$30 million expansion of Langley Memorial Hospital ER announced
Dr. Bob Anthony (left to right), Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation's Vivian Smith and Jason Cook, the executive of the Langley Health Services and Langley Memorial Hospital, were on hand to unveil expansion plans for Langley Memorial Hospital.and more »
- Langley hospital gets $30 million ER
Dr. Bob Anthony, an ER physician for 40 years, was at the announcement Friday of a new emergency department for Langley Memorial Hospital. — image credit: Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance. by Matthew Claxton - Langley Advance; posted Mar 24 ...
- UPDATED: Langley Cruise-In car show eyes move to Aldergrove ...
Although still in the early stages, The Langley Good Times Cruise-In is looking to leave the City of Langley and move to the Township.
UPDATED: Langley Township mayor eager to host Cruise-In - NewsLangley Advanceall 2 news articles »
- Season one in Langley an off-ice success for Giants
The Vancouver Giants averaged 3,848 fans per home game this past season at the Langley Events Centre. — image credit: Gary Ahuja Langley Times file photo. by Gary Ahuja - Langley Times; Langley posted Mar 24, 2017 at 1:00 PM. Opening night of the ...
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VIDEO: Transportation corridors, transit dominate discussion at ...
Members of the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce got a peek behind the curtain at an upcoming Highway 1 widening project and learned that any hope ...and more »
- Letter: Experiences at two walk-in clinics time-consuming and frustrating
Editor: It becomes hard to focus on one subject when there is so many out there that need immediate attention. Recently, I went to a new medical clinic that just opened up in Langley because I had been told they were taking new patients. Wrong. That ...
- Tourney in Langley boy's honour surpasses $200000
Initiation-aged players battled for the puck on Saturday during the Jordan Owens Memorial Tournament, held March 16 to 19 at the Langley Sportsplex. The 17th annual tournament raises funds for the B.C. Children's Hospital Foundation in honour of Owens, ...
- Langley teen aims to play for Canada once again
Langley's Louise Forsyth is in Toronto this weekend as part of the Canada Basketball age group assessment camp. Forsyth is hoping to land a spot on Canada's U19 team for this summer's FIBA world championships. — image credit: Canada Basketball.
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Langley hockey team one step closer to the Cup
A Langley peewee hockey team is aiming for their own version of a double-double. The A3 Eagles are currently in Dawson Creek, competing at the B.C. tier 3 provincial championships. And while they go for gold on the ice, the team is also hoping to win a ...and more »
- Fake municipal worker makes rounds, pilfers from Langley restaurant
Mounties are warning business operators in both Langley and Surrey to be on the look out for a man pretending to be a municipal employee, who they believe is stealing employees' belongings. The warning was issued today [Tuesday, March 21] by Surrey ...and more »
- Langley woman sheds 100 lbs., shares her secret to success
Sandra Wiggins (left) after she lost 107 pounds. On the right is a picture of her before she went on a journey to lose weight. She has kept it off by using Curves' circuit training and proper diet. — image credit: Submitted photo. by Monique Tamminga ...
- Reported stabbing in rural Langley a 'fairly minor' incident - Langley ...
Air Ambulance initially called to stabbing in Otter that turned out to be a minor 'self-inflicted' incident.
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- Langley's Sclater caps career in familiar fashion
Trinity Western Spartans' Ryan Sclater played a key role in helping the school's men's volleyball capture the U Sports national championship over the weekend in Edmonton. — image credit: Gary Ahuja Langley Times file photo. Ryan Sclater knows how to ...
- Langley City condo could rebuild with sprinklers
The residents of the burned-out condos at Langley City's Paddington Station are waiting to hear if the rebuilt structure will have more sprinklers. The residents have asked the insurer to rebuild the structure with sprinklers on the top floor balcony ...
- BC Hydro to replace more than 200 power poles in Langley
BC Hydro crews will replace 216 aging power poles in Langley over the course of the next few months. Residents will be notified by phone or mail, or in person as service disruptions are scheduled to take place in their neighbourhood. — image credit: ...and more »
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SLIDE SHOW: Langley-built biplanes in France for Vimy anniversary
A squadron of replica First World War biplanes that includes three Langley-built aircraft has arrived at the airport in Lille, France, just in time for the 100th anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge. The two Sopwith Pups, built by volunteers at the ...and more »
- Roy Orbison tribute returns to Langley stage June 1
An upcoming Langley concert promises to be a trip down memory lane for fans of the late Roy Orbison. The Lonely — a tribute to the music of Roy Orbison — is a group of experienced musicians and performers who share a deep love and appreciation for ...
- Langley women open their arms to Apprentice challenge
The Total Makeover Challenge Langley Open Arms Team (from left): Darlene Jamieson, Kendall Ann, Bonnie Blanchard, Kristy Powers, Tammy Floyd, Cherise McGee and Shannon Witt-Janzen. — image credit: Submitted photo. Langley posted Mar 21, 2017 ...
