News Releases

  • School District 38 Lands Funding for Upgrades

    RICHMOND– Three schools in School District 38 will be able to proceed with routine capital projects, thanks to $998,200 in provincial funding. These improvements will…

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  • Richmond PACs Get Support from Provincial Grant Program

    RICHMOND – The provincial government has provided more than $421,000 to local Parent Advisory Councils (PACs) and the District Parent Advisory Committee (DPAC) in School…

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  • New stable, predictable funding for Community Visitor Services

    RICHMOND – A new, three-year base funding model for the community visitor services centre in Richmond will ensure more stable and predictable funding and allow…

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  • Community Gaming Grants Benefit Richmond Organizations

    RICHMOND– Seventeen sports, arts and culture groups in Richmond are getting a boost of $434,450 thanks to the province’s community gaming grant program. Organizations receiving…

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  • ITA SUPPORTS TRADES TRAINING IN RICHMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT

    RICHMOND – School District 38 will receive $40,000 from the Industry Training Authority (ITA) for Secondary School Apprenticeship (SSA) program support for the 2015/16 school…

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  • Improving Adult Literacy in Richmond

    RICHMOND – The provincial government is granting nearly $28,000 to School District 38 for the Literacy Richmond Community Adult Literacy Program, to provide residents of…

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  • Richmond recognized for its commitment to seniors

    The City of Richmond has been awarded an Age-friendly BC Recognition designation from the provincial government for its support of seniors to remains safe, active…

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  • Grants Support Greener Communities

    RICHMOND – The B.C. government has provided $217,831 to Richmond in recognition of its commitment to support healthier, more sustainable communities. “It is important for…

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  • Province Helps Fight Invasive Plants in Richmond

    RICHMOND – The provincial government is providing $7,000 to the City of Richmond to help control the spread of invasive plants. This is one of…

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  • Richmond Sports Events Benefit From Hosting BC Grants

    RICHMOND – The Government of British Columbia is providing $12,500 through the Hosting BC program to support three upcoming sports events in Richmond. Funded events…

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