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A refugee family from Iraq believe Langley offers them a better life.
A list of developers and contractors are finalists for the home builders’ annual Georgie Awards.
Christmas decor continues to consist of rustic and country vibes.
Volunteers credited with making party profitable for sick kids at Canuck Place.
Familiar faces from Langley Community Music School were asked to create Canadian pieces for Nov. 25.
Stacey Wakelin is organizing a reconnecting event for the community on Friday Dec. 8.
Open house Thursday focused on children who’ve lost loved ones, Tuesday workshops geared to adults.
Chris and Jamie Ruscheinski held the second annual RAD Santa event, raising $4,500 for kids hospice.
The recently renamed BC Parents for Inclusivity are hosting a rally in Abbotsford on Tuesday.
City artist Judy Pohl creates an alley-themed painting on the walls of downtown businesses.
A man and woman are behind bars thanks to reports of a suspicious vehicle in Brookswood on Nov. 11.
Trinity Western University, a faith-based Langley university, hosts its second refugee story night.
Six instructors from different disciplines present an afternoon of song this Sunday.
In this week’s busines column, the editor drops in for Willowbrook’s charity night and talks chamber.
Langley mom expresses gratitude to Langley Christmas Bureau for all they’ve done for her daughter.
Christmasy festivities kicked off at Willowbrook with special shopping event.
A pair of Langley brothers return with their Christmas-theme fundraisers for Canuck Place children.
A three-year education effort wraps up around the North Langley Fingered Wetlands.
Joseph Richard Group staff experience life on the streets by camping out at Oak & Thorne.
The community’s lone indoor mall hosts evening where consumers can win prizes and help local causes.