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Vikki Hui

Vikki Hui

Vikki Hui is a digital reporter at Richmond News with a focus on community issues and local arts. She grew up in Hong Kong and has a passion for documenting the local feral bunny population.

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Recent Work by Vikki

City of Richmond and unions reach agreement for new contract

City of Richmond and unions reach agreement for new contract

The new collective agreements provide for raises and one-time inflationary support.
Richmond Canada Line returns to regular service starting tonight

Richmond Canada Line returns to regular service starting tonight

The planned night work at the new Capstan Station has finished ahead of schedule.
Richmond hotel slapped with cease and desist for threatening striking workers

Richmond hotel slapped with cease and desist for threatening striking workers

Workers at Radission Blu Vancouver Airport, formerly known as Pacific Gateway Hotel, have been on strike for three years.
Richmond, Metro Vancouver McDonald's franchisee gets global 'McAward'

Richmond, Metro Vancouver McDonald's franchisee gets global 'McAward'

Joe Guzzo owns the first McDonald's restaurant in Canada on No. 3 Road in Richmond.
City of Richmond cleared of discrimination in employee COVID-19 protocol case

City of Richmond cleared of discrimination in employee COVID-19 protocol case

The city employee was asked to leave the office 'temporarily' after returning from a trip to Hong Kong during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Office of disbarred Richmond lawyer for sale for $7.8M

Office of disbarred Richmond lawyer for sale for $7.8M

A sign states the unit is on sale for a "crazy discount" of $2.2 million.
All London Drugs stores reopened after cybersecurity attack

All London Drugs stores reopened after cybersecurity attack

"No evidence" that customer databases were compromised, says London Drugs president.
YVR support for hidden disabilities reduces 'explanation stress'

YVR support for hidden disabilities reduces 'explanation stress'

A Richmond advocate is optimistic about programs improving accessibility but thinks more consistency is needed.
Richmond Canada Line returns to regular service for one week

Richmond Canada Line returns to regular service for one week

Trains will keep running after 9:30 p.m. from May 6 to 10.
Woman sues Richmond RCMP for $350K, alleges wrongful arrest

Woman sues Richmond RCMP for $350K, alleges wrongful arrest

A woman claims she was arrested in her pajamas outside her home due to a malicious 911 call.
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