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Everyone wants more elementary schools. Would you pay for them?
Another major BC SPCA animal seizure was just announced.
Do you watch for eclipses and other natural phenomena?
We’re asking if you have sufficient parking in your part of Langley.
I’ can be tough keeping to a budget during the holidays.
Question of the week: The BC Assessment Authority has released its 2018 residential evaluations. Were you surprised by your numbers?
The BC Assessment Authority has released its 2018 residential evaluations. Were you…
A two-day fest in Langley City for fans of the greatest sport
Can you stick to your goal to lose five pounds, quit smoking, or read more books?
It’s been a few days. Some of us may have already backslid.
Question of the week: Do New Year’s resolutions (like the resolution to go for a polar bear swim) work for you?
Do New Year’s resolutions (like the resolution to go for a polar…
Did you create a budget and stick to it this Christmas?
Question of the week: With the Christmas season upon us, do you make giving a significant donation to charity a part of your annual holiday traditions?
Is this the season for giving in your household?
Funding for SkyTrain is more expensive than for the LRT.
Question of the week: Are you fearful the proposed United Nations immigration compact will strip Canada of its rights to control immigration?
Canada one of 164 countries to sign the non-binding accord
Do you think we should use less electricity to decorate our homes for Christmas?
Should there be a way to remove mayors and councillors from office between elections?
The price of natural gas is up after a pipeline explosion.
Question of the week: With the Christmas season fast approaching, is it too early to put up your Christmas tree?
Some trees have been up for a while already.
Are you humbugged by the early start to the season, or filled with joyeux noel?
Would you sign a petition calling for removal of a Rising Sun Japanese flag – used as part of a history lesson – from a Walnut Grove classroom?
Some students are offended, calling it a symbol of Japan’s militaristic imperialism.