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TOP STORYMarch 15, 2017.  MLA John Yap investigated for illegal campaign contributions by Elections BC, which  has collected evidence now handed over to the RCMP for review and possible criminal prosecution. The maximum penalty is one year in prison and a $10,000 fine.  In the picture, note Byng Giraud of the Mt. Polly mine disaster fame.  

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Other stories

2016 08 12 Richmond mayor wants foreigner tax on farms

2016 08 09 City Hall wages top $120 million

2016 08 09 City of Richmond staff in Rio to sell the ROX

2016 07 22 Vacancy/non-resident tax too bureaucratic: Mayor Brodie

2015 06 22 High-salary club grows at Richmond City Hall

2016 06 15 Expose our expenses, says Richmond city councillor

2016 01 15 Both young and old feeling the pinch in Richmond’s inflated market

2015 11 27 Day OK with ROX multi-million dollar price tag

2015 06 23 London politician’s labour roots don’t square with her silence amid city hall’s inside workers strike

2015 02 11 Richmond managers earn too much

2015 02 11 City’s high earners top B.C.

2014 12 17 Oval’s Olympic museum gets funding boost

2014 12 17 More money pledged for Richmond Olympic Experience

2014 12 04 Tax cut bid beaten down

2014 06 25 Salaries reach new heights at city hall

2014 03 26  Richmond’s staff salaries take a hike

2013 02 01 London firefighters’ union livid over deputy chief position, at $130,000 annually

2012 05 17 Meet the new boss

2012 08 14 View from the top

2012 10 17 Oval to build $6 million Olympic museum

2011 12 10 Pyramid of power is the place where leadership and ideas go to die

2010 08 17 DeCicco-Best tough to unseat as city’s longest serving mayor

2009 12 28 Boxing Day Quiz: Local

2009 12 09 Decade later, mayor covets job ‘forever’

2009 08 01 London’s star is finally rising

2004 01 07  City hall boss on stress leave after prank

2004 01 01 The lights went out, but they did shine

2003 03 06 Polling the Politicians – Skytrain or light rail?

2002 09 19 Payouts to city staff exceeded $1 million in 2001, Conferences account for bulk of senior staff spending

2002 06 06 City’s top boss stepping down

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