SPCA seizes 17 animals at Langley property where 88 animals were seized last year
WATCH: Dozens of animals were seized from a Langley home. As Catherine Urquhart reports, this is not the first time the home has been visited. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by ...
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SPCA seizes animals from Langley rescue society for a third tim
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Langley property subject of another SPCA animal seizure
Sandra Simans, operator of 1atatime Rescue Society, denies the animals taken in the latest seizure were in distress and suggests the SPCA has a vendetta against her rescue organization. Francis Georgian / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print. A Langley ...
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- Rockets ruin Giants home finale
Vancouver Giants Ty Ronning (#7) and James Malm were big winners as the team handed out their year-end awards on Saturday night before the team's game against Kelowna. — image credit: Gary Ahuja Black Press. Langley posted Mar 18, 2017 at 10:00 ...and more »
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Buffalo Bandits outscore Vancouver Stealth at Langley Events Centre
The pendulum of momentum swung back and forth during a St. Patrick's Day clash between the Vancouver Stealth and visiting Buffalo Bandits at the Langley Events Centre. But a mighty swing in the third quarter knocked the Stealth senseless, and they ...
Attendance woes jump out after another Stealth loss to BanditsThe Provinceall 6 news articles »
- Langley Saints march to BC boys field lacrosse title
Snow covered the field at Dr. Charles Best Secondary in Coquitlam on March 1 as the Langley Saints took on the Terry Fox Ravens in B.C. high school boys field lacrosse tournament play. — image credit: Submitted photo. by Troy Landreville - Langley Times
- Langley Times
VIDEO: Forty years of helping Langley children and families
It's been four decades since Jim Smith and Fred West started working with children and families at Langley Youth and Family Services (LYFS) and the two counsellors are still on the job. The office marked it's 40th anniversary on March 1, with Smith ...
- Tourism Langley calls for board nominations
Tourism Langley is calling for nominations for several seats at its annual general meeting next month, in the wake of turmoil on the board. Former board chair Teri James recently resigned, alongside some other senior board members. The local tourism ...
- Superstore latest grocer to offer wine sales in Langley
Steven Brown (centre, left), Fraser Valley representative for Peller Estates, and Carol Hoeree (centre, right), offer samples of a Red Rooster VQA to Langley MLA Mary Polak (right), and Chris Smith, director of government relations for Loblaw, during ...
- Overdose crisis continues in Langley
Naloxone training has been offered around Langley to try to save people from fatal overdoses. — image credit: Langley Advance files. by Matthew Claxton - Langley Advance; Langley posted Mar 17, 2017 at 11:00 AM. Langley has already seen six people ...and more »
- The Globe and Mail
Supreme Court to hear Langley, BC warrantless-search case Friday
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The Supreme Court of Canada will rule on Friday on a case in which police entered a Langley, B.C., home without a search warrant, and one of the intervenors says the court will determine whether attempting to seize a small amount of drugs justified ...
- Langley Times
VIDEO: Lightning strikes make for 'wild night' in south Langley
What started out as a humdrum Wednesday night turned out to be an electrifying — and terrifying — experience for a Brookswood couple. A lightning storm targeted Jurgen and Dale Peter's property at 199A Street and 33A Avenue, ripping bark off a 100 ...
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VIDEO: Langley teacher who fought and won 1939 bargaining battle honoured with plaque
In 1939, a 24-year-old woman was supposed to be ladylike and defer to authority, especially if she happened to be a school teacher. But Connie Jervis, the president of the newly-formed Langley Teachers Association (LTA), had a stubborn streak. So when ...
- Why there are holes in the Fort Langley National Historic site parking lot
Crews were digging up the parking lot of the historic Fort Langley site in search of artifacts. — image credit: Supplied. by Dan Ferguson - Langley Times; Fort Langley posted Mar 15, 2017 at 5:00 PM. Workers were digging up the visitor parking lot at ...and more »
- Crash snarls traffic in Langley
This crash took place at the intersection of 204 Street and 62 Avenue around 2 p.m. Wednesday. Not 10 minutes after this crash, a vehicle rear-ended an SUV. — image credit: Tammy Berry/Langley Times. by Monique Tamminga - Langley Times; Langley ...
- Langley musician Jeremy Allingham playing benefit show to fight overdose crisis
Langley musician Jeremy Allingham is holding a benefit concert to support independent harm reduction organizations. — image credit: Photo courtesy JR Media Group. With 914 dead in 2016 and another 116 dead in the first month of 2017, the opioid ...
- Friday night fights return to Langley's Coast Hotel
Amateur boxing returns to the Coast Hotel next door to the Cascades Casino on Friday. — image credit: Submitted photo. Langley posted Mar 15, 2017 at 12:00 PM. Leather will be traded inside the Coast Hotel on St. Paddy's Day, as amateur boxing returns ...
- Prince George Citizen
Balcony sprinklers to be required for four-storey wood-frame buildings
The provincial government has announced fire sprinklers will be required on the balconies of all new four-storey wood-frame residential buildings effective July 20. The update to the BC Building Code comes after the Dec. 11 Paddington Station fire that ...
