Canoes carrying Hudson’s Bay Company employees, their wives, and bales of fur will land on Fort Langley shores sometime around 1 p.m. on Monday.
One of Maple Ridge’s most notable pioneers has a Fort Langley connection. Samuel Robertson, the first landowner in Albion, became an employee of the Hudson’s Bay Company and left Scotland bound for Canada.
The deadline is swiftly approaching to nominate the person or group that has done the most for the environment in Langley this year.
The fur trade, the gold rush, steel drums, and Caribbean food.
History will repeat itself, through re-enactments, vignettes, and activities, in and around the Fort Langley National Historic Site this weekend.