Langley City

Langley City Coun. Gayle Martin was ‘appalled’ by Cloverdale-Langley City MP Tamara Jansen’s Commons comment calling the city a ‘ghost town’ (file)

VIDEO: Langley council presses MP to explain ‘ghost town’ comment

Response by Cloverdale-Langley City Conservative MP Tamara Jansen failed to answer question: Martin

Langley City Coun. Gayle Martin was ‘appalled’ by Cloverdale-Langley City MP Tamara Jansen’s Commons comment calling the city a ‘ghost town’ (file)
Winners of the “Shop Your Heart Out” contest put on by the Downtown Langley Business Association posed for a group photo in McBurney Plaza on Tuesday, Jan. 12 (Special to Langley Advance Times)

Thank you for your support, Langley Hospital Auxiliary tells customers

Penny Pincher Thrift store was a winner in voting for ‘Shop Your Heart Out’ contest

Winners of the “Shop Your Heart Out” contest put on by the Downtown Langley Business Association posed for a group photo in McBurney Plaza on Tuesday, Jan. 12 (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Langley City hall (City of Langley image)

Langley City financial plan scales back SkyTrain preparations

Average homeowner taxes would go up by $154

Langley City hall (City of Langley image)
A lawsuit over three stormwater floods of a building over the past year has been launched against Langley City. (Langley Advance Times file)

Flooded apartment building sparks lawsuit against Langley City

A downtown landlord claims a lack of storm sewer upgrades is negligence

A lawsuit over three stormwater floods of a building over the past year has been launched against Langley City. (Langley Advance Times file)
When Langley City resident Dale Attrell, 92, seen here walking in Douglas Park on Saturday, Jan. 10, started a walking club for seniors, it filled up quickly. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

Outrunning COVID: a Langley City senior starts a walking club

When Dale Attrell launched a group for older people to go on walks together, it filled up quickly

When Langley City resident Dale Attrell, 92, seen here walking in Douglas Park on Saturday, Jan. 10, started a walking club for seniors, it filled up quickly. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Coun. Rosemary Wallace, chair of the Langley City Environmental Task Group, won unanimous support to declare a climate emergency. (Files)

VIDEO: Langley City declares a climate emergency

Coun. Rosemary Wallace wins unanimous support for resolution calling it ‘an existential crisis’

Coun. Rosemary Wallace, chair of the Langley City Environmental Task Group, won unanimous support to declare a climate emergency. (Files)
Winners of the “Shop Your Heart Out” contest put on by the Downtown Langley Business Association posed for a group photo in McBurney Plaza on Tuesday, Jan. 12 (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Winners of the “Shop Your Heart Out” contest put on by the Downtown Langley Business Association posed for a group photo in McBurney Plaza on Tuesday, Jan. 12 (Special to Langley Advance Times)
Erik Vogel posted this picture of the snow-clogged stretch of sidewalk on 208th St. mear 48th Ave. after a winter storm arrived just before Christmas (Facebook image)

Snow clearing confusion on Langley City’s 208th Street hill

Erik Vogel would like to know who is supposed to be shovelling the sidewalks

Erik Vogel posted this picture of the snow-clogged stretch of sidewalk on 208th St. mear 48th Ave. after a winter storm arrived just before Christmas (Facebook image)
Tourism Langley Christmas December 2020 gift boxes were a sold-out success, the agency reported (file)

Tourism Langley gift boxes were a hit

Following sellout, there are plans to do more this year

Tourism Langley Christmas December 2020 gift boxes were a sold-out success, the agency reported (file)
Lights glitter in McBurney plaza on Saturday, Jan 9, 2020. Funds from the cancelled Magic of Christmas parade were used to add lights this year and for years to come, a report said. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: How the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in more Christmas lights for Langley City

City was ‘determined to provide some holiday cheer for the community’

Lights glitter in McBurney plaza on Saturday, Jan 9, 2020. Funds from the cancelled Magic of Christmas parade were used to add lights this year and for years to come, a report said. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
A report to Langley City Council says the 206A Street pedestrian overpass needs replacing (Langley City image)

Updated: Langley City seeks federal-provincial funding to replace aging pedestrian bridge

