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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

Hong Kong bans Air Canada flights from Vancouver for 2 weeks

Hong Kong bans Air Canada flights from Vancouver for 2 weeks

The ban is in effect from Oct. 16 to 29
Richmond's single-use plastic ban to come into effect next year

Richmond's single-use plastic ban to come into effect next year

The new bylaw will come into effect in March 2022, but won't be enforced until September of that year
YVR unveils plan to reach net zero emissions by 2030

YVR unveils plan to reach net zero emissions by 2030

The airport authority emits between 10-12,000 carbon emissions each year
Police watchdog called in after man with weapon shot by Richmond Mounties

Police watchdog called in after man with weapon shot by Richmond Mounties

Richmond RCMP were responding to calls of a "man with a weapon"
RCMP warn of costly online romance scams

RCMP warn of costly online romance scams

Between January and August 2021, 213 victims across the Lower Mainland lost $22,463,510.
Richmond-based rabbit rescue says it can no longer take in new rabbits

Richmond-based rabbit rescue says it can no longer take in new rabbits

Rabbitats Rescue Society says there’s little to celebrate on International Rabbit Day
Survey finds many British Columbians who drive for work believe crashes can’t be avoided

Survey finds many British Columbians who drive for work believe crashes can’t be avoided

Many of B.C.’s estimated 2.5 million workers drive every day at work, according to Road Safety at Work, including truck and delivery drivers, community health care workers and sales reps, among others
Richmond, Burnaby men facing drug trafficking charges in Saskatchewan

Richmond, Burnaby men facing drug trafficking charges in Saskatchewan

Police seized more than 3.3 kilograms of cocaine, 758.63 grams of methamphetamine and 20,000 unstamped illegal cigarettes.
Employment scams on the rise during COVID-19: Better Business Bureau

Employment scams on the rise during COVID-19: Better Business Bureau

The bureau said that identity theft is a common outcome of job scams, as scammers often steal job seekers’ personal information in order to open bank accounts to further their fraud.
London Drugs implementing mandatory vaccination policy for employees

London Drugs implementing mandatory vaccination policy for employees

The new policy, which requires all employees to be fully vaccinated with a Health Canada approved vaccine, kicks in Nov. 1