Langley City

Layoffs at Langley Township as COVID crisis takes jobs

Full time employees have not yet been affected by the crisis

 

Langley shows good grasp of social distancing

Only one major gathering has been brought to RCMP attention

 

Langley paramedic postpones retirement to help battle COVID-19

This was supposed to be Vince Ford’s last month

 

Langley heart surgery patient rarely leaves home

James Jepson is especially vulnerable to the novel coronavirus

COVID commotion in the City

Nightly, at 7 p.m. many Langley residents make some noise to say thanks to frontline workers

  • Mar 26, 2020

Langley City announces further closures to help stop COVID-19 spread

Public now barred from sports courts, outdoor gyms, community gardens, and the Sendall greenhouse

Langley City mayor seeks re-election to Federation of Canadian Municipalities board

A way of promoting the “South of the Fraser” agenda, van den Broek says

Langley City to close all public playgrounds to reduce spread of COVID-19

‘Public concerns that some playground users are not practicing social distancing,’ says mayor

VIDEO: Langleys ramp up cleaning efforts at civic facilities

Facing a COVID-19 pandemic, the local municipalities communicate tips and efforts to the public

Electronic meetings considered for Langley Township council

The coronavirus has council considering how to meet without a large gathering

Langley Chamber cancels March meeting

Coronavirus concerns are affecting a number of local events

VIDEO Controversy over playground idea at open house for Langley City’s Nicomekl River District plan

Proposal that drew flak came from ‘blue sky’ session, CAO explained

Safety of paramount importance for Langley plastics manufacturer

Award given to CKF by provincial safety agency recognizing efforts to get staff home to families

A look at proposed plans for Langley City’s Nicomekl River District

Public meeting is about ‘fine-tuning’ plan; CAO

VIDEO: heart surgery patient facing loss of home thanks supporters

With some careful budgeting, James Jepson thinks he can hang on until May

RCMP costs prompt question of separate detachments for Langley

Township councillors debating the budget asked about the cost of splitting from Langley City

Renowned clarinetist, Jose Franch-Ballester, takes the Rose Gellert Hall stage, Feb 16

His performance is part of Langley Community Music School’s Concerts Café Classico series.

Langley City is looking for painters and sculptors for new art projects

Ideas are welcome for a wraparound mural at Linwood Park and a outdoor sculpture at City Park

LETTER: Use casino revenues, don’t take out loan, City resident suggests

Borrowing money would push tax increases for Langley City residents too high, one man shares

  • Feb 3, 2020