Category Archives: Fort Langley Today

POSTAL VICTORY: McBride Station to be included in Fort Post Office!

Part of the village lifestyle in Fort Langley revolves around the Post Office. At the community planning session and subsequent open house for McBride Station the issue of maintaining the P.O. address as Fort Langley was raised by many people. … Continue reading

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BRIDGING THE GAP: Pedestrian Overpass adds to Fort trail network

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On August 2, 2012 the extensive trail system in Fort Langley received a major addition in the form of a pedestrian bridge over the main CN rail line. The connecting overpass was carefully lowered onto supporting platforms on either side … Continue reading

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HERITAGE MATTERS: Charles Hope plugs in Fort Langley

In 1909 Charles Hope built a beautiful home, “Illahie”, on the parcel where the Fort Langley Fire Hall now stands. Hope followed D.W. Poppy to become the second President of the Fort Langley and District Board of Trade in 1910. … Continue reading

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DISPLAY BOARDS: McBride Station open house

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Here are a few of the display boards that were shown at the public open house on June 21, 2012 at the Fort Langley Community Hall. Your comments will be appreciated.

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McBRIDE STATION: Please come to our open house tomorrow

Open House 2 to 8 pm at the Fort Langley Community Hall, Thursday June 21 Further to the public planning session in March our architects have plans for your review and input tomorrow (Thursday June 21, 2012) at the Fort … Continue reading

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Central Fort Langley site purchased by local builder

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A central piece of property in Fort Langley is being purchased by a local builder. Lanson Foster, President of Lanstone Homes, said the site is comprised of the Lombardy Campground and the land behind the Fort Langley fire hall totaling … Continue reading

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