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The story of the feral cat that started fostering kittens touched people around the world
Big Brothers Big Sisters Langley wants people to get involved with its programs to change kids’ lives
Dogs interpret their world through their powerful sense of smell.
The public has opportunities for input at public meetings, with an online survey or via email.
A board member said the charity car show can’t allow burnouts for safety reasons
Dorothy Peacock Elementary has a new school playground thanks to broadbased support
Marion Dixon was honoured during Seniors Day at the PNE
The store is set to open in spring 2020 at Willowbrook Shopping Centre
IDEA 12 is for students in Grades 10 to 12 and the deadline to sign up is fast approaching
There will be distinctive vehicles on display along with live music, pinup girls, giveaways and more
The Know Your Neighbour campaign features volunteers knocking on doors for face-to-face talks
James Hill Elementary welcomed back students in a special way
Mike Hunniford had his paints and gear stolen from the downtown spot where he paints out of doors.
Once a year, the famous In-N-Out food chain travels north of 49th Parallel – specifically Langley
People can try their hand at ringette at a free Sunday event.
Peole can register in advance or sign up on the day of the conference.
The volunteer-run car show donates all proceeds to local charities: More than $1.3M since inception
The Aviation Explorations 12 course starts up in September and is open to Grades 10 to 12.
Spectators given a few tips for understanding show jumping at Sunday’s event at Langley’s tbird
The team made up of players from Langley and neighbouring communities are national champs