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Buddhist festival in Langley
International Cat Day
Langley player heads to Pokemon world championships
Model train fanatics congregate in Langley

The long road to a Brookswood-Fernridge Community plan

Vote of approval unlikely to mean an end to the controversy over construction

Debate of national anthem lyrics is ‘moot’

Making the lyrics more inclusive does not reject tradition, but respects it

Heavy lifting ahead for BC Liberals

As the BC Liberals move into the unfamiliar confines of opposition, they’ll have to choose who best will lead them

SIMPSON: Canadians rally for wildfire victims

It’s encouraging to see the province – and nation – come together for the thousands affected

Invasive pests not deserving of our sympathy

Human settlers created much of the pest problems we have in the lower mainland

Liberal gamesmanship carries risks

The BC Liberal Party could find itself alienating the support that has kept it in power for 16 years.

Electoral reform: what are we afraid of?

None of the parties can truly claim to speak for a majority of voters in the province.

  • May 12th, 2017