VIDEO: Hundreds gather at Cloverdale Cenotaph for Surrey Remembers ceremony

Veteran’s square fills with community members for annual Remembrance Day service

Aldergrove pauses to ‘Remember’

Rains held off just long enough for the 2,000 or more at the Aldergrove Remembrance Day ceremonies

Skateboard fun with Aldergrove youth

Speedies Skateboard Shop came out to Betty Gilbert School’s Out Club to teach the basics

Cash for kids, from kid
    Volunteer litter picker quits
      New Remembrance Day ceremony planned in Murrayville
        SLIDESHOW: Teachers versus students versus RCMP in Aldergrove school

          Korean War vet dedicates poppy torch to In Flanders Fields author

          Melvin Anderson served in Korea in the early 1950s, and now visits local schools

          Public rallies around B.C. woman after life-altering brain aneurysm

          A GoFundMe page has been set up after a Langley mom was hospitalized

          Decorated Second World War veteran reflects on bloodiest conflict known to mankind

          Fort Langley resident Bill Duncan served as a signalman in Europe late in the war

          LAPS gala raises record $91,000 for Langley animals

          Funds raised from the event will create 455 furry tail endings

          Curling team organizes blood drive to help save lives

          Team Wark has teamed up with Canadian Blood Services to bring in much-needed units of blood

          VIDEO: Langley senior lived in London war zone

          ‘Sometimes you could hear the whistle bombs. If it stopped, you knew it could hit you’

          Fraser Valley Wine Festival raises fundraising bar

          Oenophiles filled the Willowbrook Shopping Centre Saturday for 28th annual fundraiser

          Langley woman wants to bring the community to the dinner table

          Stacey Wakelin hopes to celebrate Langley by sharing a meal together Dec. 8

          Coats for Kids campaign returns for 22nd year

          Clothing will be collected at four locations in Langley from Nov. 14 to Dec. 1

          • Nov 8th, 2017

          Realtors Care Blanket Drive begins Nov. 14

          The 23rd annual event collects warm clothes and blankets for Langley residents in need

          The Hell of Passchendaele

          A century after its bloody conclusion, Langley historian Warren Sommer recounts how men from Langley fought in one of the most infamous battles of the First World War

          • Nov 8th, 2017

          HISTORY: Policing the military a ‘thankless,’ essential job

          Fleetwood’s Matthew Prantner served in the Canadian Provost Corps, fought to liberate the Netherlands

          Cloverdale veteran shares the ‘truth’ behind Dieppe

          Reg Wise comes forward to share his story, 75 years later

          Remembrance Day marked with four ceremonies in the Langleys

          Nov. 11 services will be held in Langley City, Fort Langley, Aldergrove and Murrayville

          A book capturing the beauty of Langley in photographs is flying off the shelves

          Well known photographer John Gordon has reprinted 1,000 copies of his book ‘The Langleys’

          WATCH: Remembrance Day video features Cloverdale cenotaph, Veteran’s mural

          19-year-old Cloverdale filmmaker Parker Leiper asks you to remember