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Reader Poll

Langley has seen a murder, multiple shooting incidents, and even the arrest of people who were allegedly posing as police officers – all things that have happened in other Lower Mainland communities in recent weeks.

Anti-gang officers have said the gang violence has increased. Most of the murders and shootings have been “targeted,” with the people shot or shot at “known to police.”

But there have been incidents of innocent bystanders being shot and killed in the past.

Are you worried for your safety or your family’s safety given the increase in gang shootings?


Aisha Nicole Visram

Feb 15th, 2021

Charles Cuthbert

Feb 9th, 2021

Elsie Redekop

Feb 7th, 2021

Beverly Ann Sommer

Feb 4th, 2021

January 15, 2021 - Father and son, Gordon (Left) and Chris Denford, owners of Berwick Retirement Communities, outside their Victoria offices.  Don Denton photo

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