From our family to yours: MERRY CHRISTMAS

The team at the Langley Advance Times offers you wishes for a joyous holiday

Dear Readers:

It’s been an exciting year of transition and growth for the Langley Advance Times, and we want to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks for sticking with us through the changes and helping us to continue to serve and prosper as a long-standing business in this great community.

For those who are unfamiliar, or who may have forgotten, 2019 was a year of consolidation for us.

The Langley Advance, which had served the community since 1931, and the Langley Times (which has been around since 1985), brought the very best of both community publications together under one roof and under one new title – The Langley Advance Times.

We are proudly your media source for community news, reporting all things Langley in the print pages of our newspaper, as well as online 24/7 at www.langleyadvancetimes.com.

Keep us in mind if you have a news tip. Don’t forget to let us know.

You can drop in and see us at 20258 Fraser Hwy., you can call us at 604-533-4157, follow us on Facebook at LangleyAdvanceTimes, tweet us on Twitter at @LangleyTimes, tag us on Instagram @LangleyAdvanceTimes, or email us at tips@langleyadvancetimes.com.

We’d love to hear from you.

In the meantime, from our family here at the newly branded Langley Advance Times, we’d like to wish you and yours the very best this holiday season.

Merry Christmas to all…

Roxanne Hooper, Editor

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