A September Like No Other

September is traditionally a time when we get back to work and get back to school after a enjoying a summer break. In many ways this September is no different as children return to school and parents get back to work. However I think we will all agree that things…

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Wright and Powell St. Construction Update

As area residents know, Council approved the reconstruction project for Wright and Powell Streets back in the spring of this year. Due to COVID-19 this project has been delayed from the start time that was originally scheduled for July. The project is proceeding and our staff hope to have the…

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Richmond Hill Offers More To Do in Stage Three

Richmond Hill, like other Ontario municipalities has been able to move to stage 3 in the reopening of more facilities and amenities that were closed down as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Below are the top seven things residents need to know about Stage 3 in Richmond Hill:    1)    Playgrounds…

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Orange Shirt Day – September 30

Orange Shirt Day is an annual event that began in 2013 to acknowledge the tragic legacy and impact of the Canadian Residential Schools system for First Nations, Métis and Inuit families and communities. The day is a time to wear an Orange Shirt to show our support for those impacted…

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Richmond Hill Village Core BIA Launches new Website

The Village of Richmond Hill Business Improvement Area Association has launched a new website to highlite the great businesses that are located in the Village Core area of Richmond Hill. In particular there are a variety of restaurants that are waiting to serve you with delicious and interesting culinary dishes.…

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