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Richmond Review wins four newspaper awards

The Richmond Review has won four awards in the Local Media Association’s editorial contest.

The Review won first place in its circulation class for Best Special Section for the Green Edition. The Review also won third place in the same category for The Best of Richmond.

The Review also picked up second in Best Entertainment/Lifestyle Section for its Arts & Culture Edition and another second place in Best Young People’s Coverage for 30 Under 30.

The Richmond Review has also been nominated for a Ma Murray Community Service Award for the Ethel Tibbits Awards and a Canadian Community Newspaper Association award for Seung-Chul Baik’s photography of the Stanley Cup riot.

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