Richmond News

Illegal eyewash and drops being sold at Richmond store: Health Canada

Health Canada is warning consumers that a Richmond-based cosmetics store is selling unauthorized eyewash and eye drops, both of which could pose significant health risks. Two types of eye drops are...

Richmond clean tech Saltworks Technologies receives $4.4m federal funding

Saltworks Technologies, a Richmond company focusing on treating “the toughest” wastewater in the world, received a $4.4 million investment from the federal government for its innovation. Harjit...

Richmond housing is a gold mine for big Airbnb players – some live abroad

974 Richmond Airbnb listings are reported, including 26 run by the same operator

You can get these colourful mochi donuts in Metro Vancouver

A Richmond ramen restaurant started offering mochi donuts earlier this month, and the colourful desserts are already making a splash on social media. The donuts combine mochi, a popular Japanese...

Richmond nutritional gummy producer enters China’s e-commerce market

Herbaland, a Richmond-based nutritional gummy producer, is entering the Chinese market by partnering with a subsidiary of Alibaba. Tmall Global, owned by Alibaba – Amazon’s primary competitor, is...

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...

First Indigenous woman-owned airline in Canada launches out of YVR

Coinciding with International Women’s Day, Canada’s first Indigenous woman-owned airline launched out of Vancouver International Airport in Richmond Friday. Called Iskwew Air – which is a Cree word...

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