Wooden crossing at 206A Street said to be too narrow and in ‘poor’ condition

A report to Langley City Council says the 206A Street pedestrian overpass needs replacing (Langley City image)
Langley City Council is looking for volunteers to fill vacancies on the board of variance, and the crime prevention, environmental and arts and culture task groups (Langley Advance Times file)

A call for public-spirited volunteers from Langley City

Openings on board of variance, crime prevention, environmental and arts and culture task groups

Langley City Council is looking for volunteers to fill vacancies on the board of variance, and the crime prevention, environmental and arts and culture task groups (Langley Advance Times file)
Foundry Abbotsford opened its doors in June 2018. (Black Press Media files)

Survey seeks input on youth health facility for Langley

Foundry is coming to Langley City in the near future

Foundry Abbotsford opened its doors in June 2018. (Black Press Media files)
Staff at Brogan’s Diner volunteered their time on Dec. 25, 2020 to help prepare and serve free Christmas dinner to those in need of a warm meal. (Brogan’s Diner/Facebook)

Brogan’s Diner serves 450 Christmas dinners to Langley community

A combination of dine-in and take-out meals were provided

Staff at Brogan’s Diner volunteered their time on Dec. 25, 2020 to help prepare and serve free Christmas dinner to those in need of a warm meal. (Brogan’s Diner/Facebook)
Travis Lagasse of Brookswood won $10,000 after he bought some tires at the Langley City Tireland (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

Langley man wins $10,000 in Canada-wide contest

Some bargain-priced tires turned out to be an even better deal

Travis Lagasse of Brookswood won $10,000 after he bought some tires at the Langley City Tireland (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Like and share the Langley Advance Times Facebook page, and tell us what you want – but didn't get – for Christmas this year. Take those steps and you could win a $200 gift card to the Real Canadian Superstore. (Langley Advance Times files)

Win everything you didn’t get for Christmas

Again, Langley Advance Times’ readers given chance to take home a $200 Superstore gift card

Like and share the Langley Advance Times Facebook page, and tell us what you want – but didn't get – for Christmas this year. Take those steps and you could win a $200 gift card to the Real Canadian Superstore. (Langley Advance Times files)
Keith and Shannon Brogan outside of Brogan’s Diner stand in front of the “take a coat, leave a coat” display. The Langley City restaurant is preparing to serve about 500 Christmas dinners to those in the community in need of a warm meal on Christmas Day 2020. (Joti Grewal/Langley Advance Times)

Brogan’s Diner serving up 500 free Christmas dinners to Langley community

Owner notes its not just homeless that are struggling this year, but seniors and others as well

Keith and Shannon Brogan outside of Brogan’s Diner stand in front of the “take a coat, leave a coat” display. The Langley City restaurant is preparing to serve about 500 Christmas dinners to those in the community in need of a warm meal on Christmas Day 2020. (Joti Grewal/Langley Advance Times)
Artist's impression of the six-storey rental development planned to replace the West Country hotel in Langley City on the 20200 block of 56th Avenue (special to Langley Advance Times)

Langley City greenlights redevelopment of West Country hotel site on 56 Avenue

Proposal calls for six-storey rental building with at least 20 per cent rented at below-market rates

Artist's impression of the six-storey rental development planned to replace the West Country hotel in Langley City on the 20200 block of 56th Avenue (special to Langley Advance Times)
Cloverdale – Langley City Conservative MP Tamara Jansen has come under scrutiny for comments made about the city’s economic health. (HOC video)

LETTER: MP defends expressing concerns about Langley City becoming ‘ghost town’

MP says she’s spoken to several local businesses teetering on the edge financially

  • Dec 20, 2020
Cloverdale – Langley City Conservative MP Tamara Jansen has come under scrutiny for comments made about the city’s economic health. (HOC video)
Langley City Coun. Gayle Martin was ‘appalled’ by Cloverdale-Langley City MP Tamara Jansen’s Commons comment calling the city a ‘ghost town’ Council sen a letter. (file

VIDEO: MP ‘ghost town’ comment raises ire at Langley City council

Cloverdale-Langley City Conservative MP Tamara Jansen assailed as ‘out of touch’

Langley City Coun. Gayle Martin was ‘appalled’ by Cloverdale-Langley City MP Tamara Jansen’s Commons comment calling the city a ‘ghost town’ Council sen a letter. (file