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Heather Colpitts

Heather Colpitts

Since starting in the news industry in 1992, my passion for sharing stories has taken me around Western Canada, including Bonnyville, Alta., Prince Rupert, 100 Mile House, and most recently here in Langley – since 2008. I have spent my career working as a reporter and photographer for community news media, and look forward to continuing to bring the news of Langley to Langley – whether in print or online.

Phone
604-994-1052
Email
heather.colpitts@langleyadvancetimes.com

Recent Work by Heather

Langley adds entertainment options in several neighbourhoods

Langley adds entertainment options in several neighbourhoods

Township releases schedule of community entertainment during summer 2024
COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Summer's here, Langley

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Summer's here, Langley

Groups are welcome to submit information about upcoming community events in Langley. Publication is at the discretion of the newspaper, and host groups are responsible for keeping their information up to date.
Langley lauds its pioneers at banquet

Langley lauds its pioneers at banquet

Residents who are at least 70 years of age and who have lived in Langley at least 65 years were honoured
VIDEO: Langley fire hall open houses fire up young imaginations

VIDEO: Langley fire hall open houses fire up young imaginations

Kids of all ages got to check out fire equipment and trucks as well as RCMP vehicles and B.C. Ambulances up close during open houses at Township firehalls June 11 and 12
VIDEO: Event fills Langley City's Douglas Park with sense of community

VIDEO: Event fills Langley City's Douglas Park with sense of community

Under sunny skies Langley City's Community Day brought out big crowds
Langley RCMP's first open house a huge hit with public

Langley RCMP's first open house a huge hit with public

Local Mounties marked the 50th anniversary of women in the force with a big public event
COMMUNITY CALENDAR: June in Langley

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: June in Langley

This list features community- and support-group meetings.
Langley City home destroyed by early-morning fire

Langley City home destroyed by early-morning fire

Five occupants escaped a fire overnight Thursday at a home on 53 Avenue a few doors down from Nicomekl Elementary
LIVING 60 : Langley seniors talk about their pets, personalities, and play

LIVING 60 : Langley seniors talk about their pets, personalities, and play

In each edition of Living 60+, we ask a selection of local seniors for their take on various topics
LIVING 60 : How cool is that – seniors can get help with air conditioning

LIVING 60 : How cool is that – seniors can get help with air conditioning

Program provides portable air conditioners and installation for qualifying, and vulnerable customers
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