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  • Game on! Langley groups benefit from gaming grant

    LANGLEY – Six local organizations will benefit from more than $146,000 in Community Gaming Grants from the B.C. Government. Organizations receiving grants: Langley Mustangs Track Club…

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  • Funding to help families and kids

    LANGLEY – Six local organizations in Langley and Aldergrove are receiving Community Gaming Grants from the B.C. government, worth a total of $130,750. Organizations receiving…

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  • Langley Centennial Museum receive funding boost

    LANGLEY – The BC Arts Council (BCAC) has approved a $34,800 grant to support arts and culture in Langley. Today MLA Rich Coleman congratulated the Langley…

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  • Funding for children’s organizations

    FORT LANGLEY – Three Fort Langley non-profit organizations are benefiting from B.C. Government Community Gaming Grants totalling $44,400. The grants, distributed in December and January, will…

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  • Play on! Volleyball BC receives hosting BC grant

    LANGLEY – The B.C. government is helping to build the local economy of Langley with Hosting BC funding for localNORCECA Continental Championships announced by Rich Colemantoday….

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  • Langley gets gaming grants

    LANGLEY – Langley has received $71,700 in Community Gaming Grants from the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development. The organizations are: Langley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary…

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  • Langley residents receive Education Awards

    LANGLEY – Two Langley residents are recipients of BC Housing education awards that will help them further their education, achieve goals and improve their lives….

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  • Write on! Adult literacy gets a boost in Aldergrove

    ALDERGROVE –Aldergrove’s Community One on One Tutoring Program, facilitated by Kwantlen Polytechnic University will receive $29,865 this fiscal year to support their adult literacy program. Adult…

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  • Goods to move freely on Highway 1

    Langley – A new truck climbing lane will be built on Highway 1 in Langley to improve the safety of the traveling public and the flow…

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  • Horgan and NDP president at odds on Electricity Policy, put BC’s LNG future at risk

    VICTORIA – On Friday, Minister of Energy and Mines Rich Coleman announced that the provincial government would revise BC Hydro’s definition of self-sufficiency. The definition will…

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