Fort Langley finally has a grocery store again, almost two years after a fire destroyed the former IGA on the corner of Mavis Avenue and Glover Road.
The late fall seems to be the busy season for opening grocery stores in Langley.
Residents of the Fort and beyond will have their chance to put their names in a time capsule that will be built into a neighbourhood grocery store.
Langley City's IGA Marketplace grocery store will close its doors in a few months, its owner says.
A fire lit up the sky above Fort Langley on Jan. 4, as the community's IGA grocery store burned to the ground.
After a fire that gutted the commercial heart of Fort Langley, plans for a new IGA will be officially unveiled this Thursday.