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The Wilson’s family Buddha made a mysterious return to their home after it was stolen three years ago. The Family Stone, Mysterious, Garden Sculpture, Buddha, Third, Mystery, Statue, Gift Ideas, News

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

Maybe the thief suffered a seriously delayed pang of Christmas conscience or good karma was being visited upon the victims?No one will really know - after the Wilson family's beloved stone Buddha appeared, as if by magic, on their doorstep after a three-year sabbatical.

Proud parents Natalie and Ryan Wing show off their new son, Oliver, as his excited big sister Maddison, looks on. Oliver was the first baby delivered in Richmond in First Baby, Sons, Parents, Sisters, Baby Boy, Big, Dads, My Son, Raising Kids

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

Richmond's first baby of 2013 arrived just a few hours into the New Year.Weighing in at a very healthy nine pounds and 15 ounces, Oliver Wing was born at exactly 3:47 a.m. in Richmond Hospital.

An artist's rendering of the "Central at Garden City," a planned 14 and a half acre shopping centre in Richmond. City Council, Shopping Center, Walmart Shopping, Acre, Centre, News, Garden, Garten, Shopping Mall

Richmond Walmart shopping centre not a done deal; city council has major concerns over connector road issues

It may have taken almost ten years to get this far, but a new 14-acre open-air shopping centre anchored by Walmart is not a foregone conclusion in Richmond.

Snow created a few hazards with fallen trees in Richmond. A tree fell across No. 2 Road blocking traffic between Granville Road and Blundell Road and another tree was uprooted at the Richmond Cultural Centre landing on top of the Minoru statue. Tree Felling, Rush Hour, Cultural Center, Autumn Trees, Snow, Led, Statue, Landing, Centre

Richmond crews get caught in rush hour traffic; late snowfall, led to unplowed roads

A combination of a later than predicted snowfall and morning rush hour led to hazardous driving conditions on many of Richmond's main roads Wednesday.

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Last chance on Sunday to buy that Christmas gift or fresh produce at the Steveston Farmers and Artisans Indoor Winter Market until next year. Crafted gifts, home baked goods and locally grown produce for can be purchased under the roof of the Gulf of Georgia Cannery Museum.

A hero who waded into the baying Stanley Cup riot mob to pluck a viciously battered Good Samaritan to safety is set to receive a top bravery award. Bravery Awards, Fooling Around, Stanley Cup Finals, Proud Dad, Dean, Internet, Backyard, Patio, Backyards

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

A hero who waded into the baying Stanley Cup riot mob to pluck a viciously battered Good Samaritan to safety is set to receive a top bravery award.

Sophie Laboissonniere has finally pleaded guilty to charges relating to the infamous 2011 Stanley Cup riot. Stanley Cup, Mona Lisa, Couple Photos, News, Artwork, Couple Shots, Work Of Art, Auguste Rodin Artwork, Couple Photography

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

Sophie Laboissonniere has finally pleaded guilty to charges relating to the infamous 2011 Stanley Cup riot.

An artist's rendering of the "Central at Garden City," a planned 14 and a half acre shopping centre in Richmond. City Council, Shopping Center, Walmart Shopping, Acre, Centre, News, Garden, Garten, Shopping Mall

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

It may have taken almost ten years to get this far, but a new 14-acre open-air shopping centre anchored by Walmart is not a foregone conclusion in Richmond.

Pictured at the announcement of the $36 million Chip and Shannon Wilson School of Design are (from left) Chip Wilson, Lululemon co-founder, Deanne Schweitzer, Lululemon's head of design, Premier Christy Clark, John Yap, Richmond-Steveston MLA and Alan Davis, Kwantlen president. Wilson School, Co Founder, School Design, Announcement, Presidents, Lululemon, University, Product Launch, News

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

A $36 million "global" school of design will be built in Richmond, thanks to a cost-sharing deal struck between the founders of Lululemon, the B.C. government and Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Richmond student, Selina Yue, eyes Miss World Miss World, Student, Eyes, Cat Eyes

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

Richmond student, Selina Yue, eyes Miss World

A Canada-wide warrant has now been issued for the arrest of Kurt Derksen, 58 — a patient at the Colony Farm Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Coquitlam. Richmond Homes, Psychiatric Hospital, Insane Asylum, Mad World, Canada, News, Asylum

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

A psychiatric patient has gone missing after a day-visit to his brother's Richmond home.

Despite digital expansion, Sally Ann kettles will remain, particularly in Richmond, where demographics result in more people putting cash in the kettles rather than using digital technology. Sally Ann, Kettles, Digital Technology, Christmas Sweaters, Cheer, Seasons, News, People, Humor

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

Frost on the windows, seasonal drinks at Starbucks and the jingle of change being dropped into iconic red Salvation Army kettles are all reminders that the holiday season is upon us.

Kathleen Brownell, leaves provincial court in Vancouver on Tuesday. She pleaded guilty to participating in the June 2011 Stanley Cup riot. Stanley Cup, Vancouver, Tuesday, Ray Bans, June, Leaves, News, Style, Fashion

Richmond 'junkyard' home inspected eight times, homeowner given three clean-up extensions

Kathleen Brownell, 24, leaves provincial court in Vancouver on Tuesday. She pleaded guilty to participating in the June 2011 Stanley Cup riot.

A few hundred braved the rain, wind and biting temperature to greet the big jolly elf as he arrived by boat in Steveston on Saturday afternoon. Visitors to Steveston were treated to carolers, stilt-walkers, jugglers, horse and carriage ride and a chance to sit on Santa's lap and tell him all your wishes. Brave, Elf, Horses, Elves, Horse, Fairy, Female Elf

Photos: A Tourism Richmond Xmas

A few hundred braved the rain, wind and biting temperature to greet the big jolly elf as he arrived by boat in Steveston on Saturday afternoon. Visitors to Steveston were treated to carolers, stilt-walkers, jugglers, horse and carriage ride and a chance to sit on Santa's lap and tell him all your wishes.

Tourism Richmond held their annual Christmas party at the Observation Area at YVR, Monday evening. A chance for local businesses to mingle and enjoy a little Christmas cheer. Little Christmas, Xmas, Cheer, Tourism, Party, Turismo, Humor, Christmas, Navidad

Photos: A Tourism Richmond Xmas

A Tourism Richmond Xmas

Trustee Grace Tsang throws hat in ring for Liberals in Richmond Centre Centre, Hat, Ring, News, Chip Hat, Rings, Jewelry Rings, Hats, Hipster Hat

Trustee Grace Tsang throws hat in ring for Liberals in Richmond Centre