultry flock infected with H5N1 has been placed into quarantine and producers within a 12-kilometre radius have been alerted

Children's Bluetooth bike helmet recalled due to safety hazard

The black speaker helmets were sold in Toys R Us in Canada and Walmart in the U.S.

Richmond quarantine hotel lost federal contract over treatment of unionized workers

The Pacific Gateway Hotel laid-off 143 long-term workers since the pandemic, in favour of government-contracted Red Cross staff

COVID shuts down several LifeLabs across Lower Mainland

It appears that COVID-19 has caused the temporary closure of several Lower Mainland medical labs, which offer COVID-19 testing. According to LifeLabs' website, 12 LifeLabs locations – including...

Chinese mobile phone giant pulling out of Canada amid security concerns

The state-owned China Mobile International (CMI) will cease operation in Canada due to fears expressed by the federal government

Another bad day in court for Richmond lawyer Hong Guo

Guo has been ordered to pay nearly $100,000 in legal costs after losing a lawsuit in the summer surrounding a renovation project at her No. 3 Road offices