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  1. Richmond, British Columbia - Wikipedia,_British_Columbia

    Richmond's 2016 population of 198,309 makes it the fourth largest city in British Columbia, after Vancouver (631,486), Surrey (517,887) and Burnaby (232,755). Richmond has an immigrant population of 60%, the highest in Canada. [10]

    • 129.27 km² (49.91 sq mi)
    • 10 November 1879 (municipality status)
  2. Richmond - Wikipedia

    Richmond, British Columbia, a city in Metro Vancouver Richmond (British Columbia provincial electoral district) Richmond, Calgary, Alberta, a neighbourhood; Richmond Parish, New Brunswick; Richmond, Nova Scotia. Richmond (Nova Scotia federal electoral district) Richmond (Nova Scotia provincial electoral district)

  3. Golden Village (Richmond, British Columbia) - Wikipedia
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    The Golden Village is a commercial district in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada with a high concentration of Asian-themed shopping malls. According to the 2016 Census, 54 percent of Richmond's population identify as Chinese ethnic origin. As such, the Golden village boasts a high density of, not only Chinese, but all variety of Asian shops and restaurants.

    Golden Village's approximate borders are Sea Island Way to the north, Garden City Road to the east, Alderbridge Way to the south and about 300 metres west of No. 3 Road to the west. Most commercial buildings are accessible from the west side of Hazelbridge Way.

    Golden Village is served by public transit, funded by TransLink. Since 2009, the area is connected to Vancouver and to central Richmond by the SkyTrain Canada Line, which serves Aberdeen Station within Golden Village. There are also bus connections in Golden Village to Richmond Centre, New Westminster, British Columbia, Steveston, the University of British Columbia and Burnaby, British Columbia. Golden Village is directly connected to Richmond's Sea Island, home to Vancouver International Airpor

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  5. Flag of Richmond, British Columbia - Wikipedia,_British...

    The flag of Richmond, British Columbia, depicts a field of gold surrounded by a thick blue border.In the centre of the field is a shield (the escutcheon of the coat of arms of the city of Richmond), depicting three Pacific Salmon fish on a light blue wave running vertically down the shield.

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  6. Richmond Centre (electoral district) - Wikipedia

    Richmond Centre (French: Richmond-Centre; formerly Richmond) is a federal electoral district in British Columbia, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since 1988.

  7. Richmond (British Columbia) - Wikitravel

    Dec 27, 2019 · Richmond is a riverine city within Metro Vancouver to the south of the City of Vancouver in the Lower Mainland. Comprising several islands, the city is protected by a system of dikes from the Fraser River's occasional flooding. Richmond has Canada's largest Chinese-Canadian population by percentage.

  8. Richmond Hospital - Wikipedia

    Richmond Hospital is the only hospital in Richmond, British Columbia, and is a large community hospital with 200 beds serving the needs of residents in Richmond, Delta, as well as travelers using the Vancouver International Airport and BC Ferries. It is a teaching hospital affiliated with the University of British Columbia.

  9. Richmond Secondary School - Wikipedia

    Richmond Secondary School, (commonly, Richmond High School and RHS) is a public, co-educational secondary school located in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, that educates approximately 1200 students from grades 8 to 12.

  10. Steveston, British Columbia - Wikipedia,_British_Columbia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Location of Steveston in Greater Vancouver Steveston, founded in the 1880s, is a suburb of Richmond in Metro Vancouver. On the southwest tip of Lulu Island, the village is a historic port and salmon canning centre at the mouth of the South Arm of the Fraser River.