Brenda Anderson

Statue of Lady Justice outside B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo by Tom Zytaruk)

Eight year sentence for attempt to smuggle $1.5M in meth into country on Canada Day

Judge says 49-year-old Rajkumar Subramaniam was ‘old enough to know better’

Statue of Lady Justice outside B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster. (File photo by Tom Zytaruk)
COLUMN: Punches are flying in Surrey over ride-hailing, but it’s an uneven match

COLUMN: Punches are flying in Surrey over ride-hailing, but it’s an uneven match

Like other businesses that face internet-based competition, the taxi industry must adapt

COLUMN: Punches are flying in Surrey over ride-hailing, but it’s an uneven match
Now in its third year, the Christmas Card Collective aims to see 10,000 cards filled and delivered to people sleeping in shelters this holiday season. (Contributed photo)

B.C. woman puts call out for 10,000 personal, heartfelt Christmas cards for the homeless

Christmas Card Collective enters into third year of making spirits bright

Now in its third year, the Christmas Card Collective aims to see 10,000 cards filled and delivered to people sleeping in shelters this holiday season. (Contributed photo)
Bhavkiran (Kiran) Dhesi in a photo released by the RCMP.

VIDEO: Third person charged in death of B.C. teen found in torched SUV

Inderdeep Kaur Deo facing charge of accessory after the fact to murder

Bhavkiran (Kiran) Dhesi in a photo released by the RCMP.
Popular US burger chain In N Out returns to Langley for the annual Good Times Cruise In Langley Times file photo.

In N Out still a Cruise-In fan favourite

US burger chain will serve double doubles until supplies run out tomorrow

Popular US burger chain In N Out returns to Langley for the annual Good Times Cruise In Langley Times file photo.
Column: The (not so) true path to happiness

Column: The (not so) true path to happiness

If sound advice isn’t coming from a verified source, how much value can it really have?

Column: The (not so) true path to happiness
‘Yes it was driven here’ reads the sign on the dash of an eye-catching 1929 Ford Model A on display at the 2017 Langley Good Times Cruise-In. The annual car show returns to Aldergrove Sept. 8. Langley Times file photo

Cruise-In rolls into Aldergrove next weekend

Police promise stepped-up enforcement to ensure family-friendly event remains safe

‘Yes it was driven here’ reads the sign on the dash of an eye-catching 1929 Ford Model A on display at the 2017 Langley Good Times Cruise-In. The annual car show returns to Aldergrove Sept. 8. Langley Times file photo
Inaugural Fraser Valley Comedy Festival drawing talent from across Canada

Inaugural Fraser Valley Comedy Festival drawing talent from across Canada

Two shows scheduled for Langley during nine-day festival in October

Inaugural Fraser Valley Comedy Festival drawing talent from across Canada
There is no shortage of baby skunks in care this year at Critter Care Wildlife Society. On July 21 and 22 the south Langley facility will host its 19th annual open house. Guided tours of the animal enclosures will be offered throughout the two-day event. Submitted photo

Critter Care annual open house set for July 21 and 22

Guided tours offered during South Langley wildlife facililty fundraiser

There is no shortage of baby skunks in care this year at Critter Care Wildlife Society. On July 21 and 22 the south Langley facility will host its 19th annual open house. Guided tours of the animal enclosures will be offered throughout the two-day event. Submitted photo
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Supreme Court of Canada rules against TWU in fight over law school

Law Societies in B.C. and Ontario say Langley university’s community covenant is discriminatory

Google Street View
A home where the buffalo roam

A home where the buffalo roam

Brad Bennik and Matt VanRookhuyzen are the first local farmers to raise water buffalo commercially

A home where the buffalo roam
Fire crews and RCMP responded to a crash on 36 Avenue in Brookswood Thursday afternoon. A speeding vehicle plowed into parked cars on the road. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

UPDATE: High speed crash closes Brookswood street

Driver with L licence sped through 30 km/h zone before crashing into cars, power pole

Fire crews and RCMP responded to a crash on 36 Avenue in Brookswood Thursday afternoon. A speeding vehicle plowed into parked cars on the road. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Web Poll: Is it time for the Township to finish widening 208 Street?

Web Poll: Is it time for the Township to finish widening 208 Street?

Should the Township step in and complete the expansion of 208 Street…

Web Poll: Is it time for the Township to finish widening 208 Street?
About 300 people attended a forum at Credo Christian elementary to protest a Fraser Health edict that allows medically assisted dying in hospices. On Wednesday, Langley Hospice Society Board of Directors issued a formal statement, opposing the policy.                                Photo supplied

Langley Hospice issues formal statement opposing MAiD directive

Board of directors responds to ‘groundswell of opposition’ from community and volunteers

About 300 people attended a forum at Credo Christian elementary to protest a Fraser Health edict that allows medically assisted dying in hospices. On Wednesday, Langley Hospice Society Board of Directors issued a formal statement, opposing the policy.                                Photo supplied
Tireless Langley volunteer and environmentalist passes away

Tireless Langley volunteer and environmentalist passes away

Celebration of life for Rhys Griffiths will be held Feb. 10 at St George’s Anglican Church

Tireless Langley volunteer and environmentalist passes away
A challenge to common sense

A challenge to common sense

If the Internet had existed in the 1930s, when people flicked on…

A challenge to common sense
Letter: Owner of lost locket makes plea for its return

Letter: Owner of lost locket makes plea for its return

Editor: On Wednesday, Jan. 10, somewhere between three stores — Otter Co-op,…

Letter: Owner of lost locket makes plea for its return
Reader photo of the week: Jan. 12

Reader photo of the week: Jan. 12

BITING COLD: Langley Camera Club member Tom Truss titled this photo ‘Mother…

Reader photo of the week: Jan. 12
The City of Langley was ranked the sixth ‘most dangerous’ community in Canada by MacLean’s magazine. The national newsmagazine used police-reported crime data from 2016 to compile its results. The City fared worst in areas of property crime — robbery and break and enter. File photo

Langley City among top 10 ‘most dangerous’ in Crime Severity Index

Break & enter, robbery stats push city to sixth place nationally, according to MacLean’s magazine

The City of Langley was ranked the sixth ‘most dangerous’ community in Canada by MacLean’s magazine. The national newsmagazine used police-reported crime data from 2016 to compile its results. The City fared worst in areas of property crime — robbery and break and enter. File photo
One more reason to plan ahead

One more reason to plan ahead

Operation Red Nose will be missed in Langley and Surrey this holiday season

One more reason to plan ahead