Richmond News

Major grocery store chain limiting capacity to 50% in B.C. stores

A major grocery store chain is implementing a 50% capacity limit to help curb the spread of COVID-19. In an emailed statement to the Richmond News, Save on Foods said all its B.C. stores will be run...

Tilbury LNG plant expansion moves to environmental assessment phase

The LNG plant sits across the Fraser River from Richmond, in an industrial area of Delta

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...

China bans Air Canada flights from YVR due to growing Omicron cases

Starting Jan. 17, four more flights operated by Air Canada from Vancouver to China will be cancelled

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

Lululemon pop-up opens at YVR

Lululemon is now the official outfitter of Team Canada until through to the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games

2 Richmond companies helping advance use of hydrogen, zero-emission vehicle tech

IRDI System Inc. is receiving funding from the province’s CleanBC Go Electric Advanced Research and Commercialization Program

Justin Trudeau makes quick campaign stop in Steveston

The Liberal Party leader swept into Steveston with his entourage, glad-handing spectators and residents