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MLA, councillors and the public all weigh in on concerns about lack of provincial funding.
Showdown may not be to municipalities' benefit in the long run. Just ask school boards.
I'm somewhat reluctant to write about it, because it is so unique and lightly-used.
Langley organizing committee and volunteers made the event memorable.
Expansion of Roberts Bank wasn't considered by the federal and provincial governments to have any impact on Langley.
Good weather seems to have left many people with a renewed sense of optimism, which is always a great way to start September.
Big Langley City car show is set for Saturday, Sept. 6. Customized jeep shows how all ages can be part of it.
Citizens frustrated with council process and decisions come together to form "Unelection" group and set up website.
Prim minister engages in "unofficial camp[aign" at Langley Conservative barbecue.
Stephen Harper gives unofficial election campaign speech at Krause Berry Farms. Traffic in the area was congested.
Kwantlen First Nation member Brandon Gabriel played a key role in 75-day paddle journey.
She is complimentary towards board, but says she wasn't ready to make an additional four-year time commitment.
Inspection of dams and how spill will affect sockeye spawning are two questions at top of list.
Last of five new overpasses will open to traffic soon. Construction work is not complete on the overall project.
Township feels it won't be able to ask proper follow-up questions without more detailed answers to first questions.
It puts pressure on teachers and the B.C. Teachers Federation as well.
Golden state's growth is unsustainable if water shortages can't be alleviated.
Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce has been studying issue for several years
The ever-growing cost of housing in the Lower Mainland has the potential…
People in rural parts of Langley will face challenges seen frequently in Langley City.