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A local resident is concerned that nature is being sacrificed in the fast-growing neighbourhood.
Banning of UBC and the Vancouver Public Library shows pride society not open to diverse opinion.
The senior behind the petition is doubtful authorities will make changes to help patients.
The purchase of the Alder Inn and another site would allow for construction of rental units.
Funds raised go to the Langley School District Foundation food programs for local students.
Reader Sandra Steffan was grateful to see two recent stories in the Langley Advance Times
Liberal MLA Mary Polak lauds community efforts to make MRI suite and ER expansion possible.
Maybe everything doesn’t have to be demolished in the village
MP John Aldag defends the federal government purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
A local business owner said he receives more support from Airbnb and Expedia.
Fraser Valley Regional District needs to be included in the planning, a Langley man contends.
A local woman says fly only the municipal, provincial and national flags as they include everyone.
A Langley woman thanks the team at Al Anderson Memorial Pool for all they do
A letter writer speaks out against demolition of several buildings in the ‘birthplace of B.C.’
Langley letter writer pleads with drivers to drive with caution through new areas of development
One suggests demolishing dilapidated structures not worth saving, focusing instead on Bedford House
Another proponent speaks in favour of a train versus SkyTrain out to the Fraser Valley
Arguing rages on from both sides in regards reinstating an interurban rail system in the Valley
Brad Niessen suggests being aware of predators when walking dogs near Douglas Park
John Allan is in favour of tearing down some of the old, dilapidated structures in the village.