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Langley man happy to pay more for what he calls ‘quality’ of service
A local letter writer is concerned euthanasia and assisted dying will be misused.
A City taxpayer is critical of the sentimental decision making of one council member.
A Fernridge man doesn’t believe Township staff are equipped to report on climate change
Apprehension gave way to appreciation for one local woman who needed surgery.
SkyTrain into Langley City may be a bridge to far, as costs are ferried into the future
What happens to B.C.’s retirement towns when there aren’t any more retirees?
How do we build an eco-friendly community, develop housing, and preserve tree cover?
Banning of UBC and the Vancouver Public Library shows pride society not open to diverse opinion.
A local resident is concerned that nature is being sacrificed in the fast-growing neighbourhood.
The senior behind the petition is doubtful authorities will make changes to help patients.
The want ads changed the course of many people’s lives
The local agency needs better funding, or what good is it?
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.
This isn’t the time for a radical Indigenous rights agenda