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DeBoer looks to young voters

DeBoer looks to young voters

As one of the youngest candidates so far in the Langley Township council election, Tyler deBoer hopes to appeal to an “alternative and younger demographic,” and stir interest among the young to vote.
Bring respect back, says Penner

Bring respect back, says Penner

It’s time for a change, says Ben Penner, who hopes to bring “a respectful tone to council, working with integrity to bring back the democratic process to the Township,” if he is successful in the Nov. 18 civic election.

Long, Richter respond to Green

Councillor Bob Long says mayor’s assertion of coalition against him ‘absurd’

Bell not involved with new tower

“Bell is currently not building any new sites in the province of B.C.,” said Colin Lavery, national site acquisition and government relations manager for Bell Mobility.
Fish a reminder to use your brain around a drain

Fish a reminder to use your brain around a drain

Project aims to raise awareness about the hazards of dumping toxic materials into storm drains.
New marijuana dispensary proposed for Langley

New marijuana dispensary proposed for Langley

Service which was closed by police will be revived, meeting told
Malyk condemns tax increases

Malyk condemns tax increases

In the past three years, Township property taxes have increased by twice the rate of inflation, and that is inexcusable and will no longer be tolerated, says Vote Langley Now candidate Tony Malyk.
B.C. loses people to Alberta

B.C. loses people to Alberta

B.C. recorded a slight net loss of people migrating to other provinces in the first quarter of 2011, according to preliminary data compiled by Statistics Canada.
Dix urges public to cast anti-HST votes

Dix urges public to cast anti-HST votes

With just four days remaining for voters to decide the fate of the HST, NDP leader Adrian Dix was in Langley on Tuesday morning as part of a final push to convince residents to help quash the 13-month-old harmonized sales tax.
Metro Vancouver growth plan clears final hurdle

Metro Vancouver growth plan clears final hurdle

Strategy passes after holdout city Coquitlam signs on