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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

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
Life-saving public defibrillators installed in Richmond

Life-saving public defibrillators installed in Richmond

St. John Ambulance BC and Yukon has installed two publicly-accessibly AED stations in Richmond, part of the charity's Start Me Up BC campaign
Record number of COVID-19 cases detected in Richmond

Record number of COVID-19 cases detected in Richmond

Since the start of the pandemic, 3,003 COVID-19 cases have been detected in Richmond
Frontline childcare workers in Richmond anxiously waiting for COVID-19 vaccine

Frontline childcare workers in Richmond anxiously waiting for COVID-19 vaccine

There's no word yet on when B.C. will restart its frontline worker vaccine program, which included childcare staff
B.C. seeks forfeiture of silver bars, cash, cars seized during Richmond drug lab raids

B.C. seeks forfeiture of silver bars, cash, cars seized during Richmond drug lab raids

Three alleged drug labs were raided as part of a Richmond RCMP investigation last year
COVID-19 exposure at Richmond elementary school

COVID-19 exposure at Richmond elementary school

There has been a COVID-19 exposure at Kingswood elementary
VCH warns of COVID-19 exposures at 8 Richmond schools

VCH warns of COVID-19 exposures at 8 Richmond schools

COVID-19 cases, including variants of concern, have been on the rise across Metro Vancouver and B.C.