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Tanmay Ahluwalia is a journalist based in Vancouver, Canada. As an immigrant, he is well-connected to African, and South Asian communities in Vancouver. He is also available to cover feature stories from the Indian subcontinent, and willing to take international projects, if travel cost is covered.
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Langley hospital can capture X-ray imaging much faster

01 Oct 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Langley Memorial Hospital has introduced a new Pedia-Poser chair to its medical imaging department, enhancing the speed and safety of X-ray imaging for pediatric patients. Tammy Karoway, the site coordinator for Medical Imaging, emphasized the chair's role in minimizing patient movement and improving comfort, which in turn facilitates quicker and more accurate imaging. The chair, funded by the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation and its donors, has been well-received and is already benefiting patients and staff since its arrival in November.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

01 Oct 2023  |  Surrey Now-Leader
Langley Memorial Hospital, part of the Fraser Health region, has implemented Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos. The system uses blue-colored wipes that fade to clear when cleaning is thorough, helping to reduce infection risks. Fraser Health is the first in Canada to adopt this system-wide. Training for the system is provided by Kinnos, and preliminary results show improved cleaning effectiveness. Key stakeholders express positive sentiments about the system's impact on infection control and staff efficiency.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

01 Oct 2023  |  Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Langley Memorial Hospital, part of the Fraser Health region, has implemented Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos. The system uses blue-colored wipes that fade to clear when cleaning is thorough, ensuring effective disinfection and reducing infection risks. Fraser Health is the first in Canada to adopt this system-wide. Training for staff is provided by Kinnos, and preliminary results show improved cleaning efficacy. The initiative is positively received by housekeeping staff and is integrated into Fraser Health's quality assurance and training programs.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

01 Oct 2023  |  Today in BC
Langley Memorial Hospital, part of the Fraser Health region, has introduced Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system that uses blue-colored wipes to ensure thorough cleaning. The system, developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos, helps staff visually confirm disinfection coverage. The initiative aims to reduce infections like C. difficile and MRSA. Training for the system is provided by Kinnos, and preliminary results show improved cleaning efficacy. The adoption of Highlight is integrated into Fraser Health's quality assurance and training programs.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

01 Oct 2023  |  www.mapleridgenews.com
Langley Memorial Hospital, part of the Fraser Health region, has implemented Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos. The system uses blue-colored wipes that fade to clear when cleaning is thorough, helping to reduce infections like C. difficile and MRSA. Fraser Health is the first in Canada to adopt this system-wide, with training provided by Kinnos. Preliminary results show improved cleaning efficacy, and the system has been integrated into quality assurance and new hire training programs.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

01 Oct 2023  |  Cloverdale Reporter
Langley Memorial Hospital, part of the Fraser Health region, has implemented Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos. The system uses blue-colored wipes that fade to clear when cleaning is thorough, ensuring effective disinfection and reducing infection risks. Fraser Health is the first in Canada to adopt this system-wide, with training provided by Kinnos. The initiative has been integrated into quality assurance and new hire training programs, showing promising preliminary results in improving cleaning thoroughness.

Langley welcomes runners from across Lower Mainland for the annual half-marathon

01 Oct 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
The 2023 Fort Langley Historic Half Marathon was a significant success, raising over $7,000 for the Langley Senior Resources Society. The event saw participation from numerous runners, including Carol Chesham, who, despite her stage 4 bone cancer, completed the walk to demonstrate her resilience. Langley residents Sally and Al Frost also participated to support the senior centre. Delta resident Riya Gill won the 5K run, while Alex Otero used the race as a training opportunity. The event highlighted community spirit and support for local seniors.

Local band brings the joy of Shania’s music to Langley residents with an interactive and entertaining show at the Bunkhouse Bar

01 Apr 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Totally Twain, a Langley-based tribute band dedicated to Shania Twain, will perform at the Bunkhouse Bar in Langley on April 1. The band, featuring Michelle Reid on vocals, Wally Kozakow on bass, Steve Goodall on guitar, and Kevan Van Keith on drums, promises an interactive and entertaining show with multiple costume changes and a selection of 25 of Shania's greatest hits. The band, which spent 12 months preparing the show, aims to bring joy and a 'Vegas' feel to the audience. They plan to tour across Canada in 2023, starting with five shows in Alberta in April.

