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There will be only very limited access to the safe ride program in Langley and Surrey this year.
An event tonight (Nov. 16) showcases programs that help kids who have lost loved ones.
The new buses are expected to serve the 555 route from Carvolth.
A neighbourhood association is trying to bring its members info before an upcoming council hearing.
Organizers were pleasantly surprised as hundreds paid their respects.
A new manager has been hired for the course, closed for two years.
Langley’s Derek Cooke played a small part for the RCMP in the Middle East peace process.
The Glen Valley farm is hoping to eventually more than double its capacity.
Eric Woodward said a few buildings will be boarded up.
Local RV owners are trying to find inexpensive storage for their vehicles.
The bookkeeper of a defunct company is awaiting his court date.
One person was taken to hospital.
There won’t be any major changes made without consensus.
Langley’s Danielle Ellis is back from the Pan American zone games.
Though some were supportive, most speakers opposed a supportive housing project.
Firefighters offered a live fire demo and a chance to climb on their trucks.
The annual cleanup took place in the Fort Langley cemetery.
The change will affect children of immigrants up to 21 years old.
Residents for and against the project are planning to lobby local politicians.
The service industry in particular is seeing their labour pool shrink.