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The ALC can’t change the definition of an acre, the judge ruled.
Langley’s 108-year-old Coghlan Substation is seeing use in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
A judge found some blame for both drivers in a 2014 collision on a busy Aldergrove highway.
More than $270,000 is owed from hundreds of tickets and fines.
This is the second time Serena Oh has sued to overturn a Langley City election.
A Langley man jailed for modifying and selling guns won a partial victory in a lawsuit.
The co-accused in the Aggressive Roadbuilders fraud admitted his guilt in court.
Former NHLers, hockey moms, and local firms created the memorial.
A medical marijuana dispensary was ticketed 227 times.
Pets owned by the homeless and low-income got free vet checkups.
Incident happened at B.C. border crossing, involving Ronald Dosson
Someone set a portable toilet on fire Monday on the bridge’s southbound side.
Jean Moulton’s mobility has been given a boost by the weekend project.
The long-time councillor allegedly violated the Respectful Workplace Policy.
The first such clinic in Langley will take place later this month.
Mark Chandler will go before the B.C. Court of Appeals early next year.
Jean Moulton will soon have an easier time getting in and out of her home.
Jean Moulton filled out the paperwork, but the program to build ramps at her home is out of cash.
Canada’s dairy and poultry system is a sticking point in the trade negotiations.
Kerryann Lewis will be back in court in early October.