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The tweet drew harsh criticism on social media
Volunteers tackle invasive plants
From the files of the local community newspaper.
In our never-ending search for truth, we went to the Christmas experts. Here’s what they had to say.
Columnist Matthew Claxton gets trendy.
A six-year-old with an inoperable brain tumour won a shopping spree at Langley’s flagship Toys ‘R’ Us.
A first of a kind in Canada, Aldergrove’s new cat intake and isolation centre broke ground Friday.
The Langley Advance hit the streets April 27 with local events, news, sports and Design An Ad.
Ever seen an alpaca sheered? That’s one of the spring activities in the April 20 Langley Advance.
Complaints have been filed with Fraser Health and College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C.
Chef Dez offers up a spicy shrimp dish.
Bob Groeneveld finds the connection between gardening and the B.C. election. It’s not just manure.
A look back through the files of the Langley Advance, which started publishing in 1931.
I’ve decided on a thousand other details so why can’t I figure out what colour to paint the bathroom?
A partnership program aims to get seniors more physically active.
Have you checked out the Langley Advance for this week?
The head of the local Metro Vancouver Homeless Count wants the municipalities to take action.
One of the province’s largest music festivals starts this month in Langley.
Send details of Langley events to email@example.com or submit information through the calendar page on langleyadvance.com.
Water and sewer lines will be replaced in the stretch of 56th Avenue from Glover Road to theLangley Bypass.