World-renowned hypnotist Ty Reveen set to dazzle Langley with his show

22 Mar 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Ty Reveen, a world-renowned hypnotist and son of the famous Peter Reveen, is set to perform at the Chief Sepass Theatre in Langley on March 22. Known for his entertaining hypnosis acts, Ty Reveen promises a show that will take the audience on a journey into their imagination, making volunteers from the audience the stars of the performance. The show, which has a significant place in Canadian entertainment history, aims to liberate minds and elevate confidence, showcasing hidden talents in a dynamic manner.

World-renowned hypnotist Ty Reveen set to dazzle Langley with his show

22 Mar 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Ty Reveen, a world-renowned hypnotist and son of the famous Peter Reveen, is set to perform at the Chief Sepass Theatre in Langley on March 22. Known for his entertaining hypnosis acts, Ty Reveen promises an engaging and humorous show that will take the audience on a journey into their imagination. The show, which has a significant place in Canadian entertainment history, aims to liberate minds and elevate confidence. The performance starts at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Southwest Langley teen stars in local theatre production of Beauty And The Beast

15 Mar 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Langley's PLAY Society is staging a production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, featuring local talent including 15-year-old Lyla Magnus as Belle. The production, directed by Brad Tones, aims to captivate audiences with its visual and emotional appeal. The show will run from March 16 to 18 at the Chief Sepass Theatre, with tickets available through the PLAY Society's website. Unique offerings include 'The Grey Stuff' package, featuring treats from a local bakery. The production emphasizes community engagement and the joy of theatre.

Langley seniors centre seeks compassionate volunteers

14 Mar 2023  |  langleyadvancetimes.com
The Langley Senior Resources Society is seeking volunteers to assist with various activities that benefit senior citizens in the community. Janice McTaggart, the volunteer services coordinator, outlines the roles available, which range from gardening to mentoring, and the importance of valuing seniors. The society requires a criminal records check for volunteers, and provides training twice a year. Volunteers are recognized for their contributions and are essential in maintaining the independence and well-being of seniors in Langley.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

10 Mar 2023  |  missioncityrecord.com
Langley Memorial Hospital and other Fraser Health region hospitals have introduced Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system that uses blue-colored wipes to ensure thorough cleaning and disinfection. The color fades if cleaning is complete, helping to reduce infection risks from pathogens like C. difficile and MRSA. Developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos, Highlight's training is provided to Fraser Health staff, with preliminary results indicating improved cleaning efficiency. Kinnos co-founder Jason Kang expresses pride in Highlight becoming part of Fraser Health's standard cleaning methods.

Langley artist paints West Coast landscapes for her upcoming appearance at the annual art exhibition

01 Mar 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
The sixth edition of Langley's annual West Fine Art Show will feature a new location and a diverse lineup of artists from Western Canada, including local artist Lizete Dureault, who will present West Coast landscapes. The event, running from March 3 to March 5, will also showcase the work of local secondary school students and raise funds for the Langley School District Foundation. All participating artists will donate 25% of their sales to the foundation. The exhibition will be held at Yorkson Creek Middle School and will include performances by guitarist John Gilliat and a kids' art centre hosted by Opus Art Supplies.

Two exciting events coming to Langley’s Bez Arts Hub in March

26 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
The Bez Arts Hub in Langley is set to host three exciting events in March, featuring performances by the Justin Glibbery Quintet, Jacob Moon with special guest Cory Alstad, and Hawksley Workman. The events will showcase a variety of musical genres, from jazz and funk to pop and folk, highlighting the talents of award-winning and internationally recognized artists. Tickets are available for purchase on the Bez Arts Hub website.

Langley resident to ascend a 48-storey staircase in memory of his partner’s mother

26 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Yves Ho, a Langley resident, is set to participate in the BC Lung Foundation’s Climb the Wall event for the 10th consecutive year, climbing in memory of his girlfriend’s mother, Linda. The event, taking place at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, will see participants ascend a 48-storey staircase. Yves' team will be dressed in Star Wars character gear, with Yves in full Sandtrooper armor. The event aims to raise funds for the BC Lung Foundation’s Asthma Education Centre, which seeks to educate children and youth about asthma. The event will conclude with a celebratory brunch and entertainment.

