Pre-construction for Broadway subway, Surrey-Langley light rail gets approval
Journal of Commerce
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. - Metro Vancouver has approved a plan for $2 billion in transit and road improvements to be implemented as Phase One of the 10-Year Vision for Metro Vancouver Transit and Transportation, marking the beginning of a multi-year ...
- Ducklings find homes after Langley fostering
All of the nearly 200 discarded ducklings being fostered at a South Langley farm have been adopted to new homes. Julie Delisle said that the Abbotsford SPCA found homes for all 190 ducklings she had been caring for since just after Nov. 11. The ...
- Traffic study details speeding problem near Langley City playground
A passing vehicle is viewed through a climbing wall at the Brydon playground. A new traffic study has found most drivers are ignoring the 30 km/h speed limit. — image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times. 0 ...
- Langley Arts Council unveils 'Walkway at the Timms'
From right: Judy Vankevich, Sheila Patzke, Robin Bandenieks, Rosemary Wallace and Zuri Vankevich admire a drawing by Wallace. Wallace's piece is one of many on display in the Timms Community Centre, which now serves as a permanent gallery for the ...
- The Province
Langley school locked down after bogus story about threats from man in van
Douglas Park Community Elementary School in Langley was locked down for about 10 minutes Wednesday morning after some students falsely reported that a man yelled at them in a threatening way from a van. Langley RCMP spokeswoman Holly Largy ...
- Protests set over Trans Mountain in Langley
A protest and march against the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion will be held on Sunday, Dec. 11 in Fort Langley. The Kwantlen First Nation and the PIPE UP Network will gather along with members of the community. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ...and more »
- B.C. wood high-rise is the talk of Asia
Brock Commons, student residence at UBC, is the tallest wood-hybrid building in the world. An even taller one is in the works for Penticton. — image credit: Tom Fletcher/Black Press. by Tom Fletcher - BC Local News; Penticton Tsukuba Japan posted Dec ...and more »
- Langley Stampeders are back-to-back provincial champions
Langley Stampeders' Damen Norris (No. 43) helps bring down North Langley Kodiaks' Max Joseph (No. 5) with the Stamps' Owen Jenkins (No. 54) recovering the fumble. The two midget teams were playing in the BC Community Football provincial ...
- Langley senior's driving privileges reviewed after crash
An 83-year-old Langley woman will have her driver's license reviewed after she crashed her Buick into the back of a vehicle in Brookswood Saturday. — image credit: RCMP logo. An 83-year-old Langley driver will have her driving privileges reviewed ...
- Head of Tourism Langley resigns
The board of directors of the agency issued a written statement Tuesday morning that executive director Deborah Kulchiski is departing "in order that she may pursue other opportunities." "We wish Deborah every success in her future endeavors" Board ...and more »
- Housing sales diverge in Langley
Houses are still selling, but combined townhouse and condo sales outstripped them again in Langley. — image credit: Langley Advance files. 0. by Matthew Claxton - Langley Advance; Langley posted Dec 5, 2016 at 2:00 PM. Housing sales continued to fall ...
- 'Devastating' loss for Lightning
The Langley Christian Lightning senior girls volleyball team finished second at the BC 2A provincial championships. — image credit: Ben Lypka Black Press. 0. by Gary Ahuja - Langley Times; Langley posted Dec 5, 2016 at 2:00 PM. It was jubilation on ...and more »
- LAC to host first Christmas on King Street
On Saturday, Dec. 10, the Langley Arts Council will host the very first Christmas on King Street, a family-friendly event with an old-fashioned atmosphere. — image credit: Stock Image. by Miranda Gathercole - Langley Times; Langley posted Dec 5, 2016 ...
- Vandals spraypaint Frosty and businesses downtown Langley City
The snowman made for the Magic of Christmas event this past weekend was vandalized. There was also graffiti sprayed on nearby walls. — image credit: Heather Colpitts/Langley Advance. by Heather Colpitts - Langley Advance; Langley posted Dec 5, 2016 ...
- Langley man caught smuggling Blu-rays down his pants
A 47-year-old Langley man was caught at the Aldergrove border trying to smuggle 24 Blu-ray movies under his clothing last week. — image credit: Web image. A 47-year-old Langley man got in some hot water with U.S. Customs and Border Protection after ...
- Ginnetti's double OT goal completes Rivermen's epic comeback
Langley Rivermen defenceman Cameron Ginnetti scored the winner 3:33 into the second overtime period to lift the 'Men to a 5-4 win over the Coquitlam Express Friday in Coquitlam. — image credit: Langley Times file photo. by Troy Landreville - Langley ...
