Conservatives elect new leader

North Okanagan-Shuswap MP optimistic about party’s future

Deadly unknown drug hits streets of New Westminster, police warn

One person is dead and another is in critical condition, prompting warning from police.

B.C. is using taxpayer money to outlast plaintiffs in health-care trial: critic

Private health advocates are trying to raise more money to continue the fight

Exclusive: Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government (with video)

Judith Guichon could be asked to decide fate of province if Premier can’t win support of Greens.

#FrontPageFriday: From weather to webbed feet, it was a wild week around Langley

Need a break from the bright sun and heat? Relax with a copy of the Langley Advance.

  • May 26th, 2017

Living through a terrorist attack

A former Okanagan student was down the street from the Ariana Grande concert when the arena was attacked

Langley attracts hundreds of future scientists


Ryan Sclater: TWU hitter scores big on awards front


Langley Advance has a new look


Langley Lions housing fire


Canada Bread and its Langley workers reach four-year deal

Bread makers head back to work in the coming days.

Three new supervised consumption sites approved in B.C.

Two sites to come for Surrey and one for Vancouver.

Chilliwack sturgeon fishing guide kicked off the water for two years

Previously convicted of poaching in Alberta, Gerard Visneskie also handed four-year hunting ban

Langley Good Times Cruise-In full speed ahead, in Aldergrove

Registration is now underway for the 2017 charity car show, happening in Aldergrove this September.

Coast Guard’s only search and rescue dive team to end

Federal government says the unit, based in Richmond, isn’t part of the ‘core mandate.’

Senior who fractured neck in fall dies days after being sent home from Abbotsford Regional Hospital

John Hehn died soon after being brought back to ER and diagnosed with fractured vertebrae

City costs for Vancouver 4-20 marijuana protest more than $245,000

About 4,000 people were believed to take part in the day’s event

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority says it has no plans to deepen Fraser River

Analysis by the port authority determined deepening the river would be extremely costly

  • May 25th, 2017

B.C. political legend Grace McCarthy dies

Remembered for rebuilding Social Credit, launching SkyTrain

Golf carts taking to Chase’s streets

The Village of Chase a guinea pig for a new provincial plan

Top court to hear federal government’s appeal on residential school records

A lower court judge ruled to destroy the stories after 15 years unless consent is given to preserve

UPDATED: No change to Langley ridings with election recount

Elections BC has released the results of its final recount.

ELECTION 2017: B.C. will have first minority government in 64 years

Negotiations between parties may determine if B.C. Liberals can continue