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Dubbed Project Potluck, it’s one of several events aimed at creating community.
An online army makes excuses and gathers recruits for extremist ideology.
The new party leader came for a picnic and meet-and-greet with local supporters.
This week in our housing series, we look at planning for new neighbourhoods.
Collin Jackson will drive a 1970s Formula car.
Canoe and kayak competitors trained in Langley before heading to Winnipeg for the event.
The provincial election financial disclosures have been released.
The Rams started strong but couldn’t keep up with the Sun.
A family picnic is an opportunity to meet the new Tory leader.
The elderly woman was injured in the attack, but struck back.
Locals will meet with ministry officials about 216th Street’s interchange Tuesday.
Police say Malik Mohamed may have gone to Courtenay.
The provincial government can get mayors and cities working together on the problem.
This week kicks off a series on housing, from prices to perception, across the Langleys.
Why shouldn’t a common resource be run by its own users?
Police closed two files in one location.
The thief entered the home while residents were asleep.
Three Lower Mainland universities will face off for a new cup.
The housing market seems to be easing in terms of price increases.
Teams from across the west are taking part in the 2017 Coed Signature Series.