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Langley chief is new CAFC prez

Township’s Steve Gamble ‘humbled’ to represent Canada’s fire chiefs

Langley Township backs shark fin ban

After first rejecting a call for a ban on shark fins, Langley Township council has changed its mind.

Trucks, trailers and a large building are on fire at a massive fire in the Port Kells industrial area, which broke out Tuesday afternoon.

‘Fear bordering on panic’ at Port Kells fire

Inferno that destroyed Ken Johnson Trucking shop and tankers tops $1 million

Trucks, trailers and a large building are on fire at a massive fire in the Port Kells industrial area, which broke out Tuesday afternoon.

Township council pushing for bike lockers

New lockers will be at Langley Transit Exchange

Electric car recharging stations such as this one outside Surrey City Hall will be located at several locations in the Township and City by the end of March, 2013.

Charging stations coming to Langley

570 charging stations to be completed by March, 2013

Electric car recharging stations such as this one outside Surrey City Hall will be located at several locations in the Township and City by the end of March, 2013.

Forest watchers caught off guard by tight land purchase deadline

Organization has until Nov. 17 to buy $3 million North Langley property from Township

This map shows development plans for the former Tuscan Farms property.

Concerns about creek at development open house

Plans for 65 homes on a 32-acre plot of farmland in the North Otter area are shown.

This map shows development plans for the former Tuscan Farms property.
Langley Township Councillor Steve Ferguson is disappointed in a vote taken at UBCM to lobby the federal government on the decriminalization of marijuana.

Pot vote dismays Langley Township councillor

UBCM decision to lobby feds on marijuana decriminalization misguided, says Steve Ferguson

Langley Township Councillor Steve Ferguson is disappointed in a vote taken at UBCM to lobby the federal government on the decriminalization of marijuana.

Dry weather heightens fire risk

Citing "extreme" hazard, Langley cancels all burning permits

Sarah Clark of Vancouver Island rides Willie Katchem. Clark adopted Willie from Langley-based New Stride and is now competing in three-day eventing competitions across the province.

Horses reap bounty of harvest market

New Stride Thoroughbred Adoption Society hosting annual Fall Shed Row Market

Sarah Clark of Vancouver Island rides Willie Katchem. Clark adopted Willie from Langley-based New Stride and is now competing in three-day eventing competitions across the province.

John Beales Way unveiled

Airport perimeter road named for former Township mayor

Shark finning is ‘none of our business,’ says Township councillor Grant Ward

Township council feels it has no role to ban controversial shark fin soup

Langley Township, City part of pilot project

Both Langley's part of one-year project for Mobile Business Licences

A makeup artist applies the finishing touches to James Van Der Beek prior to filming on location in Langley in 2009.

Major film company set to call Langley home

First wave of employees of Partners in Motion/Harmony Entertainment due to arrive by Nov. 1.

A makeup artist applies the finishing touches to James Van Der Beek prior to filming on location in Langley in 2009.

FCM sounds alarm on failing infrastructure

$1.7 billion to replace Township road, water, sewer systems

Family members of the three workers killed and two permanently injured in the 2008 A1 Mushrooms Farms workplace accident stood outside the Surrey Provincial Court to voice their thoughts on the verdict last November. Owners of the farm received fines totaling $350,000 and no jail time.

WorkSafe BC acts on mushroom farm coroner’s inquest recommendations

Several recommendations from a coroner's inquest into the deaths of three Langley mushroom farm workers are being acted on.

Family members of the three workers killed and two permanently injured in the 2008 A1 Mushrooms Farms workplace accident stood outside the Surrey Provincial Court to voice their thoughts on the verdict last November. Owners of the farm received fines totaling $350,000 and no jail time.

16 Avenue proposal ‘treated as garbage,’ complains Fox

Council caught up in the wording of motion instead of its intent

Burying wires could cost Fort Langley couple $84,000

One residential property in the midst of a commercial area could face huge bill to bury wires.

Plans for an expanded Langley Events Centre, show the addition of two gymnasiums, additional change rooms and an indoor turf/dry floor field.

Mayor defends LEC expansion process

Jack Froese responds to critics who have denounced the $7.7 million expansion of the Langley Events Centre

Plans for an expanded Langley Events Centre, show the addition of two gymnasiums, additional change rooms and an indoor turf/dry floor field.

Langley Township considers tougher landfill policy

Langley Township council is acting to craft a new policy to regulate landfills on agricultural land.