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Virgin Radio’s Nira Arora is the guest speaker at the 19th annual Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards on March 10 in Abbotsford.

Nira Arora guest speaker at Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards

Event on March 10 in Abbotsford honours recipients in 6 categories

Virgin Radio’s Nira Arora is the guest speaker at the 19th annual Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards on March 10 in Abbotsford.
Photography, sculptures, installations, video, and painting art forms will be featured at Fort Gallery in the <em>After Apple-Picking</em> art exhibition. Started on Feb. 4, the show will run until March 12. (Fort Gallery/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley gallery to showcase art work of Fraser Valley students

Photos, videos, sculptures, installations, and paintings exhibited together

Photography, sculptures, installations, video, and painting art forms will be featured at Fort Gallery in the <em>After Apple-Picking</em> art exhibition. Started on Feb. 4, the show will run until March 12. (Fort Gallery/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Members of the Trinity Western University gathered at the Remembrance Circle on the Langley Campus to honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. TWU held special events Feb. 14 and 15, 2022. (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley university honours missing and murdered indigenous women and girls

Local events were in solidarity with annual Women’s Memorial March in downtown Vancouver on Feb. 14

Members of the Trinity Western University gathered at the Remembrance Circle on the Langley Campus to honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. TWU held special events Feb. 14 and 15, 2022. (Special to Langley Advance Times)
30 to 50 millimetres is expected before evening when the system will taper off into a few showers. (Black Press files)

Rainfall warning issued for Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley

50 to 70 mm expected to fall today, Jan. 30

30 to 50 millimetres is expected before evening when the system will taper off into a few showers. (Black Press files)
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Abbotsford teen Alexis Mulder donated fundraised items to local homeless last week. (Submitted)

Abbotsford teen distributes fundraised items to homeless

16-year-old Alexis Mulder hands out emergency tents, emergency blankets, hygiene kits and socks

Abbotsford teen Alexis Mulder donated fundraised items to local homeless last week. (Submitted)
Special weather statements are in effect for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley for Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 - 11. (News Bulletin file photo)

More rain and wind to hit Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley starting tomorrow

40 to 60 mm of rain expected, winds speeds from 60 to 80 km

Special weather statements are in effect for Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley for Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 - 11. (News Bulletin file photo)
Houses in Langley keep getting more expensive. (Langley Advance Times files)

Typical Langley house now costs more than $1.5 million

Prices are still increasing, but few people are selling homes and cashing in

Houses in Langley keep getting more expensive. (Langley Advance Times files)
Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley will both see another 20 to 40 millimetres of rain today. (Pixabay)

Heavy rains will continue to pour on Lower Mainland today, Dec. 1

Another 20 to 40 mm can be expected before it tapers of by evening

Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley will both see another 20 to 40 millimetres of rain today. (Pixabay)
The Abbotsford Disaster Relief Fund has seen local groups University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce and Abbotsford Community Foundation team up to provide help to locals. (Twitter photo)

Abbotsford Disaster Relief Fund established by local fundraising coalition

UFV, ACOC and ACF team up to help locals dealing with issues related to recent flooding

The Abbotsford Disaster Relief Fund has seen local groups University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce and Abbotsford Community Foundation team up to provide help to locals. (Twitter photo)
Langley Realtor and volunteer Michele Cartwright with a trunk-load of donations during the 2019 Realtors Care Blanket Drive. (FVREB/Special to Langley Advance Times)

Realtors Care Blanket Drive in support of Langley charities begins Monday

Donations can be brought to several drop off locations around town

Langley Realtor and volunteer Michele Cartwright with a trunk-load of donations during the 2019 Realtors Care Blanket Drive. (FVREB/Special to Langley Advance Times)
Relatively few homes changed hands in Langley in October, and fewer were for sale than in the last few years. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Relatively few homes changed hands in Langley in October, and fewer were for sale than in the last few years. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Fraser Valley Heritage Rail Society volunteers stand on the train platform in Cloverdale in 2020. A new exhibit about FVHRS and Surrey’s train history opens at the Museum of Surrey June 2. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Paint the Train visual arts shows to return Surrey-Langley

Painting took place in summer, now judging runs till Jan. 24

Fraser Valley Heritage Rail Society volunteers stand on the train platform in Cloverdale in 2020. A new exhibit about FVHRS and Surrey’s train history opens at the Museum of Surrey June 2. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Jason Klop filed a petition in B.C. Supreme Court on Sept. 17, stating the college has no jurisdiction over his sale of FMT to buyers outside of Canada. Facebook photo.

B.C. naturopath fights order to stop selling human poop in dubious treatments

Jason Klop takes legal action against College of Naturopathic Physicians of B.C.

Jason Klop filed a petition in B.C. Supreme Court on Sept. 17, stating the college has no jurisdiction over his sale of FMT to buyers outside of Canada. Facebook photo.
The Fraser Valley Bandits have announced they are moving from Abbotsford to Langley and will now play out of the Langley Events Centre starting in 2022.

Fraser Valley Bandits moving from Abbotsford to Langley

Canadian Elite Basketball League team will now play out of Langley Events Centre

The Fraser Valley Bandits have announced they are moving from Abbotsford to Langley and will now play out of the Langley Events Centre starting in 2022.
(Vikki Hopes/Abbotsford News)

Abbotsford Police investigating after crash kills 1, sends 2 to hospital

Police requesting video footage of Mt. Lehman Road collision

(Vikki Hopes/Abbotsford News)
Riders make their way through Mission during a training run earlier this month. (Facebook)

Cops for Cancer cycling across the Fraser Valley

22nd annual Tour de Valley begins on Sept. 20, 17 riders participating

Riders make their way through Mission during a training run earlier this month. (Facebook)
Bandits management team members Dylan Kular (left) and Andrew Savory have both received promotions after several successful years with the CEBL team. (Submitted)

Fraser Valley Bandits announce executive promotions

Bandits management team members Dylan Kular, Andrew Savory receive new titles

Bandits management team members Dylan Kular (left) and Andrew Savory have both received promotions after several successful years with the CEBL team. (Submitted)
Thousands of pounds of food are collected each year in the BC Thanksgiving Food Drive headed up by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Langley. (Special to Black Press Media)

Donation drive aims to raise 600,000 pounds of food this year

B.C. Food Drive supports Lower Mainland food banks

Thousands of pounds of food are collected each year in the BC Thanksgiving Food Drive headed up by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Langley. (Special to Black Press Media)
The Girls Fly Too event in Abbotsford has announced full vaccination is required for entry. (Submitted)

Full vaccination required for Abbotsford’s Girls Fly Too event

Participants, volunteers and display partners must have two shots for entry, masks also required

The Girls Fly Too event in Abbotsford has announced full vaccination is required for entry. (Submitted)