Miranda Gathercole

Artist Rendering of the new entry building proposed at the Greater Vancouver Zoo.

Greater Vancouver Zoo plans new buildings, parking lot

Animal farm applying to ALC for non-farm use to facilitate upgrades

Artist Rendering of the new entry building proposed at the Greater Vancouver Zoo.
Ryan Reynolds gives B.C. boy advice on wearing Deadpool costume

Ryan Reynolds gives B.C. boy advice on wearing Deadpool costume

Monique Tamminga’s Tweet to the Vancouver actor has gone viral

Ryan Reynolds gives B.C. boy advice on wearing Deadpool costume
Melanie MacInnes stands in front of several beehives that were introduced to the MacInnes Farm this Next year, they plan to expand their hives to 60. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

Meet the farmers behind the filming of ‘When Calls the Heart’

Known across North America for its Hallmark film set, the MacInnes property is also a working farm

Melanie MacInnes stands in front of several beehives that were introduced to the MacInnes Farm this Next year, they plan to expand their hives to 60. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.
Crews work in Horne Pit.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

Township remediates former gravel pit in Brookswood-Fernridge

Residents concerned over tree removal done as part of Horne Pit project

Crews work in Horne Pit.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Fans of the TV show ‘When Calls the Heart’, who are known as ‘Hearties,’ have come to Langley for the Hearties Family Reunion. Pictured are Samantha Despirito (from Florida), Lynn Tourangeau (from Washington State), Mary Bright (from Washington State), Pat Conlee (from Alabama), Lori Pearson (from Alabama), Barb Kenady (from Illinois), Renee Guernsey (from Washington State), Kim Johnston (from Michigan), Celia Sumrall (from Mississippi) and Jody Blosser (from Georgia). Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

‘Hearties’ descend on Langley

Fans of TV show ‘When Calls the Heart’ have gathered in Langley for the Hearties Family Reunion

Fans of the TV show ‘When Calls the Heart’, who are known as ‘Hearties,’ have come to Langley for the Hearties Family Reunion. Pictured are Samantha Despirito (from Florida), Lynn Tourangeau (from Washington State), Mary Bright (from Washington State), Pat Conlee (from Alabama), Lori Pearson (from Alabama), Barb Kenady (from Illinois), Renee Guernsey (from Washington State), Kim Johnston (from Michigan), Celia Sumrall (from Mississippi) and Jody Blosser (from Georgia). Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Members of the Forensic Identification Team are at the Rio Can shopping centre after a body was discovered in a dumpster. Troy Landreville Langley Times

VIDEO: Body discovered at scene of dumpster fire behind Langley City mall

Area behind furniture store taped off after firefighters find deceased woman while battling blaze

Members of the Forensic Identification Team are at the Rio Can shopping centre after a body was discovered in a dumpster. Troy Landreville Langley Times
The Port Kells Arts Club is hosting a fall exhibition and sale at the Fort Langley Community Hall Nov. 5. Langley Times file photo

Port Kells Arts Club hosts fall exhibition and sale

Free event takes place Nov. 5 at the Fort Langley Community Hall

The Port Kells Arts Club is hosting a fall exhibition and sale at the Fort Langley Community Hall Nov. 5. Langley Times file photo
John MacCallum, who has called Langley home for the last 20 years, was a member of the Scottish pipe band used in Wings’ 1977 hit song ‘Mull of Kintyre.’ MacCallum is pictured third from the right, with Paul McCartney in the centre. MacCallum is now a member of the South Fraser Pipes & Drums, a Langley-based band that is looking for new members. Photo courtesy of John MacCallum

VIDEO: Working with Paul McCartney ‘an out of this world musical experience’

B.C. pipe band member shares memories of recording 1977 U.K. hit ‘Mull of Kintyre’

John MacCallum, who has called Langley home for the last 20 years, was a member of the Scottish pipe band used in Wings’ 1977 hit song ‘Mull of Kintyre.’ MacCallum is pictured third from the right, with Paul McCartney in the centre. MacCallum is now a member of the South Fraser Pipes & Drums, a Langley-based band that is looking for new members. Photo courtesy of John MacCallum
VIDEO: Stormy weather pounds Lower Mainland

VIDEO: Stormy weather pounds Lower Mainland

Heavy wind and rain downed tree on car belonging to former MLA’s son

VIDEO: Stormy weather pounds Lower Mainland
Langley actors Andrew Wood and Virginia Cooke in Langley Players production of ‘The Memory of Water.’                                Supplied photo by Gordon Mantle

