News Releases

  • 2017 Balanced Budget Delivers for Richmond

    [RICHMOND] British Columbia’s strong economy means more money back in the pockets of middle-class families in Richmond and investments in the programs and services people…

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  • Housing Affordability

    In recent years, housing prices have increased significantly in the Metro Vancouver area including Richmond, reflecting the growth in our population and housing demand. It…

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  • George Massey Tunnel Required for Safety, Economy

    There has been a great deal of strong criticism of the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project. Unfortunately, these criticisms and accusations cheapen the conversation and…

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  • Hosting BC grants: Contributing to communities

    RICHMOND – The Hosting BC program, funded by the Province, has approved $15,000 in grants to support local sporting tournaments and championships. This grant money…

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  • Richmond receives grant to support a greener B.C.

    RICHMOND – The B.C. Government is providing a grant of over $215,000 to the City of Richmond in recognition of their commitment to support a…

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  • Second Round of Funding for Refugee Response Teams

    RICHMOND– The Refugee Response Team operated by MOSAIC that is helping refugees settle in Metro Vancouver, including Richmond, will be receiving $95,162– its second allocation…

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  • Richmond Organizations benefited from Gaming Grant

    RICHMOND – Four local organizations in Richmond have received $168,000 in funding from the provincial government through the Community Gaming Grant program. Organizations receiving grants:…

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  • Richmond Organizations benefited from Gaming Grant

    RICHMOND – Seven local organizations in Richmond have received $146,480 in funding from the provincial government through the Community Gaming Grant program. Organizations receiving grants:…

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  • Administrative savings redirected back to Richmond School District

    RICHMOND – The provincial government is redirecting $871,987 in administrative savings back to School District 38 to help it deal with local cost pressures and…

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  • Yap Speaks about the Britannia Heritage Shipyard

    VICTORIA – Today, Richmond-Steveston MLA John Yap spoke about the Britannia Heritage Shipyard. “Britannia Heritage Shipyard in Steveston, which was first built in 1890 as…

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