One hundred years of resilience against rapid urbanization

Steves family farm untouched by Richmond's spreading industrial development Cow pastures flipped into parking garages and vegetable fields transformed into shopping centres cover miles of Richmond B.C. lands, but the quaint farm at the end of Steveston Hwy. looks nearly identical to when the Steves family moved in one hundred years ago. Harold Steves describes …

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Richmond trustees know less than expected about national Indigenous day of remembrance

  School Board trustees had a lot of questions regarding Orange Shirt Day events The president of the Richmond Teachers’ Association says she was surprised to learn at least two school trustees had little knowledge of a na   tion-wide day to remember the wrongs done to Indigenous people at residential schools. President Liz Baverstock …