News Releases

  • Richmond Organizations Benefit from Gaming Grants

    RICHMOND – Three local organizations in Richmond have received more than $290,000 in funding from the provincial government through the Community Gaming Grant program. Organizations…

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  • Grants Boost Public Safety in Richmond

    RICHMOND – Three local organizations have received $280,000 in community gaming grants from the provincial government, supporting programs which focus on local public safety. Organizations…

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  • Mental health project receives $200,000

    RICHMOND – Richmond residents with mental health and substance use issues will receive increased support, thanks to $200,000 in Community Action Initiative grants from the…

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  • Extreme weather shelter spaces available in Richmond

    RICHMOND – The B.C. government will fund 22 extreme weather shelter spaces in Richmond this winter to help those whose health and safety may be…

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  • Richmond Animal Protection Society receives gaming grants

    RICHMOND – The Richmond Animal Protection Society is benefiting from a Community Gaming Grant worth $50,000 to support its Operation of Sanctuary program. The Community…

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  • Celebrate Diwali in Richmond

    RICHMOND – Richmond is celebrating Diwali (the Festival of Lights), one of the most important Indian festivals at the Richmond Cultural Centre on October 25…

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  • MLA congratulates BC Arts Council grant recipients in Richmond

    RICHMOND: Five local residents have received grants from the BC Arts Council totalling $43,750. “Our province values arts and culture,” Richmond-Centre MLA Teresa Wat said….

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  • Adult Literacy Funding Supports Richmond Learners

    RICHMOND – A local adult literacy project, the Literacy Richmond Community Adult Literacy Program, has received $30,318 from the provincial government to help learners improve…

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  • Ball players, dancers, divers and singers receive funding

    RICHMOND – Four organizations in Richmond East are receiving more than $50,000 in combined funding from the provincial government to support their ongoing local programs…

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  • Provincial grants benefit fencers, hockey players and baton twirlers

    RICHMOND – The British Columbia Fencing Association received a $60,000 grant from the B.C. government for its long-term athlete development program, Richmond East MLA Linda…

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