- Pedestrian critically injured in Walnut Grove crash - Langley News
A 64-year-old Langley woman was hit while crossing 208 Street on Sunday. The 80-year-old driver stayed at the scene.and more »
- Langley-based Giants up one, down one
Giants beat Brandon in overtime Friday on home ice, then fell to the Blazers in Kamloops Saturday. Goalie Ryan Kubic is credited with numerous saves in both games. — image credit: Gary Ahuja/Black Press. by Roxanne Hooper - Langley Advance; Langley ...and more »
- VIDEO: Langley blood drive in memory of Ron Dunkley - Langley ...
Mom takes part in event held to honor the late Langley City firefighter.and more »
- Parade brings Magic of Christmas to Langley City
Santa and Mrs. Claus waved to viewers of the Magic of Christmas Parade on Dec. 3. — image credit: Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance. 0. by Matthew Claxton - Langley Advance; Langley posted Dec 3, 2016 at 7:00 PM— updated Dec 3, 2016 at 8:03 PM.and more »
- Updated: Lightning set to play for provincial gold
Langley Christian Lightning's Brodie Hofer (left) and Reid Marriott team up to return the ball during their match against Pacific Academy on the opening day of the BC 2A senior boys volleyball championships at the Langley Events Centre. — image credit ...and more »
- Alicia needs a 'Big' to look up to in Langley
Heidi Dosch and her 12-year-old daughter Alicia Jensen. Heidi said finding a Big Sister for her daughter would show Alicia 'that she's important and she's special.' — image credit: Troy Landreville/Langley Advance. by Troy Landreville - Langley Times
- WITH VIDEO: Brenda Alberts Way signage unveiled in Fort Langley
Brenda Alberts — wife, mom, businesswoman, hockey fan and tireless champion of numerous local causes and charitable events — was honoured Friday morning at the Fort Langley Community Hall. A section of roadway in Fort Langley is now known as ...
- Operation Red Nose service cancelled tonight (Friday)
Operation Red Nose Langley-Surrey offers safe rides home to party-goers in the two communities. — image credit: Submitted photo. Langley posted Dec 2, 2016 at 3:00 PM. by Tom Zillich. Surrey Now. The local arm of Operation Red Nose has been forced to ...and more »
- Titans playing for fifth
Langley Fundamental Titans' Max Heppell (left) and Jacob de Wolff go up for the block against MEI's Colton Loewen during opening day action of the BC 2A senior boys volleyball championships at the Langley Events Centre. — image credit: Evan Seal Black ...
- Gun and ammunition seized from Langley home
Two guns and ammunition have been found, and one Abbotsford man arrested by the combined forces gang unit. — image credit: Special to the Langley Advance. by Roxanne Hooper - Langley Advance; Langley posted Dec 2, 2016 at 10:00 AM. Seizure of ...and more »
- Middle school model consultation under way in Langley school district
Langley school district is in the process of community consultation about implementing a district-wide middle school model. — image credit: Langley Times file photo. Langley posted Dec 2, 2016 at 11:00 AM— updated Dec 2, 2016 at 1:27 PM. The ...and more »
- Langley's Mallett qualifies for Scotties
Walnut Grove's Marla Mallett and her team have qualified for the 2017 Scotties BC women's curling championship. Team Mallett, which competes out of the Golden Ears Winter Club, earned their berth by accumulating points at various World Curling Tour ...and more »
- Cruise-In raised $46296 for local charities
Visitors checked out the collection of classic cars on display in downtown Langley City during the annual Good Times Cruise-In in September. Organizers announced Thursday that more than $46,000 was raised for charity this year. — image credit: Langley ...
- Langley gets normal Air Ambulance service
Air Ambulance service is back to normal in Langley and the rest of the Lower Mainland after a ruling by Transport Canada. Helijet International was temporarily barred from flying its Air Ambulances to Surrey Memorial or Royal Columbian in New Westminster.
- Langley man pleads guilty in bank robbery spree
A 28-year-old Langley man has pleaded guilty to a two-month bank robbing spree that took him across three provinces, including the Jan. 21, 2015 hold up at an Aldergrove TD Canada Trust. Shaun Cornish entered the guilty plea in Kamloops Supreme Court ...and more »
- Giants lose overtime heartbreaker to first-place Cougars
Radovan Bondra had one goal and one assist for the Giants Tuesday against Prince George. — image credit: File photo. The Vancouver Giants earned a point against the top team in the Western Hockey League Tuesday at the Langley Events Centre, but the ...and more »
- Updated: Langley reaction to pipeline expansion announcement mixed
Ottawa has approved twinning of the pipeline that send Alberta oil through Langley to fill tankers in Burnaby. — image credit: File. 0. by Dan Ferguson - Langley Times; Langley posted Nov 29, 2016 at 3:00 PM— updated Nov 29, 2016 at 9:15 PM. Byron ...and more »
- Three Langley teams in the mix for provincial glory
The Langley Events Centre will be volleyball central for the next four days as both the BC 2A and 3A senior boys volleyball provincial championships come to town. The championships begin today (Wednesday) and conclude on Saturday. And three local ...and more »
- Sister searches for witnesses to brother's near fatal hit and run
Surrey RCMP are looking for witnesses to a hit and run between two pick up trucks in the 19300 block of 96 Avenue at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 27. Glass from the mirror cut an artery of the victim, almost costing him his life. — image credit: RCMP logo.and more »
- Rivermen leading scorers off to camp with Canada West
Langley Rivermen forward Ryan Barrow and defenceman Cameron Ginnetti (photo below) are among the invitees to next week's Team Canada West training camp in Leduc, Alta. — image credit: Dan Ferguson Langley Times. 0 ...
