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Kirsten Clarke

Kirsten Clarke

Kirsten Clarke is a digital reporter covering general news for the Richmond News.

Recent Work by Kirsten

Latest school exposures in Richmond

Latest school exposures in Richmond

Dr. Bonnie Henry has said there's been limited transmission of COVID-19 in B.C. schools
Protestors on 4-day climate march unable to walk through Massey Tunnel

Protestors on 4-day climate march unable to walk through Massey Tunnel

The group is heading to Victoria where they will nail a “Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill” to the doors of the BC legislature
210 new COVID-19 cases reported over past week in Richmond

210 new COVID-19 cases reported over past week in Richmond

In total, 3,214 cases of COVID-19 have been detected in Richmond since the start of the pandemic
Video: Flooding in Richmond after car hits fire hydrant

Video: Flooding in Richmond after car hits fire hydrant

Richmond Mounties have closed Alderbridge Way at Hazelbridge Way
12-year-old cyclist gets new bike from Richmond non-profit, RCMP

12-year-old cyclist gets new bike from Richmond non-profit, RCMP

The 12-year-old was hit by a white SUV last month while riding his bike
City of Richmond targets several road improvement projects

City of Richmond targets several road improvement projects

ICBC could provide some funding for the projects through its road improvement program
Prioritize YVR and other border officers in vaccine rollout: CBSA union

Prioritize YVR and other border officers in vaccine rollout: CBSA union

CBSA officers should be prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the union
Steveston farmers market set to re-open

Steveston farmers market set to re-open

10 markets are on the calendar for this year's Steveston Farmers and Artisans Market
RCMP appeal for witnesses after cyclist hit by pickup truck towing 'large trailer'

RCMP appeal for witnesses after cyclist hit by pickup truck towing 'large trailer'

A female cyclist was hit by a pickup truck towing a trailer on River Drive
British Columbians aged 60 and older can now register for COVID-19 vaccinations

British Columbians aged 60 and older can now register for COVID-19 vaccinations

People born in 1961 or earlier can register for an appointment