Volunteers needed to survey residents Langley long-terms care home

25 Feb 2023  |  langleyadvancetimes.com
Survey BC Seniors is seeking volunteers in Langley to help improve the quality of life for over 29,000 long-term care residents in British Columbia. Volunteers will conduct surveys in Langley and Aldergrove care homes to gather residents' experiences and suggestions for local and provincial improvements. The BC Office of Patient-Centred Measurement is overseeing the project, and volunteers are expected to dedicate about 40 hours. The survey is available in multiple languages to accommodate the diverse Fraser Valley population. Volunteers like Jerry Gosling and Janice Germaine have found the experience rewarding. Interested individuals can sign up to volunteer at surveybcseniors.org/volunteer.

Langley hospital can capture X-ray imaging much faster

24 Feb 2023  |  aldergrovestar.com
Langley Memorial Hospital has introduced a new Pedia-Poser chair in their medical imaging department, enhancing the speed and safety of X-ray imaging for pediatric patients. The chair, which is comfortable and minimizes patient movement, has been positively received and is beneficial for various pediatric care areas within the hospital. The chair was made possible by the Langley Memorial Hospital Foundation and its donors.

Langley welcomes runners from across Lower Mainland for the annual half-marathon

24 Feb 2023  |  Aldergrove Star
The 2023 Fort Langley Historic Half Marathon was a success, raising over $7,000 for the Langley Senior Resources Society. Participants included Carol Chesham, a cancer patient, and octogenarians Sally and Al Frost, who completed the 5K route. Riya Gill finished first in the 5K run, while Alex Otero used the event as training for the Vancouver Sun Run. The event, which also featured 5K and 10K races, has been a staple in Langley for nearly two decades and showcased strong community support.

Annual Fort Langley Film Festival returns to the community Hall

24 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
The Fort Langley Film Festival, organized by the Creative Compass Society, will be held at the Fort Langley Community Hall, showcasing a variety of local and international independent films. The three-day event includes film screenings, Q&A sessions with filmmakers, and special presentations. Highlights include the local dramedy 'Rehab' by Andrew Genaille and the Mexican film 'Syncopation.' The festival is supported by several local organizations and aims to celebrate emerging talent in the film industry.

Langley-based Vancouver FC signs three players ahead of its first league season

23 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Vancouver FC, based in Langley, Canada, has signed midfielder Nima Moazeni Zadeh, defender Eugene 'Pele' Martinez, and goalkeeper Jeremy Zielinski for the 2023 season after their successful performance at the club's open trials. This marks the first professional opportunity for all three players. The club, which was founded in 2022, is preparing for its inaugural Canadian Premier League season in 2023 and emphasizes local talent and community commitment. Season tickets are now available for purchase.

Langley-based Vancouver FC signs three players ahead of its first league season

23 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Langley-based Vancouver FC has signed midfielder Nima Moazeni Zadeh, defender Eugene “Pele” Martinez, and goalkeeper Jeremy Zielinski for its inaugural Canadian Premier League season. The players earned their contracts through impressive performances at the club’s open trials. The article highlights the players' backgrounds, achievements, and statements from the club's coaching staff, emphasizing the team's commitment to local talent and community engagement.

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Discover how I turned my passion for understanding mental health into a platform for helping my community and myself

22 Feb 2023  |  Medium
The author shares their personal story about how their passion for understanding mental health led them to create a podcast. The article seems to focus on the emotional journey the author underwent in the process of developing this podcast, which is aimed at helping both the community and themselves. The author expresses a deep appreciation for podcasts in general and indicates a desire to contribute to the conversation around mental health through their own podcast. The article likely discusses the challenges and insights gained while creating content that is both personal and beneficial to listeners.

