Natasha Jones

27 Township candidates field questions at sole candidates’ meeting

Wednesday's all-candidates meeting at Langley Events Centre went smoothly and was absent of heckling.

Sign damage all over Township

Candidate Dan Sheel has had 50 signs vandalized or knocked down, and 14 complaints lodged against him.

Rick Green

Inquiry into Green’s conduct put on hold

After majority vote, Township council places contentious issue in lap of new council

Rick Green
Langley bus exchange

‘The reality is that if we want better transportation in Langley, it comes at a cost’

Like a broken record, Langley politicians have complained for years that residents…

Langley bus exchange

Consult public about transit, TransLink told

Only weeks after Langley City agreed to pay $50,000 towards TransLink’s study for a transit exchange, Township council has agreed to contribute the same amount.

‘Rogue’ dials to 911 blocking legitimate calls

Trousers and purses that make rogue calls to 911 hold up genuine emergency calls to the E-Comm 911 dispatcher

What will inquiry cost, Green asks Ward

Mayor Rick Green issued a challenge to Councillor Grant Ward: Tell taxpayers just how much the inquiry will cost them.

Five chances to meet candidates in City, Township

At every election, the public is given opportunities to quiz candidates on issues that concern them.

Updated: Langley all-candidates meetings set

Langley Township all-candidates' meetings set for 2011 elections Nov. 19

Grant Ward

Council to vote on Green inquiry call

Grant Ward wants committee to look into mayor’s conduct

Grant Ward
Sukhi Dhami

No politicking for delegations to council

Residents upset with Mayor Rick Green may want him to resign, but they cannot use a council meeting for that purpose.

Sukhi Dhami
Terry Metcalfe

Langley Lodge not a destination, but a journey

WhenPeter Fassbender’s mother died, it brought comfort to him that she had died in a place that she had comfortably called home.

Terry Metcalfe

Wealth building production wants filming fees waived

Nearly $16,000 in savings would be returned to Aldergrove

‘An act of desperation,’ Green says of report’s release

There is “nothing new” in the Lidstone Report, Mayor Rick Green has said.

Township lawyer Don Lidstone ruled that the mayor misled his council and three lawyers.

Langley Ukulele Ensemble​ alumna Kendra Simonetto will perform at the Bell Centre on Oct. 15 as part of Exit 58

Strings together for ukulele reunion

Langley residents who have not yet had a similar experience with the four-stringed instrument, which got its name from the Hawaiian for ‘dancing flea,’ will have the chance at the Langley Ukulele Ensemble’s 30th anniversary concert on Saturday, Oct. 15.

Langley Ukulele Ensemble​ alumna Kendra Simonetto will perform at the Bell Centre on Oct. 15 as part of Exit 58
Elizabeth and Michael Pratt are leading a campaign to raise enough money to plant 157 trees in the Derek Doubleday Aboretum. The trees will be a memorial to the Canadians who died in Afghanistan between 2002 and 2011.

Siblings plant tree idea

Trees would be part of memorial grove to honour 157 Canadian solders killed in Afghanistan

Elizabeth and Michael Pratt are leading a campaign to raise enough money to plant 157 trees in the Derek Doubleday Aboretum. The trees will be a memorial to the Canadians who died in Afghanistan between 2002 and 2011.
Jack Froese

Froese calls on Township to boost economic activity

What is needed are strategies that will increase economic activity to reduce the tax burden on taxpayers, said Jack Froese.

Jack Froese
Aldergrove’s Cassandra Durkie (left) and Mission’s Kayla Kanoa tangle in division 2 women’s soccer at Jacvkman Park on Oct. 2. Aldergrove came out on top of the 4-3 final score.

‘Grove Scores 4-3 Win

Aldergrove’s Cassandra Durkie (left) and Mission’s Kayla Kanoa tangle in division 2 women’s soccer at Jacvkman Park on Oct. 2. Aldergrove came out on top of the 4-3 final score.

Aldergrove’s Cassandra Durkie (left) and Mission’s Kayla Kanoa tangle in division 2 women’s soccer at Jacvkman Park on Oct. 2. Aldergrove came out on top of the 4-3 final score.
Councillor Charlie Fox wants the Township to enact a policy that will place charity boxes in areas where the grounds around them won’t be neglected. He said the mess of mattresses

Charity box locations used as dumping ground

What should have been a depository for clothes and books for the less fortunate has become an eyesore in the middle of the countryside.

Councillor Charlie Fox wants the Township to enact a policy that will place charity boxes in areas where the grounds around them won’t be neglected. He said the mess of mattresses

Horse Federation expands its name and scope

Langley Horse Federation voted to change its name to the Langley Horse and Farm Federation.