About Us

Your Community News Team

Jean  Hincks Publisher
Jean Hincks
Jean Hincks is the publisher of the Langley Times. She was appointed publisher in March, 2015. Prior to that she was publisher of the Burnaby News Leader. She is also a former advertising manager at The Times.
Brenda  Anderson Editor
Brenda Anderson
Brenda Anderson was named editor of the Langley Times in July 2015. She started her career with Black Press in Houston, B.C. in the spring of 1997, before moving to The Times in 1998.
Dan  Ferguson Reporter
Dan Ferguson
Dan Ferguson has worked for a variety of print and broadcast outlets in Canada and the U.S. winning awards from the Pacific Northwest Society of Professional Journalists, Washington Press Association and a number of Canadian and B.C. newspaper organizations.
Miranda  Gathercole Reporter
Miranda Gathercole
Miranda Gathercole is an arts and entertainment reporter with the Langley Times. She also covers issues in the City of Langley. She is a graduate of the Kwantlen Polytechnic University journalism program.
Gary  Ahuja Reporter, Sports
Gary Ahuja
(604) 514-6754
Gary Ahuja has covered the sports beat for the Langley Times since 2003, writing stories focusing on high school, amateur, and university sports, as well as shooting sports photography. He is a graduate of the Langara College journalism program.
Monique  Tamminga Web Editor, Reporter, Columnist
Monique Tamminga
1 (604) 514-6757
Monique Tamminga is a crime and courts reporter with the Langley Times. She also covers education and human interest stories. With more than 12 years in journalism, Monique is passionate about investigating injustices in the community and is willing to dig to get to the heart of the matter. Monique has received several awards for her investigative journalism, opinion pieces and hard news stories. She is the recipient of the The Canadian Community Newspapers Association's excellence award for outstanding reporter initiative in 2009 for her work on uncovering a pet store selling dying and sick puppies to customers. The articles forced the store to close down. She also received a CCNA award for best investigative journalism for uncovering a childhood cancer cluster that prompted a health investigation. She has also won awards for her writing on the tragic hit-and-run death of 13-year-old Langley girl Carley Regan and other awards.