- Vancouver Men's Chorus brings Christmas concert to Langley
This Sunday, the Vancouver Men's Chorus will be presenting an outreach version of their Christmas Concert in Langley. — image credit: Submitted photo. This Sunday, the Vancouver Men's Chorus will be presenting an outreach version of their Christmas ...and more »
- Livestreaming helps draw attention Langley animal shelter needs
Five puppies were brought in from Smithers and are looking for homes before the holidays, if possible. — image credit: Special to the Langley Advance. by Roxanne Hooper - Langley Advance; Langley posted Nov 29, 2016 at 1:00 PM— updated Nov 29, ...
- Bears set to play for provincial title
North Langley Bears running back Ethan Bernardin rushed for a pair of touchdowns in his bantam team's 25-13 victory over the Ridge Meadows Knights on Saturday at McLeod Athletic Park in the Valley Community Football League championship game.
- Murrayville Plumbing gives back, hopes others will
A Langley plumbing company has decided to donate five per cent of its income from November and December this year to the Langley Food Bank and they want to challenge other small businesses to do the same. Murrayville Plumbing owner Spencer Turley ...and more »
- Langley gutter company challenges others to open up hearts and wallets
Kymar Gutters Inc. co-owners Marcela Ferreira and Kyle Chester are donating dollars to various Langley charities and are challenging other businesses to do the same. — image credit: Troy Landreville/Langley Times. by Troy Landreville - Langley Times
- TransLink plan boosts Langley bus routes
Riders boarded a 555 express bus at the Carvolth Exchange Tuesday morning. The buses will run more frequently starting in the new year. — image credit: Matthew Claxton/Langley advance. by Matthew Claxton - Langley Advance; Langley posted Nov 29, ...and more »
- The Province
Man granted Canadian residency after years in Langley church wants to clear name
VICTORIA — A man who spent more than two years in a British Columbia church to avoid deportation from Canada on alleged terrorism links is asking the Federal Court to clear his name. Jose Figueroa says he will be in court Wednesday in Vancouver ...
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- B.C. tall trees help restore Japan's tall ship
George Omori of Western Forest Products' Japan office stands before the reconstructed San Juan Bautista, a Spanish ship restored with masts supplied from Vancouver Island after it was damaged by the 2011 tsunami that devastated the Japan's East Coast.and more »
- Langley's Rad Santa and gala net $50000 for sick kids
Twins Cancer Fundraising held two charity events at Potters on 192nd Street last Saturday. A Rad Santa photo session with ol' St. Nick during the day, and a long-table gala that same night. — image credit: Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance. by Roxanne ...
- VIDEO: Langley Community Chorus sounds like Christmas
The Langley Community Chorus brought the sounds of Christmas to the Willoughby Christian Reformed Church. The Saturday afternoon concert was the first of two scheduled by the 70-plus member chorus, a registered non-profit society. The next is set for ...and more »
Saturday Sports Roundup: Heat volleyball impresses, Warriors silenced in Langley
Three different players had double-digit kills for UBC Okanagan as the Heat took a four-set road victory over the Regina Cougars Friday night. The Heat could do little wrong in the first set, hitting .476 as a team while chalking up a 25-16 win. The ...and more »
- Tent cities show urgency for affordable housing needed yesterday: advocates
Ilona Schild (left) and Stacy Dubois have been homeless in Vancouver for five years, originally living on 135A Street in Surrey. — image credit: Ashley Wadhwani/Black Press. by Ashley Wadhwani - BC Local News; BC posted Nov 26, 2016 at 12:00 PM.and more »
- Economic growth forum focused on environmental sustainability
A panel comprised of Infinity Homes president Tim Bontkes, Clay Construction president Larry Clay, and Vesta Properties president Kent Sillars talked about green sustainable growth during the Nov. 17 economic forum hosted by the Township of Langley.
- Shop local this season, Township urges
The Township of Langley is encouraging holiday shoppers to think local this season, noting that for every $100 spent at an area business, $46 is recirculated in the community. — image credit: stock image. 0 ...
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