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Kelowna West voters to pick Christy Clark’s replacement in February

Premier John Horgan says while no date yet, he will call the byelection in early January.

Heated exchanges highlight fourth B.C. Liberal leadership debate

Feisty moments as the six candidates square off in Kelowna Saturday

Fort Langley builder and Township at odds over fate of century-old building

Eric Woodward says Township demands would force him to relocate heritage building

B.C. to end geographic area rent increases, close fixed-term lease loopholes
    Fog impacts ferry servies
      Upside down Christmas tree trend going viral
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          Langley RCMP would like to return your machete

          A found machete, stolen Christmas trees and some property crimes are being publicized by local police.

          RCMP honour Langley boy’s wish by continuing his toy drive for sick kids

          At the age of five and sick with cancer, Keian Blundell thought only of other kids

          Make it a Critter Christmas

          It’s been a rough year for Langley’s Critter Care, help them by Xmas shopping at their store

          Bobcats are a hot item for thieves in Langley

          Police say at least three bobcats have been stolen since October

          Township stocks up on salt, gears up for winter

          Township council didn’t increase snow budget for this year but roads staff feel ready

          Thieves used truck to steal entire community mailbox

          Witness said a flatbed was used to knock the box down

          Qualicum Beach mayor wants community fund disbanded

          Teunis Westbroek says committee is redudant with ICET

          B.C. residents rally for medication

          Cystic fibrosis patients from Vernon, Vancouver, Victoria among those rallying at Legislature Wednesday

          Updated: One injured in four-vehicle crash on 264 Street

          Intersection at 24 Avenue called crash-prone by area resident

          Langley’s school district looks for ways to add more staff diversity

          The board approved creating a new position to find jobs for people with developmental disabilities.

          Pipeline construction delayed in Langley

          Completion date for the Trans Mountain pipeline has been revised to September, 2020

          Court allows Maple Ridge tent city to stay and address “life safety issues”

          BC Housing will work with city, camp residents to instal modular housing

          Langley police warn of rental and door-to-door scams

          Victim of rental scam arrived at new home to find out it was never for rent