Memory, family relations explored in dark comedy

Langley Players production ‘The Memory of Water’ opens Oct. 19

Langley actors Andrew Wood and Virginia Cooke in Langley Players production of ‘The Memory of Water.’                                Supplied photo by Gordon Mantle
The Township is expanding its new public space waste management program across the entire municipality. A pilot done in Walnut Grove saw 93 per cent less dog waste in the garbage stream as a result of the new bins.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

New dog waste bins to be installed across Langley Township

Pilot project in Walnut Grove saw 93 per cent of pet waste diverted out of garbage stream

The Township is expanding its new public space waste management program across the entire municipality. A pilot done in Walnut Grove saw 93 per cent less dog waste in the garbage stream as a result of the new bins.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Caller Heather Reynolds of Abbotsford guides mainstream/plus dancers from the Surrey Square Wheelers Club through a variety of configurations on Tuesday night (Sept. 19). The club dances out of the Brookswood Senior Centre. See video at langleytimes.com.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times

VIDEO: ‘If you can walk, you can square dance’

Langley-based Surrey Square Wheelers Club now accepting new members

Caller Heather Reynolds of Abbotsford guides mainstream/plus dancers from the Surrey Square Wheelers Club through a variety of configurations on Tuesday night (Sept. 19). The club dances out of the Brookswood Senior Centre. See video at langleytimes.com.                                Miranda Gathercole Langley Times
Actor KJ Apa, who plays the character Archie in Riverdale, snapped a photo with a fan outside of Gabby’s Country Cabaret, aka the “Whyte Wyrm” on Sept. 19. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the actor was involved in a car crash after working a 16-hour day. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

UPDATE: Actor KJ Apa reportedly crashes car after long day of filming

Reports claim the actor fell asleep at the wheel after working a 16-hour day

Actor KJ Apa, who plays the character Archie in Riverdale, snapped a photo with a fan outside of Gabby’s Country Cabaret, aka the “Whyte Wyrm” on Sept. 19. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the actor was involved in a car crash after working a 16-hour day. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.
Actor Skeet Ulrich took selfies with Riverdale fans outside of Gabby’s Country Cabaret on Wednesday. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

More Riverdale celebrities surprise fans in Langley

Skeet Ulrich stopped to take selfies with fans waiting outside of Gabby’s Country Cabaret

Actor Skeet Ulrich took selfies with Riverdale fans outside of Gabby’s Country Cabaret on Wednesday. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.
Sandy and Gene Dunkley enjoyed music by The Day Trippers at the British Invasion fundraiser on Sept. 15. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

British Invasion fundraiser suffers major financial loss

Organizer Sandy Dunkley has to pay out of pocket for Cloverdale event

Sandy and Gene Dunkley enjoyed music by The Day Trippers at the British Invasion fundraiser on Sept. 15. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.
A rainbow crosswalk has been installed in Fort Langley. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.

VIDEO: Rainbow crosswalk unveiled in Fort Langley

Crews finished the colourful crosswalk on Glover Road Thursday night

A rainbow crosswalk has been installed in Fort Langley. Miranda Gathercole Langley Times.
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Councillor questions cannabis advertising

Township of Langley council asking for marijuana advertising to be regulated the same as tobacco

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More than $375 million in transportation projects shortlisted for Langley, region

More than $375 million in transportation projects shortlisted for Langley, region

Council leery of projects being explored by Gateway Transportation Collaboration Forum

More than $375 million in transportation projects shortlisted for Langley, region
The Day Trippers will perform as part of the British Invasion fundraising event, being held at the Cloverdale Exhibition Fair Grounds on Sept. 15. Proceeds from the event will go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. Submitted photo.                                The Day Trippers will perform as part of the British Invasion fundraising event, being held at the Cloverdale Exhibition Fair Grounds on Sept. 15. Proceeds from the event will go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. Submitted photo.

VIDEO: British Invasion comes to Cloverdale Sept. 15

Drive-in, sock-hop fundraiser organized by Langley’s Ron Dunkley Memorial Society

The Day Trippers will perform as part of the British Invasion fundraising event, being held at the Cloverdale Exhibition Fair Grounds on Sept. 15. Proceeds from the event will go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. Submitted photo.                                The Day Trippers will perform as part of the British Invasion fundraising event, being held at the Cloverdale Exhibition Fair Grounds on Sept. 15. Proceeds from the event will go to the BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund. Submitted photo.
It’s A Glorious Wonderful Life. Photo by Trinity Western University grad Trevor McMahan.

VIDEO: Screwball comedy blends vintage Hollywood glamour with millennial drama

Its a Glorious, Wonderful Life one of 100 plays featured in the 2017 Vancouver Fringe Festival

It’s A Glorious Wonderful Life. Photo by Trinity Western University grad Trevor McMahan.