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BC Hydro restored the overnight power failure.
The owner of a damaged home is looking for help finding the firebug.
Development patterns are skewing which roads we use the most.
A Langley man jailed for modifying and selling guns won a partial victory in a lawsuit.
This is the second time Serena Oh has sued to overturn a local election.
Coleman has drawn criticism in the wake of a report on casino money laundering.
Get in your time machine and go back two centuries. No police force.
Reflective tags were handed out in an awareness campaign.
A vehicle and home were damaged Sunday morning.
We break down some of the voting numbers by polling place across the community.
City and Township saw some shuffling of the chairs on councils.
Val van den Broek said she wants to work closely with her council.
Tree protection, supportive housing, and 208th Street top priorities for Langley Township council: mayor
The new council will have a number of projects to start on soon.
Councils in City and Township have not yet drafted retail pot rules.
Reporter Matthew Claxton said reducing homelessness should be a focus for those elected.
The co-accused in the Aggressive Roadbuilders fraud admitted his guilt in court.
The mayoral candidate hit many of the key issues in the Township election.
The mayoral candidate for Langley Township spoke on a number of issues.
The libertarian candidate for mayor talked about a number of issues.
Bill Blair and MP John Aldag spoke to locals about marijuana rules.