Alan Campbell

Money-laundering inquiry rolls into Richmond

The money-laundering public inquiry rolls into Richmond on Thursday, with the biggest crowd of the series expected. Two such public meetings have already been hosted, in Vancouver and Kelowna, with...

Richmond investors warned about pyramid share scheme

  The BC Securities Commission (BCSC) is warning investors in Richmond about a type of pyramid scheme which sells virtual “shares.” According to the BCSC, the B.C.-based promoters of FullCarry -...

Trampoline death: Richmond park staff not trained, says coroner

Grim details also highlighted that the three staff members had no idea how to administer first aid or how to respond in an emergency

Richmond designer wins award for anti-autonomous vehicle jacket for cyclists

A Richmond-based design grad has won bronze at an international design conference - with a jacket created to protect cyclists from autonomous cars. Philip Siwek, who recently graduated from the...

More than a hundred pre-sale Richmond condo owners left hanging by developer

A Richmond developer has pulled the plug on a 15-storey mixed use residential tower in the city centre, leaving more than 100 pre-sale buyers in the lurch. For updates and more details, visit:...

This maritime festival features a tall ship battle at sea

Preparations are underway for the 16th annual Richmond Maritime Festival on Saturday and Sunday, July 27 and 28. Tall ship gun battles, scenic waterfront heritage, wooden boats and entertainment are...

‘World's fastest megacar’ unveiled in Richmond hangar

What’s being touted as the “world’s fastest megacar” made its Canadian debut in Richmond last week. The Koenigsegg Jesko was unveiled at a glitzy event hosted in a hangar in YVR’s south terminal on...

Richmond company caught importing protected species again

A Richmond-based company has been fined $50,000 for illegally importing a protected species of orchid from Asia. Topwin Trading Co. Ltd, which used to have a warehouse on Olafsen Avenue near...

Richmond trampoline park owners claim dad who died could have been impaired

Almost a year to the day that Jason Greenwood died after breaking his neck, Extreme Air Park filed a response to his children's lawsuit

Money-laundering rules beginning to bite in Richmond

B.C.’s new anti-money laundering rules appear to be working in Richmond but, as with most things in life, there’s a hefty price to be paid. Quite how much that bill comes to is unclear. However,...