Ashleigh Beaudoin

B.C. Lion LaRose speaks to student leaders

Having grown up in an underprivileged neighbourhood and overcome his own adversities, JR LaRose now feels it is important to give back in the community. Last month, he took an opportunity to talk to some student leaders at Walnut Grove Secondary School.

Elsa’s all smiles, thanks to Shriners Club

Elsa’s life did not start out conventionally. Born at an orphanage in…

Fort Langley woman named executive director of MFRC

Louise Smith has been selected as the new executive director of the Mainland B.C. Military Family Resource Centre

B and B thrives on solar power

Thursday, May 5, 2011, was a milestone at the Princess and the…

Dueling Design students

There’s nothing like a challenge to add to the character of a…

There’s much to Dissikuss

No short cuts on the road to success for Langley hip hop artist

Mother’s Day thieves snatch flowers from grave

Mother’s Day is for giving back, not for taking. This was not…

Taking her shot

Since she was seven years old Sue Kim has been on a…

Langley Home Expo Returns

Langley Spring Home Expo 2011 has returned for another year, but takes…

Philanthropist Peter Ash honoured

Langley resident and philanthropist Peter Ash was honoured Wednesday,  April 20 at…

Sight in short supply

Sight will be in short supply as the Langley Pos-abilities Society hosts…

House of Hope expanding

Campbell Valley - House of Hope is expanding its grounds. With funding…