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The Trans-Mountain oil pipeline goes through both rural and urban areas of Langley.
The CEO was asked if Langley taxpayers received a level of service in proportion to the taxes they pay for TransLink.
More than 900 community groups in Langley are making the community a better place, and the vast majority are doing so "under the iceberg."
Only Councillor Grant Ward was willing to give the beleagured agency full support.
The Games will take place from July 11 to 14, 2013, and an organizing committee will be put together soon.
2012 budget calls for eight new full time firefighters one more RCMP officer and renovations to Murrayville firehall
Aldergrove soccer enthusiasts want to see a gravel practice area changed into synthetic turf.
Many developers doing business in Langley donated to council campaigns.
Among them, the three candidates for mayor spent more than $240,000.
The biggest spender was incumbent Bev Dornan, who received contributions of $19,675. Her expenses were $19,679.91.
Mulcair served as Jack Layton’s deputy leader and was a key factor in building the party’s profile and base in Quebec.
Gail Chaddock-Costello represented the NDP in the 2009 provincial election in Fort Langley-Aldergrove.
2011 census numbers reveal 10,451 population increase in Township, 1,475 in Langley City
The signed petitions were delivered to the respective city halls on Tuesday morning.
Superintendent Cheryle Beaumont is leaving Langley School District.
The Langley Good Times Cruise-In will be giving a total of $86,000 to a variety of charities.
A debate Tuesday between the three Township candidates and two City candidates was civil and respectful.
A total of 10 awards were handed out at the 15th annual Business Excellence Awards.
A group of Langley Townshjp council candidates are organizing a "meet and greet" event, so that potential voters can meet as many candidates as possible.
It appears that voters in Langley City and Langley Township will have many candidates to choose from in the Nov. 19 municipal election.