Matthew Claxton

Langley East Liberal candidate denies NDP accusation of homophobia over crosswalk vote

Margaret Kunst said she has worked with LGBTQ youth with her PuCKS charity

WEB POLL: Voting by mail or going to the polls in person?

The popularity of voting by mail has exploded this year due to the pandemic

Woodward filed Liberal nomination papers before brief NDP candidacy

Woodward said he was exploring the option of running for the BC Liberals

Bill Masse runs for Greens again in a different Langley riding

Masse will run in the Langley riding, not Langley East this time

Langley Liberal candidate answers questions online

An event tonight (Monday) includes Margaret Kunst

Painful Truth: Fire now, fire forever

We can adapt, and we can heal, but we can’t go back

WEB POLL: Should we allow private health care in B.C.?

The B.C. Supreme Court just ruled against the practice

Fire extinguishers recommended for condo dwellers

Langley Township looked at fire safety in condos after two fires in the City

Former Aldergrove property owners added to deck collapse lawsuit

There are now 23 lawsuits related to the collapse

Suspects sought in assault, boot theft

Langley RCMP are investigating two local crimes

Gold scammers take $500 from Langley man

A second attempt was rebuffed in Aldergrove

Similar “transition” plans for students across Metro Vancouver

Despite a ministry pledge of flexibility, there’s few differences between the plans

Accused in Langley triple murder back in court

Ebrahimian made a routine court appearance on Wednesday

Korean county donates masks to Langley

A local memorial has connected the two communities

Cyclists applaud bike lanes on new Langley highway crossing

The 216th interchange in Langley is the first to have physically separated bike lanes

WEB POLL: Is the 216th Street interchange positive or negative?

Will the new interchange improve local traffic?

Most Langley students back for first time since March

The Langley School District has detailed its Transition Support Model plans

Painful Truth: Damaged reality a real danger

Whether it’s QAnon or tax-avoidance schemes, too many people believe firmly in total nonsense

SFU housing expert explains Langley’s surprising real estate sales numbers

Why are housing sales still so high despite a pandemic and recession?

COVID risks too high, Langley education assistant says

The 67-year-old says she’ll retire rather than return to the classroom in Walnut Grove