Local News

Lockout ends at Canada Bread in Langley (updated)

Commercial bakery employees were on the picket line for two months

Exclusive: Lieutenant-governor speaks for first time about minority government (with video)

Judith Guichon could be asked to decide fate of province if Premier can’t win support of Greens.

Senior who fractured neck in fall dies days after being sent home from Abbotsford Regional Hospital

John Hehn died soon after being brought back to ER and diagnosed with fractured vertebrae

Chilliwack sturgeon fishing guide kicked off the water for two years

Previously convicted of poaching in Alberta, Gerard Visneskie also handed four-year hunting ban

Cruise-In plans public meeting about move from Langley City to Aldergrove

Car clubs may not participate in proposed replacement City event

Sedins in Surrey to receive honorary degrees from KPU

Convocation ceremony on Thursday, June 1 at Surrey campus

Art blends old and new


Taking the ice bucket challenge


Canada 150 mosaic unveiled at Langley City Hall


Crash in Langley City


Work gets underway on controversial 216 Street Interchange

216 Street at 83 Avenue will be closed starting May 29, with more traffic delays coming in summer

Langley School District to hire 100 teachers

Supreme Court ruling creates hiring frenzy, will add more portables to school sites

Langley City 7-Eleven employee allegedly assaulted

After being banned from the store, the suspect assaulted the staff, say police

Wind storm rattles the Langleys

Reports of widespread power outages and property damage

Long weekend garbage left at Chilliwack’s outdoor getaway spots

Problem stems from grad parties and more people without experience getting outdoors

UPDATED: Negotiations resume in lockout at Canada Bread in Langley

Union workers have been off the job more than a month

Langley City restaurant’s doors are closed for good

Old Yale Bistro owner walking away after December fire

Expect long lines at the border this long weekend

CBSA warns to expect it to busy at all the crossings, with Peace Arch being the busiest

City of Langley unveils new logo

Slogan will remain as “The Place To Be”

  • May 19th, 2017

Nanaimo RCMP believe it has found body of missing teenager Chang

The Nanaimo RCMP have recovered a body believed to be that of Makayla Chang.