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Community action table initiates overdose response card project to save Langley lives

City and Township first responders will distribute resources to help people suffering from addiction

VIDEO: Eight-year-old moose, Oakleaf, euthanized at Greater Vancouver Zoo

A concerned visitor published photos of the ‘emaciated’ animal to social media on Monday

UPDATED: Langley-Aldergrove MP Tako van Popta responds to ‘Medicine not missiles’ protest

Protests against federal procurement of 88 fighter jets held across Canada, including Langley

Walnut Grove Townhouse Fire
Eight-year-old moose, Oakleaf, euthanized at Greater Vancouver Zoo
Medicine Not Missiles
Dog reunited with owner as Langley City condo gutted by fire

Elderly man taken to hospital after early morning fire in Langley

Multi-use building on 57A Ave near 198 Street caught fire shortly after 2 a.m.

  • Jul 24, 2020

Langley house fire blocks traffic both ways on 72nd Ave

Fire is out but crews remain on scene; traffic blocked both ways at 204th St

  • Jul 24, 2020

WEATHER: Chance of showers in the offing

Langley gardens may get a little sprinkling overnight and into Friday morning

  • Jul 23, 2020

‘Medicine not missiles’: Langley protestors call on federal government to cancel $19B fighter jet procurement

Demonstration planned Friday afternoon at Langley-Aldergrove MP Tako van Popta’s constituency office

Residents concerned for pets at Langley condo fire site

Animal welfare groups are able to help residents who are looking for their family pets

Photos of ‘emaciated’ senior moose at Greater Vancouver Zoo spark call to SPCA

Langley resident Shannon Marcoux was the first to speak out about the animal’s visible condition

‘Gentle giant’ Baloo finally ready for adoption at Langley Animal Protection Society

After being abandoned in January, the English mastiff has been diagnosed with wobbler syndrome

RCMP say no charges a year after drug raid due to “complex investigation”

Residents of a raided site tried to get seized property back via the courts

Reaching out in person, Langley City officials visit downtown businesses

The mayor, RCMP superintendent, and fire chief all took part in the outreach

Driver offers cash to be infected with COVID-19

The man hung around a Langley City business until police asked him to leave

No signs of Aldergrove’s new pool reopening this summer

Langley Township said it is considering reopening indoor pools for the fall

Temperature to feel like 30 degrees in Langley Tuesday

Overnight weather expected to be partly cloudy

Donations for Langley condo fire victims overwhelming

People and businesses have stepped up to help those who lost everything in Friday’s fire

Surrey drug dealer loses appeal in sassafras odour case

The aroma of sassafras led police to obtain a search warrant, the court heard

Engineer to examine fire-damaged Langley City condo

Repairs may be needed before investigators or residents can enter

Once-in-a-lifetime comet NEOWISE lights up Langley sky

NASA believes July is the best time to view the comet

Accused in Langley triple murder appears in court

Kia Ebrahimian’s lawyer says she hasn’t been able to meet with her client in person yet