Super Grocer & Pharmacy have worked with Richmond Center for Disability to support and enable members of our community to become more independent. We employ people with disabilities throughout the store. Most have a disability that is not physically apparent, but they try with their heart in the tasks they do.
We would like to thank all our customers and patrons for their kindness, patience and understanding during their interactions with our valued employees.
Super Grocer & Pharmacy is proud to have earned Richmond’s ClimateSmart Business 2016. We are committed to improving our Green House Gas emissions. We have incorporated good energy conservation and waste reduction strategies throughout our business processes and have plans to continue to reduce our consumption of energy and materials.
Canada Day in Steveston Village is always a fun and exciting event. There are many activities, from the Canada Day parade to the Salmon Festival and many others.
Come prepared for a hot and sunny day. Wear a hat or something to keep the sun from shinning on your face and put on lots of sunscreen. Super Grocer & Pharmacy will have a pharmacist ready to advice you on the proper precautions to take.
We will have our famous hot dog sale. One + One for Two. Coca Cola + Hot Dog for $2. Come and treat the whole family of four for less than $10.
There are road closures. See road-closure-notice-2016
Many Thanks to DairyLand for gifting thirsty celebrants with Chocolate Milk. We gave away many in a very short time.
Grimms Fine Meats for their always yummy European Wieners. Thank you.
Continental Sausage for their generous Sausages – many celebrants tasted and ask where they came from. Thank you.
Freybe for the once again bringing their traditional excellence to celebrations. Thank you.
Canada Bread for each fresh Canada Day hot dog buns. Thank you.
A big Thank you to Coca Cola for the being Santa in July.
Most of all, to the celebrants from near and far who came for the rain and got sunshine and the pride of being Canadian. Thank you.
Art imitates life as Stage 49 returns to Steveston on November 12, 2015 as the village weathers another storm.
Look for these scenes on the TV series Once Upon a Time on ABC.
The demise of the Library clock, as the old Nikka building is portrayed in the show, may herald the departure of the series from Steveston Village. Once Upon a Time has been filming in the Village for five years.
For those that missed the eclipsing of the moon. Here is a photo that nicely capture the reddening glow.
Photo by Pc Wong in Ottawa, Canada.
Today we start a series of posts on the Celebration of Food in Steveston Village.
We shall review some of the restaurants, cafés and food places in the village. Follow us as well take an extended taste and savour of what Steveston has to offer.
For us, the village is comprised only of the area immediately adjacent to the river and sea, not the whole of greater Steveston. Bounded by Chatham Street to the North and East Hope Road to the East.
Addresses and phone numbers may be found in the directory on this website.
Great breezy, sunny day in Steveston.
Find Jess and tell him that “I love Super Grocer & Pharmacy!” and receive a hot dog and drink Free!.
Canada Day 2015 with Grimm’s.
Find Evie and tell her that “I love Super Grocer & Pharmacy!” and receive an ice pop Free!
Canada Day 2015 with Nestle.
On set instructions to some of the Seven Dwarves.
If you do not already know, Once Upon A Time is a TV series filmed in Steveston. On their second season, they are starting to gain a loyal following. If you come to Steveston on an opportune time, you may catch the show in action.
The Queen posing with a fan from Season 1.
Emma, Prince Charming and Snow White between takes.
Two locations from the show is decorated permanently, Mr. Gold’s Pawnshop and Storybrooke’s Pet Shelter( both are on Moncton Street and Second Avenue ) Or you can watch fans posing for pictures in good weather.