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Learning to camp

Langley MP Mark Warawa chats with a young camper last Saturday (June 18) at the Fort Campground, as part of the Parks Canada Initiative to introduce urban residents to camping. The initiative, done in conjunction with Mountain Equipment Co-op, helped mark Parks Canada’s 100th anniversary. A number of Vancouver residents came to Fort Langley to take part in the camping event, on a wet day — which of course, is nothing new, as experienced B.C. campers can attest to.  - Garrett James/Langley Times
Langley MP Mark Warawa chats with a young camper last Saturday (June 18) at the Fort Campground, as part of the Parks Canada Initiative to introduce urban residents to camping. The initiative, done in conjunction with Mountain Equipment Co-op, helped mark Parks Canada’s 100th anniversary. A number of Vancouver residents came to Fort Langley to take part in the camping event, on a wet day — which of course, is nothing new, as experienced B.C. campers can attest to.
— image credit: Garrett James/Langley Times
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