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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.
A two-day cycling event begins in Langley on Saturday morning.
Animal shelters are trying to keep their critters healthy through the smoggy days.
This is the second four-month suspension for the Langley teacher.
An annual lifeguard competition in Langley saw dozens of them compete Saturday.
Murrayville House’s condos are finally up for sale.
The onetime provincial cabinet minister is returning to local politics.
A lawsuit over a woman injured in a train collision has ended in a multi-million dollar judgment.
Police say the the group, a ‘three-piece’ patched club has ties to the Hells Angels
Brandon Gabriel’s art was hung in the path of oil tankers by activists.
Local realtors say investors were re-selling through assignment sales, but the trend may reverse.
The university still wants to open a law school, but is looking at its options.
A report of suspicious activity led to the capture of an offender on the lam.
The court found that Langley’s TWU would have limited access to the legal profession unfairly.
Firefighters have been responding to a number of fires already this year.