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A former Langley Township staffer would like to see 16th Avenue safety issues resolved.
A long-time resident is critical of the motorists on local roadways.
Watching four friends be fired in a callous manner has a local woman questioning modern business.
The Langley Advance and Langley Times were amalgamated March 1, 2019.
The local MP is responding to a question on whether he would defy the PM over SNC-Lavelin.
A recent arrival to the community asks people to stop the insensitive questions and suggestions.
Mary Polak and Rich Coleman critical of several areas of the latest provincial budget.
Resource companies should have to foot some of the bill for climate change, a writer argues.
A local First Nations man questions why humans can’t move beyond fossil fuels.
A transit user writes how difficult it can be to get to and from transit after snowfalls.
A local writer is concerned tandem garages will be allowed in the redevelopment of Brookswood.
The new legislation is the biggest change to drunk driving laws in four decades, an MP argues.
A letter writer said the former federal justice minister is one of a rare class of politicians.
The tools of his trade were stolen in a vehicle break-in and will be costly to replace.
A Langley letter writer says the situation looks like a cover up.
A Township resident wonders whether a local Liberal MP follows the party line or not.
A Feb. 14 shoutout to the residents of Langley City and Township.
Edible marijuana products are being created with few rules and regulations, a letter writer says.
A local senior questions the negative-billing style of the tax.
A letter writer notes that many hospice groups opposed Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD).