history

Buildings demolished in Fort Langley core

The site at Glover and Church street has been proposed for eventual development

 

BCHF conference once again slated for Cloverdale

Surrey Historical Society to host 2021 history conference

 

A pin to remember the liberation of the Netherlands

Langley-Aldergrove MP invites residents to contact office to obtain 75th anniversary memento

 

LETTER: Langley fashion show sparks memories

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  • Mar 18, 2020

Langley Then and Now: Farmers form road gang back in 1950

From the files of the local community newspaper.

  • Mar 3, 2020

Hidden message connects Castlegar homeowners decades apart

The Rodgers family was surprised when a message fell out of the walls as they were renovating

Thumbprint, hairbrush: Franklin wreck in Nunavut waters reveals sailors’ lives

In 2019, the Parks Canada team produced extraordinary images of the HMS Terror

Kamloops sculptor casting Canada’s forefathers in bronze

Four of Canada’s early prime ministers will be cast in bronze at a shop in Knutsford, B.C.

  • Feb 9, 2020

Through Your Lens: Blacksmithing at the Fort

This week’s photo from the public was taken at the Fort Langley National Historic Site

  • Feb 1, 2020

Lost ancient kingdom sparked myths of King Arthur

The real history is most likely more interesting than the legends

Couple’s love of Oak Bay Beach Hotel leads to purchase of strata unit

The best of both worlds in hotel condo

  • Dec 11, 2019

Remembrance Day: Langley played a part in Britain’s war in South Africa

The last living veteran of the Boer War died in Aldergrove at age 111

Artist Robert Amos paints Victoria

Painter is also an art writer and art historian

  • Sep 27, 2019

Mystery Langley lands needed for pipeline project left off records for years

The tiny slivers of land were lost due to some kind of error

Fort Langley residents launch passionate debate over demolishing buildings

More than 40 people spoke at a meeting Monday evening

Founding family of the Peninsula

Jennifer Rausch is the latest descendant to open a business maintaining the family’s ties to the area

  • Jul 12, 2019

Stolen Langley heritage marker returned by Good Samaritan

The Telegraph Trail maker was found in a Fruitvale second-hand shop

Discover Langley City holds free guided mural walks

Discover Langley City is offering free guided mural walks throughout the summer

Postcard a window into Langley’s wartime past

A prominent Murrayville man wrote to his sister during the First World War

  • May 3, 2019

HISTORY: How Fry’s Corner survived floods, Prohibition, and a baby monkey

The story behind the Fry family, and how they transformed a Cloverdale crossing

  • Aug 3, 2018