Personality and presentation key to career fair success

How to prepare for the upcoming Black Press Career Fair in Langley on May 11

ELECTION 2017: Union backing revives donor debate

Steelworkers paying for NDP campaign staff, Christy Clark targeted for corporate cash

ELECTION 2017: No firm stance on marijuana from the three B.C. parties

Federal legislation leaves distribution and enforcement up to provinces

Discrimination a key talking point at Langley MP’s townhall

John Aldag’s Thursday night meeting focuses on Motion M-103.

  • Apr 21st, 2017

UPDATE: Fatal crash closes Highway 97 near Quesnel

Reports from the scene indicate one person was killed in an accident involving a bus, a tractor and a car

Attacker of South Surrey senior receives 13-year sentence

Langley man had pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and sexual assault

Tips to conquer your debt in the new year


New Year's resolutions on a budget


Tips for smart charitable giving


How the U.S. election may affect stock markets


Early voting starts April 29 in Langley

There are several days of early voting set aside before the May 9 general election day.

O’Leary discusses immigration, economy during Conservative leadership campaign stop in Nanaimo

Canadian television personality meets with Conservative supporters in Nanaimo

Langley murder in 2009 part of gang war, trial hears

Witness links United Nations gang to Bacon shooting, Bacon associate’s murder.

  • Apr 21st, 2017

Cougars found wandering the SkyTrain tracks

Transportation agency warns commuters about cougars that were a little too close for comfort

Mission’s Rocko’s Diner goes Hollywood

Local eatery transformed into teen hangout from Riverdale show

Parties have different promises on tolls, transit for Langley

Our Advance series about big issues continues with a look at transportation.

Investigation says toxin killed the Vancouver aquarium’s beluga whales

Qila and Aurora died just nine days apart in November 2016

Langley candidates field questions

The field included NDP, Green, Conservative, and Libertarian candidates.

#FrontPageFriday: Lots of spring activities and a family’s heartbreak

Ever seen an alpaca sheered? That’s one of the spring activities in the April 20 Langley Advance.

  • Apr 21st, 2017

Langley man’s family says 94-year-old was denied medical care

Complaints have been filed with Fraser Health and College of Physicians and Surgeons of B.C.

ELECTION 2017: Christy Clark, John Horgan and Andrew Weaver square off in first debate

Taxes, road tolls hot issues for B.C. Greens, B.C. Liberals, B.C. NDP

Thousands expected to celebrate marijuana holiday 4/20 in Vancouver

Police warn of traffic disruptions during 4/20 activities at Sunset Beach and Vancouver Art Galley

Toll reaches almost four a day in B.C.’s overdose crisis: coroner

Opioids claimed 120 lives in March, the third-highest death toll for a single month in the province.