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Vikki Hui

Vikki Hui

Vikki Hui is a digital reporter at Richmond News with a focus on courts, community issues and local arts. She grew up in Hong Kong and has a passion for documenting the local feral bunny population.

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vhui@richmond-news.com

Recent Work by Vikki

Reversal on B.C. hub model, autism funding leaves some kids behind

Reversal on B.C. hub model, autism funding leaves some kids behind

B.C. Premier David Eby's announcement came with 'no timelines and no tangible budget,' advocate
New B.C. premier reverses autism funding overhaul

New B.C. premier reverses autism funding overhaul

Advocates are celebrating David Eby's decision to maintain individualized autism funding.
Richmond trustee candidate sends unsolicited photos of trans youth to teacher

Richmond trustee candidate sends unsolicited photos of trans youth to teacher

‘What made him think I needed to receive this,’ said teacher.
Health Canada warns of counterfeit COVID-19 rapid test kits

Health Canada warns of counterfeit COVID-19 rapid test kits

People suspecting they have counterfeit kits should not use them and can report them to Health Canada.
Union’s case against Coca Cola’s mandatory vaccination policy dismissed, again

Union’s case against Coca Cola’s mandatory vaccination policy dismissed, again

Employee from Richmond facility who refused vaccination referenced Bill Gates in his evidence.
Local union split amidst negotiations with Richmond Superstore owner Loblaw’s

Local union split amidst negotiations with Richmond Superstore owner Loblaw’s

Some members take to Facebook to challenge their own leadership.
YVR's newly expanded international terminal is up and running

YVR's newly expanded international terminal is up and running

Pier D is the airport's largest terminal expansion, said YVR.
Update: BC Ferries fined over $600K after worker drowns in Richmond

Update: BC Ferries fined over $600K after worker drowns in Richmond

BC Ferries paid the fine using operating budget, after WorkSafeBC identified high-risk violations.
B.C. honouring Japanese Canadian legacies with new fund

B.C. honouring Japanese Canadian legacies with new fund

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the internment of Japanese Canadians across the province.
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