Langley para hockey player back from national camp, excited to share experience with local players

21 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Brendon Hurst from Langley returned from Canada’s National Para Hockey Team NextGen development camp in Montreal, where he participated in various activities and games. Hurst expressed his excitement and gratitude for the opportunity to develop his skills, learn from top players, and represent his country. He emphasized the importance of teamwork and mental focus in para hockey. Now back in Langley, Hurst looks forward to sharing his experiences and continuing his development as a player.

Langley building vandalized with threatening messages

21 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
A commercial building in Langley was vandalized with threatening messages and graffiti. The incident took place at 20437 Fraser Hwy, a property recently acquired by a developer, leading to the closure of previous businesses. The messages included violent and threatening language. Teri James, city councillor and executive director of the Downtown Langley Business Association, expressed disappointment and highlighted the city's efforts to address such issues promptly. She suggested that the abandoned building might continue to be a target due to its size and location. The city and DLBA are committed to addressing any future incidents swiftly.

Langley building vandalized with threatening messages

21 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
A commercial building in Langley was vandalized with threatening messages and graffiti. The incident took place at 20437 Fraser Hwy, a property recently acquired by a developer. The messages included violent and threatening language. Teri James, a city councillor and executive director at the Downtown Langley Business Association, expressed disappointment and noted that such incidents are rare. She emphasized the need for the property owner to address the issue promptly. The City of Langley and the DLBA are committed to ensuring that any future incidents are handled swiftly.

Langley students to present Mary Poppins, a magical production with a heartwarming story

20 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Langley Secondary Musical Theatre Company is set to present 'Mary Poppins,' featuring a cast and crew of 50 students and a full orchestra. The production, running from February 23 to March 4, promises a magical experience for audiences of all ages. Despite facing challenges, the students have formed strong connections and grown as performers. The show, chosen for its engaging chorus parts and challenging lead roles, has been a collaborative effort involving teachers and community members. Tickets are available online or at the door.

Langley para hockey player back from national camp, excited to share experience with local players

20 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Brendon Hurst from Langley returned from Canada’s National Para Hockey Team NextGen development camp in Montreal, where he participated in various activities and games. Hurst expressed his excitement and gratitude for the opportunity to develop his skills and learn from top players. He emphasized the importance of teamwork and mental focus in para hockey. Hurst is eager to share his new knowledge with his local hockey community and continue his growth as a player.

Langley students turning their school into the famous the town of Bikini Bottom

20 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Brookswood Musical Theatre in Langley is set to present 'SpongeBob SquarePants, The Musical,' featuring 37 students from grades eight to 12. Artistic director Sheri Eyre was inspired to add the show after seeing it in New York City. The production celebrates friendship and community, with students like Mimi Kokkoris, Ali Mason-Zolotoochin, and Matteo Scott expressing their excitement and personal connections to their roles. The show runs from February 22 to March 4, aiming to bring joy to audiences and showcase the students' hard work.

Langley junior curlers make coach proud

20 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
The Langley-based curling team, Team Jones, won the Optimist Junior Interclub Division 1 playoffs in Block A, earning a spot on the plaque at Langley Curling Club. Another Langley team, Team W.W.W., finished third in Block B. The tournament featured eight teams, including two from Brazil. Coach Tracy Boyd expressed pride in her team's performance and strategy. The article also mentions the season's winners, Braza Girls, who were the 2022-2023 Envision Financial Division 1 Banner Champions.

Langley City ahead of the game – with Family Day activities being offered throughout long weekend

18 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Langley City is offering a variety of free activities throughout the long weekend to celebrate Family Day, including basketball, badminton, pickleball, and a special Family Day Fun Event with bouncy castles and obstacle courses. Recreation supervisor Tera Edell expressed excitement about the events, which are designed to be accessible to all community members. The city expects over 300 attendees and emphasizes the importance of providing popular and inclusive activities.

Mangat family memorial poker tourney raises thousands for cancer support

18 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
The Mangat family of Aldergrove has been organizing an annual poker tournament since 2014 to raise funds for cancer support in memory of Surjit Dhillon. The event, held at the Royal Canadian Legion, has raised approximately $80,000 to date, with the latest event expected to contribute around $5,000. Initially benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation, the funds now directly support families affected by cancer. Despite challenges posed by the pandemic, the event continues to grow, with additional fundraising activities like a softball tournament and a planned golf tournament. The family emphasizes community support and aims to alleviate the financial burdens of those affected by cancer.

