The Aldergrove United Premier Mens Soccer Team is competing in provincial championships for the Adult Provincial A Cup (open age group).
Ko Ota of Japan is one of our international students studying at Aldergrove Community Secondary School.
Some of the financial pressure faced by prospective business students in B.C. can be reduced, thanks to David Black, the owner of Black Press.
Congratulations to Hyukin Kwon, Yimeng Han and Daiki Saito who are the first time recipients of the British Columbia Ministry of Education International Student Ambassador Scholarship for K-12 entry.
When four Alex Hope Elementary Grade 4 students read about the many orphaned black bear cubs arriving at Langley’s Critter Care rehabilitation centre this summer, they knew they wanted to help.
A tiny amputee kitten is being given a new lease on life thanks to some clever students who turned to technology to solve the problem.
Feral feline Cassidy was found nearly starved in the woods in Langley over the summer. Badly injured in an accident, he lost both of his back legs to an infection and ended up in the care of the volunteer-run TinyKittens Society.
The community of Langley Fine Arts was lucky to welcome Evangeline Lilly
Originally from Japan, Kawakami, 22, moved to Langley in Grade 10 after taking summer school courses here and developing a fondness for the community.
With acts ranging from hip hop to lyrical dance, a rapper, a pair of heart-stopping aerial acts, more than a dozen musical performances and even a slam poet, the fifth and final Langley Has Talent competition, held at Christian Life Assembly on Saturday, was a variety show in the truest form of the word.
Langley ISP District Vice-Principal, Mr. Kim Luteijn, attended Mexico City’s Imagine Canada Fair in February and met with many families who are interested having their children study in Langley.