Langley condo fire prompts changes to sprinkler rulesLangley Advanceall 7 news articles »
- Homeless count aims to identify region's most vulnerable citizens
Dozens of volunteers took to Langley's wet and cold streets and wooded areas, looking under bridges, at back alleys and under stairwells on Wednesday, March 8, in search of people who are homeless. The previous day, more than 1,200 volunteers were out ...and more »
- Langley Memorial Hospital heritage committee on the hunt for historic artifacts
Partnering with the Langley Heritage Society, we are gathering mementos and artifacts of our hospital and the people who have been instrumental in its founding and operation. The committee believes it is important to preserve the history of past ...
- Times Colonist
Langley couple plans new home, truck after $7-million lottery win
Richard Bourgeois and partner Michelle Wishard are on the lookout for a new home to replace their eight-metre travel trailer. Nothing fancy, just something clean ...and more »
Langley couple wins $7 million in 6/49 lotto
A Langley couple is smiling but still in shock after winning $7 million in last week's Lotto 6/49 draw. Richard, 48, and Michelle, 43, said the win hasn't sunk in but one thing they know is they won't have to worry about much regarding money. “I ...
Langley couple win $7 million Lotto 6/49 drawLangley Times
Langley couple plans new home, new truck after $7-million lottery paydayVancouver Sun
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- Three Tourism Langley board members resign
Tourism Langley chair Teri James, treasurer Karen Long and director Lynn Whitehouse have resigned from the Destination Marketing Organization. Their last day was March 8. “Future board members will have a direct say in how our region is presented in ...
Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser memorializes Langley's Scott Trapp, a 'super kind guy' - Langley TimesCanadian Cancer Society fundraiser memorializes Langley's Scott Trapp, a 'super kind guy'
The Scott Trapp Stick-It to Cancer Memorial Tournament is a ball hockey event at UBC happening this Saturday at UBC, and each year raises funds for the BC Cancer Society in memory of Scott Trapp (pictured) who died from cancer on Dec. 26, 2014.and more »
- Ice bombs don't plague Langley's Golden Ears bridge
Length and placement of Golden Ears Bridge cables could be why the bridge from Langley to Pitt Meadows hasn't been hit by ice bombs. — image credit: Langley Advance files. by Ashley Wadhwani - Langley Advance; Langley posted Mar 10, 2017 at 11:00 ...
- Langley Times
PHOTOS: BC Boys High School Basketball Championship results
This week was a busy one for hundreds of high school boys across B.C. as March madness stopped through Langley for the 48th annual B.C. boys high school basketball championships. The four days of competition ended Saturday night, with the Walnut ...
THEY'RE NO. 1: Langley boys win provincial basketball championshipsLangley Advance
Langley beats Kelowna Owls for BC hoop crownKelowna Capital Newsall 8 new
- A face off the rails
Langley's Keltie Farrell, 4, rides Car 1225 with her grandmother Delphine Dewar during the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society's Volunteer Open House on March 11. The non-profit society restores and operates the remaining BC Electric Railway ...and more »
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VIDEO: Kitten roundup in Langley rescues strays and abandoned
"Roo" the kitten calmly curled up in her carrying case following her arrival at the Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS) Saturday. The first cat to be collected during the LAPS Kitten Roundup was turned in by her owner, who had taken good care of ...
World watches as kittens and mama cats surrendered to Langley shelterLangley Advanceall 2 news articles »
- Chiefs blow three goal lead as Rivermen extend series
Carver Watson of the Chilliwack Chiefs battles Eric Butte of the Langley Rivermen for the puck during Game 5 of the first round of BCHL playoffs at Prospera Centre on Friday. — image credit: JENNA HAUCK/ THE PROGRESS. by Eric Welsh - Chilliwack ...and more »
- Aldergrove Star
New 15-bed hospice to open in Langley in 2019
Robert Carpenter, board vice president of the Langley Hospice Society, was one of several enthusiastic speakers at a Friday morning press conference announcing a new 15-bed hospice for Langley. — image credit: Miranda GATHERCOLE/Langley Times.
Langley Hospice gets $5 million in funding for new buildingLangley Advanceall 3 news articles »
- Traktors continue impressive season
For the fourth time this season, the Langley bantam C4 Traktors have claimed gold. The team's most recent victory was March 3 to 5 at the Shuswap Lake in Salmon Arm. — image credit: submitted photo. Langley posted Mar 10, 2017 at 9:00 AM. The Langley ...
- RCMP issue dozens of tickets during distracted driving blitz ...
One-hour campaign caught many infractions, including 30 drivers using cellphones.and more »
- Announcement expected at Langley Hospice Society
Langley Hospice Society is hoping for good things to come from an announcement scheduled for Friday morning. “We're hopeful of some good news on the hospice and palliative care front,” said Shannon Todd Booth, spokesperson for the Langley Hospice ...
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