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ALR subdivision nixed

Councillor Steve Ferguson called for a review of the Rural Plan at Township council on Monday.
Nearly $100,000 in grants for Langley's seniors

Nearly $100,000 in grants for Langley's seniors

Four agencies will share New Horizons federal funding
Anesthesia docs drop threat to delay surgeries

Anesthesia docs drop threat to delay surgeries

Group could still return to court in bid to authorize job action

May be time to leave Metro, Township mayor muses

The Township of Langley should seriously consider pulling out of Metro Vancouver Regional District and TransLink,says Mayor Jack Froese.
Abbotsford mayor calls for more pipeline information

Abbotsford mayor calls for more pipeline information

Bruce Banman does not oppose a proposal to expand the Trans Mountain Pipeline – at least not yet.

Tax increases enhance public safety

The unexpected cost of a pay increase for RCMP officers will mean a further burden of $50,000 on Township taxpayers.
Wrecking ball aimed at old Aldergrove Mall

Wrecking ball aimed at old Aldergrove Mall

Aldergrove Mall owners have applied for a demolition permit on the vacant portion of the almost 40 year old enclosed mall
Fraser flood risk elevated due to snowpack

Fraser flood risk elevated due to snowpack

River forecasters say much depends on spring weather, speed of melt
ICBC invests $509,000 to make Langley roads safer

ICBC invests $509,000 to make Langley roads safer

ICBC launched the road improvement program in 1989, and since then, has invested over $100 million in projects across B.C.
Class size no longer capped

Class size no longer capped

Under Bill 22, teachers will be compensated for classes that have more than 30 students