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The time is right to bring back the lost art of letter writing — even if it's just temporary
Will last week's mass killing at an Oregon college be the one that forces Americans to demand change? Sadly, not likely.
A few hours spent in a wheelchair was eye-opening, arm-challenging experience
Last week I spent a few days poking around one of my…
The photo of little Alan Kurdi is upsetting as hell but absolutely necessary.
The first day of another school year is nearly upon us —…
We can’t say we haven’t been warnedWhether it’s racing up a winding…
A report out of Ontario last week that Toronto’s Jewish community is…
Demand for blood donations climbs during the busy summer months
Overdue items from any FVRL location can be returned to the City library at no charge during regular hours
“I just need help,” she said, as her eyes filled with tears.Arlene…
Extreme heat, lack of rain could result in another fish kill, Langley environmentalist worries
Over 17 years, three Langley Township mayors were deposed by voters — and slates have been firmly rejected.
Scott Johnston takes over as Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce president
Ian Anderson told Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce members that oil from Alberta is not getting to market as quickly as it should
When shooting and gangland warfare breaks out in Surrey, it often has a spillover effect in Langley.
Despite many technological changes, the work we do is very important for our community.
It has been to Langley’s benefit to have two MLAs and one MP speak up for this community. We will be losing that over the next few years.
The proposed change in Langley provincial electoral boundaries has prompted a response from the Fort Langley-Aldergrove MLA
Four members of family killed in murder-suicide will be remembered at Bethel Mennonite church on Friday afternoon