Community

First-time Langley mayor’s gala raises $856,000

Final numbers are in for last month’s gala – $856,000 raised, $600,000 of which goes to hospital.

Make Halloween spooky but safe

Langley Township offers families advice to avoid festive dangers

  • Oct 16th, 2018

Aldergrove policing focuses on safety, prevention

RCMP Cpl. Kurt Neuman’s October update from the Community Liaison office

  • Oct 15th, 2018

Aldergrove Starfish program gets boost

Jazz Pilots for Kids donates $4,871 for after-school food program

B.C. brewery creates bread beer from food waste

The brew aims to raise food waste awareness and provide funds for the food bank

VIDEO: Langley brothers collect rides for refugees

Program that provides used bikes now in third year

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2018 Good Times Cruise-In Award Winners
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25th Anniversary of Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

Langley brothers get wheels rolling on annual Wheels 4 Refugees campaign

Used bikes, in good condition, are being collected, tuned up, and donated to refugees and homeless.

  • Oct 11th, 2018

VIDEO: Langley grows ‘em big – pumpkins that is

Extreme Langley gardeners showed off their creations during the giant pumpkin weigh-off.

Aldergrove school opens new playground

Shortreed Elementary celebrates after years of work pays off for kids

VIDEO: Fort Langley bash turns into Tiny Kittens fundraiser

An end of the season community party evolved into a charity event aimed at helping a local group.

Best-selling author, star athletes invited to inspire future leaders in Langley

Faith-based university and Basketball BC co-host leadership ‘superconference.’

  • Oct 10th, 2018

Aldergrove pensioner ‘Feels the Love’

Lennox and Gandy Installations provide free furnace to senior who is battling lung cancer

Aldergrove rec centre extends hours

Aldergrove Credit Union Community Centre facilities open sooner, stay open later

VIDEO: Fort Langley celebrates fall, cranberries with a huge party

WITH RECIPE: Nice weather drew record crowds to the 22nd annual Cranberry Festival on Saturday.

Nine-year-old history teacher inspires action at B.C. school

Daughter of residential school survivor shares powerful message of resilience

Cloverdale grandma, 96, proves ‘A Mother’s Love’ knows no age limit

Hazel Amos’ team will take on the Inside Ride to raise money for children with cancer

Big turnout for Langley’s homeless pet clinic

Pets owned by the homeless and low-income got free vet checkups.

4-H is a Canadian tradition

Youths can join one of seven 4H clubs in Langley district

COOKING IN LANGLEY: Meat thermometer is invaluable

Food columnist and culinary instructor Chef Dez offers some helpful hints for turkey time.

  • Oct 4th, 2018