VIDEO: Mangat family memorial poker tourney raises thousands for cancer support

18 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
The Mangat family in Aldergrove has been organizing an annual poker tournament since 2014 to raise funds for cancer support in memory of Surjit Dhillon. The event, held at the Royal Canadian Legion, has raised approximately $80,000 to date, with the latest event expected to generate about $5,000. Initially, funds were donated to the BC Cancer Foundation, but now they directly support families affected by cancer. Despite challenges posed by the pandemic, the family continues to expand their fundraising efforts, including a softball tournament and a planned golf tournament. The community's overwhelming support has been crucial to their success.

Langley City ahead of the game – with Family Day activities being offered throughout long weekend

18 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Langley City is offering a variety of free activities throughout the long weekend to celebrate Family Day, including basketball, badminton, pickleball, and a special Family Day Fun Event with bouncy castles and obstacle courses. Recreation supervisor Tera Edell anticipates a large turnout, especially on Monday, and emphasizes the inclusivity of the events, which are designed to be accessible to all families in the community.

Annual Fort Langley Film Festival returns to the community Hall

13 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
The Fort Langley Film Festival, organized by the Creative Compass Society, is set to showcase local and international independent films at the Fort Langley Community Hall. The event includes a lineup of short and full-length films, Q&A sessions with filmmakers, and special events. The festival opens with an awards gala for the Fort Flicks 48-Hour Film Challenge and features films such as the local dramedy 'Rehab' and the Mexican film 'Syncopation'. Documentaries like 'Rematriation' and 'The Aesthetics of the Fight' will also be screened. The festival is supported by BC Gaming, Metro Vancouver, and other local organizations.

Renowned performers to take the stage at Rose Gellert Hall

12 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Langley Community Music School (LCMS) will host a brass trio performance featuring the One, Two, Trio and special guest Alan Matheson on February 12. The concert, part of the Sunday afternoon Concerts Café Classico series, will include a diverse musical program spanning four centuries. The One, Two, Trio consists of Jeremy Berkman, Katherine Evans, and Valerie Whitney, with Matheson joining as a pianist and trumpeter. LCMS, a recognized non-profit music school, invites the community to enjoy this event, with tickets available through the LCMS box office or Eventbrite.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an eco-friendly twist

10 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
The Greater Vancouver Zoo is celebrating Valentine’s Day by encouraging local residents to recycle old cellphones in exchange for a two-for-one admission pass. This initiative, part of the zoo's year-round partnership with Eco-cell, aims to reduce the demand for Coltan, a mineral mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo that threatens wildlife habitats. Menita Prasad, deputy general manager and director of animal care, emphasizes the program's role in conservation and reducing hazardous waste. The zoo will be open for extended hours during the Family Day weekend and the following week.

One lucky soon-to-be married couple could win a 7-night all-inclusive honeymoon package in the Dominican Republic

09 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
The Head Over Heels Wedding Show, a community event for couples planning their wedding, will take place at the Langley Golf and Banquet Centre on February 26. The event, organized by Alexandria Barboutis, will feature vendors from across the Lower Mainland, including decorators, florists, photographers, and more. Attendees can enjoy seminars, a bridal gown sale, and a chance to win a honeymoon stay at the Melia Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

09 Feb 2023  |  theprogress.com
Langley Memorial Hospital and other hospitals in the Fraser Health region have introduced Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system that uses color-changing technology to ensure thorough cleaning and disinfection. The blue wipes, developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos, fade to clear when cleaning is complete, helping to reduce the risk of infections such as C. difficile and MRSA. Kinnos provides training to Fraser Health staff, and preliminary results indicate improved cleaning efficacy. The system is now a part of Fraser Health's standard cleaning methods.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

09 Feb 2023  |  hopestandard.com
Langley Memorial Hospital and other hospitals in the Fraser Health region have adopted Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system that uses blue-colored wipes to ensure thorough cleaning and disinfection. The color fades if cleaning is complete, helping to reduce infection risks from pathogens like C. difficile and MRSA. Developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos, Highlight is the first of its kind to be used system-wide in Canada. Kinnos provides training to Fraser Health staff, with preliminary results indicating improved cleaning efficacy. The system is part of Fraser Health's standard of care, and Kinnos aims to make Highlight a standard in all healthcare facilities.

