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In 2019, the Parks Canada team produced extraordinary images of the HMS Terror
Four of Canada’s early prime ministers will be cast in bronze at a shop in Knutsford, B.C.
This week’s photo from the public was taken at the Fort Langley National Historic Site
The real history is most likely more interesting than the legends
The best of both worlds in hotel condo
The last living veteran of the Boer War died in Aldergrove at age 111
Painter is also an art writer and art historian
The tiny slivers of land were lost due to some kind of error
More than 40 people spoke at a meeting Monday evening
Jennifer Rausch is the latest descendant to open a business maintaining the family’s ties to the area
The Telegraph Trail maker was found in a Fruitvale second-hand shop
Discover Langley City is offering free guided mural walks throughout the summer
A prominent Murrayville man wrote to his sister during the First World War
The story behind the Fry family, and how they transformed a Cloverdale crossing
A look back through the files of the Langley Advance, which started publishing July 23, 1931.
Looking back on the Fraser River flood of 1948, 70 years later
For decades, Rodeo Queens served as ambassadors of the big show
Here’s some tidbits from the pages of the Langley Advance which started publishing in 1931.
Lueta Milton wrote a column for the New Westminster Columbian newspaper in the 1890s
That’s when people can see the school and the historic memorabilia gathered for its 60th anniversary.