Even in his darkest political hour, John Yap never once considered throwing in the towel.
I was delighted to read the great piece about Destination Steveston in today's paper.
I would like to thank the nearly 58,000 Richmond voters who took their place in history to offer direction to this province.
As I write, the polls are about to close and we will soon know the results. Do you want to make sure our MLAs are held accountable?
Environmentalists concerned about the prospect of a new coal transfer terminal in Surrey are calling for region-wide public hearings about the project.
For the environmentally conscious, there's no shortage of gift ideas in Steveston.
Just in time for summer, The Spotted Frog furniture store has launched a new line of designer jewelry.
With so many ways to stay plugged into online communities, it's difficult to disconnect and build on the face-to-face ones.
He flattened Tokyo in previous movies. And it looks like he'll be doing a number on Steveston, too.
With his finger pointing and voice raised, Jason Aginsky, of the Environment and Learning Development Party, tried to poke holes in the SJP's platform to be elected to govern the province of Steveston.
Community Safety Career Achievement Award: -- Cpl. Bill Lumsdon (retired)
The year was 1969. I was 16 and had just landed a job as a trainee recording engineer in London, England's hot music industry.
With little experience in creating art, Jean Garnett's transformation into an artist was almost overnight.
As residents who choose to live in Steveston because of its maritime heritage and active commercial fishing industry, we are deeply concerned with how Richmond Council is confusing merely slowing development with conservation.
Three recent events have prompted me to write. First, the media coverage about the coming out of NBA star Jason Collins. Secondly, a group of women friends discussing whether or not there is a need for a Gay volleyball league. Thirdly, on a recent visit to Steveston, a group of middle-aged patrons joking about a server's sexuality.
There's only four days to go before the provincial election and eligible voters in Richmond have a chance to turn around one of the city's most unenviable reputations as having the second-lowest voter turnout in B.C.
The time is right to make his bid to be Delta South's MLA, says Bruce McDonald.
Jerome Dickey says a big part of what he’s about involves change.The BC Green Party candidate running in Richmond-Steveston said previously he would have been content being a spectator, watching the political landscape unfold before him on election night and beyond.
Amid the high octane rhetoric of a hotly contested B.C. election campaign, John Yap said he is seeking a sense of balance on the issues.