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The royal train did not stop, but those who were present got a good look at the king and queen during their visit to Canada in 1939.
Overflow crowd at memorial service in Pitt Meadows on Wednesday.
After 24 years in politics, John Cummins has plenty of catching up to do on his South Langley property.
Rosa Coleman was a longtime English teacher in the Penticton school system.
Workers are not on strike, but are letting public know about impasse in contract negotiations.
Names change likely for two ridings, Langley City will be combined with portion of Surrey.
Longtime former Township councillor has many Langley City connections.
More voters took part in 2013 election in Langley, and there are still more votes to be counted.
Longtime MLA credits strong campaign that focused relentlessly on the economy
Pollsters and pundits had predicted an NDP win, but were proven wrong in Tuesday's election.
He plans to keep working on the issue, and will introduce new private member's bill on sex offenders.
Eight Langley candidates appear before voters at chamber-sponsored forum.
A visit from the premier, a nomination meeting and campaign office opening were all part of the day's activities.
Jack Froese and Peter Fassbender update Chamber on state of affairs in the Langleys
Langley MP mulls his options as doors to his private member's motion keep closing.
Mark Warawa has been working on motion for much of the past year.
Infrastructure program will help municipalities replace aging sewer and water lines.
BC Conservative Party leader talks about more oversight of government spending.
Christy Clark will be here for the third in a series of leadership luncheons on Monday, March 25.
Langley Board of Education agrees unanimously to stick with current school calendar.