PHOTOS: Crisis averted – rain threatened to derail Glow opening

Hundreds turned out to walk through Glow Gardens in Langley on opening day Nov. 23. The Christmas light festival remains open on three acres of the Darvonda Nurseries in Milner until Dec. 31. The first five nights, at least, were sold out. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)
Langley’s Christmas light festival at Darvonda Nurseries in Milner is back as a walk-through show

 

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Reader Poll

Newly installed B.C. Premier David Eby has begun passing his first bills aimed at expanding the housing supply.

The new legislation includes ending rental and some age restrictions on strata developments, along with potentially forcing local governments to meet housing growth targets.

Do you think these bills, and other proposed changes to housing rules that Eby has floated, will make a difference in the B.C. housing market?

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