#FrontPageFriday

#FrontPageFriday: Stay in this weekend and read the Langley Advance

The print edition and langleyadvance.com are the place to find out about this community.

  • Nov. 18, 2016 1:00 p.m.

The Nov. 17 edition has lots of good stuff to read.

Check out some of the stories:

– Refugee experiences are the foundation of a new TWU play

– Langley senior volunteers 23 years at Vancouver Aquarium

– Christmas fun (holiday events around Langley)

– Read about the Langley Rivermen’s literacy efforts

– A little girl with leukemia wants one thing – for people to donate blood to help others

– Twin brothers add family Christmas events to their philanthropic efforts

– Opinion: isn’t a majority government a good thing? (Painful Truth by Matthew Claxton)

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Throwback Thursday: Does anyone remember what this tumbedown building was originally?

Can you help us identify this decrepit building, or provide it with an appropriate caption?

Odd Thoughts: Langley councillors get the easy chair

Getting onto a municipal council is a numbers game. You don’t have to be everyone’s top pick.

Not too bad for a Langley boy who didn’t really like volleyball

Daniel Jansen VanDoorn is playing with the Canada Team in men’s volleyball world championships.

Massive fire destroys Agassiz dairy barn

Reports say at least one cow died in the blaze

The hunt for online herb: feds seek dope on hazy world of pot’s ‘cryptomarket’

In less than a month, Canada to be first industrialized country to legalize recreational marijuana

Despite protests, Russia’s anti-doping agency reinstated

On a 9-2 vote, the executive committee declared RUSADA as having satisfied conditions

Burnaby pedestrian in hospital after being hit crossing busy street

Driver remained on scene, is speaking to RCMP

5 to start your day

Massive barn fire in Agassiz, messages of hope line Vancouver-area bridge and more

The longest week: Carolinas worn out by Florence

Frustration and sheer exhaustion are building as thousands of people wait to go home seven days after the storm began battering the coast.

Vancouver councillors move ahead with policy for duplexes on detached home lots

Mayor Gregor Robertson says the decision is another step toward adding homes in the city for the so-called “missing middle.”

Canada’s goal is to play in a medal game at World Cup in Spain

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