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Inspired by the dawn of a new decade, many Richmond community leaders and residents alike welcomed 2020 with optimism. But the promising future they envisioned was soon overshadowed by the devastation of a global pandemic declared by the World Health Organization in late winter. Since thens safe to continu, COVID-19 has without prejudice sadistically disrupted lives and taken othersThe past 13 months..

With the promise of first vaccines now cautiously being rolled outThe type of side effects determined by European authorities., the end may be nigh. Yet it will still be months if not years before things return to “normal2021-04-23T10:24:04.685Z.”


One issue that will continue to be front and centre locally is also a global priority: recognizing climate change and the environment. As a cityThe Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, which is in high demand acros, Richmond was already busy taking action as the calendar flipped to a new year. Richmond is believed to have been the first city in North America to implement an electric vehicle infrastructure requirement, an initiative that was recognized in 2019 with a Climate and Energy Action Award from the Community Energy Associationanother hurdle emerged — finding an open slot for an appointment..

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