Fort Langley

Eric Woodward’s boarded-up Fort buildings are now covered with historic photos. (Langley Advance Times files)

Demolition decision could come soon for Fort Langley buildings

Council is to consider the matter at its Sept. 9 meeting

Eric Woodward’s boarded-up Fort buildings are now covered with historic photos. (Langley Advance Times files)
Eric Woodward. (Black Press Media files)

Current Langley councillor demands apology from former councillor

Accusations of defamation are unfounded, says ex-Township politician Angie Quaale

Eric Woodward. (Black Press Media files)
A pickup truck was destroyed after it collided with a CN Rail train on Wednesday afternoon east of Fort Langley. (Photos Rob Wilton/RJ Media 2019)

Driver walks away after truck smashed by train near Fort Langley

The vehicle was destroyed when the driver couldn’t get off the tracks in time

A pickup truck was destroyed after it collided with a CN Rail train on Wednesday afternoon east of Fort Langley. (Photos Rob Wilton/RJ Media 2019)
‘Coming to you live from Fort Langley…‘

‘Coming to you live from Fort Langley…‘

Amateur radio broadcasts from National Historic Site for Parks Canada’s On the Air program

‘Coming to you live from Fort Langley…‘
Fort Langley camping; a lesson in history and a stay in luxury

Fort Langley camping; a lesson in history and a stay in luxury

Reporter Ryan Uytdewilligen tents overnight at the local national historic site

Fort Langley camping; a lesson in history and a stay in luxury
TinyKittens YouTube success fuels more cat rescue efforts

TinyKittens YouTube success fuels more cat rescue efforts

The Langley-based non-profit has inspired TNR groups thanks to its viral videos

TinyKittens YouTube success fuels more cat rescue efforts
VIDEO: A local music mosaic

VIDEO: A local music mosaic

How a mixture of Canadian artists came together for the Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival

VIDEO: A local music mosaic
VIDEO: Jazz is in the air… and everywhere else around town in Fort Langley

VIDEO: Jazz is in the air… and everywhere else around town in Fort Langley

Second annual jazz and arts festival draws grooving crowds and bopping musicians

VIDEO: Jazz is in the air… and everywhere else around town in Fort Langley
Step back in time with the washer women’s laundry camp and a fur trader’s fashion show

Step back in time with the washer women’s laundry camp and a fur trader’s fashion show

Fort Langley National Historic Site celebrates BC history with Brigade Days, Aug. 3 to 5

Step back in time with the washer women’s laundry camp and a fur trader’s fashion show
Loggers at work in Langley in the 1890s. Once covered in old-growth forests, Langley and the rest of Metro Vancouver was logged flat more than a century ago. (Langley Centennial Museum photo)

Painful Truth: Green space and green growth often at odds in Langley

How do we build an eco-friendly community, develop housing, and preserve tree cover?

Loggers at work in Langley in the 1890s. Once covered in old-growth forests, Langley and the rest of Metro Vancouver was logged flat more than a century ago. (Langley Centennial Museum photo)
George Otty was the first of more than 40 people to speak on the proposed demolition of almost a dozen buildings in Fort Langley. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)

Fort Langley residents launch passionate debate over demolishing buildings

More than 40 people spoke at a meeting Monday evening

George Otty was the first of more than 40 people to speak on the proposed demolition of almost a dozen buildings in Fort Langley. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)
Township council to debate fate of empty Fort Langley buildings

Township council to debate fate of empty Fort Langley buildings

A demolition permit has been sought for the boarded-up buildings

Township council to debate fate of empty Fort Langley buildings
With fifty-seven acts planned, local music festival doubles in size and scope

With fifty-seven acts planned, local music festival doubles in size and scope

Second annual Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Fest takes over town July 26-28

With fifty-seven acts planned, local music festival doubles in size and scope
Councillor Bob Long and “Baron Boogie” Norbert Marten rescued a piano for music enthusiasts to tinkle in Fort Langley (Karen Zukas/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Mint condition Heintzman ‘rescued’ for Fort Langley

Township council donates new street side piano for public to play

Councillor Bob Long and “Baron Boogie” Norbert Marten rescued a piano for music enthusiasts to tinkle in Fort Langley (Karen Zukas/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
A Township of Langley memo showed the sites where some buildings could be demolished in downtown Fort Langley.

Boarded-up Fort Langley buildings could be demolished

The sites could become temporary parks

A Township of Langley memo showed the sites where some buildings could be demolished in downtown Fort Langley.
Artist takes Langley beyond barriers

Artist takes Langley beyond barriers

Fort Gallery showcases the work of Vancouver’s Jenny Hawkinson in new exhibition

Artist takes Langley beyond barriers
Fort Langley Artists Group paint anonymous works for charity

Fort Langley Artists Group paint anonymous works for charity

Fifty per cent of proceeds raised from FLAG’s artist’s choice show will go to Langley Hospice Society

Fort Langley Artists Group paint anonymous works for charity
U-Bicycle proposed last year to launch a pilot bike share program in Fort Langley and at Trinity Western University. (U-Bicycle Facebook photo)

Painful Truth: Langley’s geography a difficult barrier to more cycling

Our neighbourhoods are like islands – how do we connect them?

U-Bicycle proposed last year to launch a pilot bike share program in Fort Langley and at Trinity Western University. (U-Bicycle Facebook photo)
WEB POLL: Do you use the Golden Ears Bridge?

WEB POLL: Do you use the Golden Ears Bridge?

Has the bridge changed the frequency of your trips to Pitt Meadows or Maple Ridge?

  • Jun 18, 2019
WEB POLL: Do you use the Golden Ears Bridge?
The Golden Ears Bridge. (Dan Ferguson/Black Press Media)

Golden Ears Bridge at 10: Community had called for a crossing for decades

From nothing, to the Albion Ferry, to the bridge was a long wait

The Golden Ears Bridge. (Dan Ferguson/Black Press Media)