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B.C. epilepsy patient ends sit-in, awaits answers
Tavia Marlatt and her mother, Renee, met with Fraser Health officials on Friday, April 5.
Should smoking be banned in condos? This B.C. mom and 17,000 others say yes
Naomi Baker submitted the petition to legislature and met with the B.C.’s Housing Minister Selina Robinson.
B.C. epilepsy patient refuses to leave Vancouver hospital until needs are met
Tavia Marlatt is scheduled to meet with Langley Memorial Hospital officials on Friday, April 5.
VIDEO: Jersey Day and Green Shirt Day to honour Humboldt Broncos victims
There’s a variety of different clothing to wear to honour victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
Fate of B.C.-shot Lori Loughlin movie series uncertain amid U.S. college bribery scandal
Shirley Rempel owns Country Lane Antiques, which is the set of Lori Loughlin’s Hallmark movie series.
‘Don’t worry sis, my kidney’s your kidney’: B.C. women share transplant journey
Langley’s Reema Garcha donated her kidney to her sister Binn Johal in 2018
‘It just happened’: B.C. woman celebrates her 100th birthday
While sporting a party hat reading ‘eternal youth,’ Elizabeth Viens said there’s no trick to living a long life
BC SPCA to recommend charges in case involving 27 horses
Last December, 27 neglected horses were seized from a property in Langley.
Neglected horses seized from B.C. property after cruelty investigation
On Dec. 15, 2018, 27 horses were seized in a cruelty investigation in Langley.
Theo, the 800-lb. pig, takes ferry to new Vancouver Island home
Theodore is going to live at A Home for Hooves Farm Sanctuary in Duncan
VIDEO: Theo the 800-pound pig finds a home on Vancouver Island
An 800-pound rescued Langley pig, named Theodore, is off to a livestock sanctuary on the Island.
UPDATE: Lower Mainland city reopened after suspicious package cleared
Portion of B.C. city blocked off to traffic and pedestrians, before police investigated and cleared
B.C. heart transplant recipient is travelling to every country because ‘life is short’
Jordan D. Marcia wants to be the first heart transplant recipient to travel to every country.
Out of the doghouse: B.C. city lifts ban on pup who barked too much at dog park
Cameron the Shetland sheepdog is allowed back into Uplands off-leash dog park under some conditions.
Dog banned from B.C. dog park for ‘excessive’ barking, running
John Levesque, 67, and his dog Cameron, were banned from the Uplands Dog Off-leash Park in Langley.