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The Lemieux family, led by Peter (left), regularly pick up litter on 29 Avenue, between 272 and 264 Street, as volunteers with the Township of Langley’s Adopt-a-Street program. - HARRY HUNT PHOTO
The Lemieux family, led by Peter (left), regularly pick up litter on 29 Avenue, between 272 and 264 Street, as volunteers with the Township of Langley’s Adopt-a-Street program.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

The Lemieux family, led by Peter (left), regularly pick up litter on 29 Avenue, between 272 and 264 Street, as volunteers with the Township of Langley’s Adopt-a-Street program.

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