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Zero-emission vehicles group wants to reduce vehicle greenhouse gas emissions 40 per cent by 2050.
The Langley Heritage Society provided recipes that used the produce that would have been grown in the garden in decades past.
Is it a salad or a dessert? A Langley artist offers his recipe for Snickers Salad
Marcy Court submitted recipes that were favourites of her late husband.
Diane Thornton's family has made these holiday treats over the generations.
Tasty and a convenient hostess gift, courtesy of Deborah Campbell
Dee Stead says cherry cake – made with evaporated milk – is a Christmas tradition in Newfoundland.
For a family of Norwegian heritage, lefse is a must-have dish at Christmas.
Soda crackers form the basis for a sweet, chocolately candy.
Four simple ingredients are in Bonnie Greenlee's treats.
Here's a vintage recipe that combines chocolate with coloured mini marshmallows.
Cranberries, like those grown in Fort Langley, make this bar colourful and tasty.
Langley MLA Mary Polak offers an easy way to get more gravy from the turkey.
Instant rice is one ingredient in this festive holiday offering.
A Langley Hospice Society volunteer first tasted pecan tarts in Canada and they are now a family tradition.
Petrina Arnason remembers plenty of British foods in the cupboards growing up.
courtesy of Dr. Alan Davis, Kwantlen Polytechnic University president and chancellor
Cooking in Langley column by Chef Dez suggests some quick but impressive appies.
This year's recipe submissions included two peanut butter ball variations but each recipe is unique.