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Fuel prices seem to remain stubbornly high in many places of B.C.
A former resident must still commute to Langley for work and finds the drive worsening
Changes to the building code mean taller wooden buildings
The residents fought for a park for years and now the Township says it’s underutilized
In the letters pages of the community paper locals have been debating how beliefs change over time
A local letter writer argues for the arboretum to be left as a quiet space on Remembrance Day
What is it about Trump and Cherry that make them such… Donalds?
The disease puts her child’s life in jeopardy with every seizure
People were complaining about hospital overcrowding decades ago, and the problem has not been solved
Letter writer critical of the newspaper poll on whether lights should go up before Remembrance Day
The school, school district and a church group worked together to help a family of seven
Have you lost money, or have you avoided the Nigerian princes and confidence men?
Blair Whitmarsh points to legal opinion and court rulings about political contributions
Medical assistance in dying is about the autonomy of a person’s body, a writer contends
While we’ve been talking about it, the number of B.C. victims has only grown
A Brookswood resident wants to let her carrier know that her work is noticed and appreciated
A letter writer defneds Tamara Jansen and her history in the community
A Brookswood resident offered praise for the volunteers who organized the Nov. 11 ceremony
One day a year doesn’t seem enough remembering to stop the world from going crazy.
The public still gathers to honour veterans at solemn Remembrance Day services