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VIDEO: Editor Roxanne Hooper offers a weekly look at business happenings in Langley.
Craig and Karen Lepine are skipping their own teams in the upcoming BC masters curling competition.
The crew at the Langley chamber bring years of experience to bear.
A Walnut Grove country music entertainer is looking for participants for an upcoming romantic video.
Walnut Grove Secondary LEOs now raising money to ship most items south.
Porter’s coffee house introduces a new session for young and up-and-coming musicians.
Dr. Andrew Bennett will be at Langley’s TWU on March 9 to address the annual Mel Smith lecture event.
TONIGHT: Lunch, coffee, and dinner meetings tackle issues pertinent to a growing business community.
Someone in B.C. will loot and a rare chance to build a brand new business in Langley.
PHOTOS TOO: Most registered runners and walkers came out, despite ice from overnight snowfall.
At least 200 people came together Thursday to be recognized and thanked by the City of Langley.
People are slow to register for this year’s charity walk to aid the Salvation Army’s Gateway of Hope.
Wednesday’s trip down south to Portland proved a great evening for Vancouver hockey franchise.
Fine arts school grads Graham and Nelson Talbot partner with another set of twins on Crazy8s film.
Business advocates describe cancelling bridge tolls and highway expansion as ‘disappointing.’
A local communications manager joins 80 sleeping on the streets in Vancouver Thursday.
Birders are coming together in Derby Reach and Brae Island to search out fine-feathered friends.
A group of Langley grads work together to create a music video that augment their impending album.
Pets are not products, and those adopting should expect a 10-year plus commitment
Pets are not products, and those adopting should expect a 10-year plus commitment.