Langley Memorial Hospital implements Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system

09 Feb 2023  |  langleyadvancetimes.com
Langley Memorial Hospital and other Fraser Health region hospitals have adopted Highlight, a new disinfectant wipe system that uses color-changing wipes to ensure thorough cleaning and reduce infection risks. Developed by Columbia University students and commercialized by Kinnos, Highlight's training is provided to Fraser Health staff, with preliminary results indicating improved cleaning efficacy. The system is part of Fraser Health's quality assurance and new hire training, with Kinnos aiming to make Highlight a standard in healthcare disinfection.

KPU welcomes new Indigenous artist and writer in residence for the Spring semester

08 Feb 2023  |  aldergrovestar.com
Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Langley is welcoming Brandi Bird and Brandon Gabriel as the new Indigenous writer- and artist-in-residence for the Spring 2023 semester. They join existing residents Molly Cross-Blanchard and Á’a:líya Warbus. Dean Shelley Boyd anticipates a dynamic semester with these four Indigenous artists and writers. Bird, whose work has appeared in various magazines, looks forward to starting a new poetry project and engaging with the KPU community. Gabriel, who has a deep family connection to KPU and designed its coat of arms, aims to work on projects with mature social and political themes.

KPU welcomes new Indigenous artist and writer in residence for the Spring semester

08 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Langley is welcoming Brandi Bird and Brandon Gabriel as the new Indigenous writer- and artist-in-residence for the Spring 2023 semester. They join existing residents Molly Cross-Blanchard and Á’a:líya Warbus. Dean Shelley Boyd anticipates a dynamic semester with their contributions. Bird, with works published in various magazines, looks forward to starting a new poetry project and engaging with the KPU community. Gabriel, who has familial ties to KPU and designed its coat of arms, aims to work on projects with mature themes reflecting his fusion of Western and Coast Salish art styles.

Langley Elks Lodge bringing dance night to the community

07 Feb 2023  |  www.aldergrovestar.com
Langley Elks Lodge #259 is hosting a dance event featuring the band Two of a Kind on March 25 to support local children and families. Organized by Jo-Ann and Larry Oakley, the event will offer music, dancing, an open bar, snacks, and raffle prizes at the Masonic Hall. Tickets are $15 and can be obtained through Barb Gee.

Annual recycle sale delights square dancers in Brookswood

05 Feb 2023  |  langleyadvancetimes.com
The Surrey Square Wheelers Square Dance Club held its annual recycle sale at the Brookswood Senior Citizens Activity Centre in Langley, attracting square dancers for gently used costumes and accessories. Marj Kenny, the event organizer, was pleased with the turnout and the support of volunteers. The sale featured 730 dresses and around 60 skirts, with half of the proceeds going to the Center for Child Development in Surrey. Attendees, including Carmen Braun, praised the friendly atmosphere and the event's support for charity and the club.

Local talent takes the stage in award-winning production, ‘Talking With’

03 Feb 2023  |  Langley Advance Times
The theatrical production 'Talking With' featuring local talents Kristine Brams and Marko Hohlbein is set to perform in Langley. The play, comprising 11 monologues, will showcase a range of characters and emotions. Brams returns to the stage after a hiatus, playing two roles, while Hohlbein directs the talented cast. Performances begin on February 16 and run until March 4 at Langley Little Theatre, with tickets available online.

Vancouver Giants fall to Kelowna Rockets in a close game

03 Feb 2023  |  The Abbotsford News
Vancouver Giants lost 5-4 to the Kelowna Rockets despite an early lead with goals from Julian Cull and Damian Palmieri. Penalties hindered the Giants, allowing Kelowna to capitalize on power plays. Key players for Kelowna included Adam Kydd, Ethan Mittelsteadt, Gabriel Szturc, and Carson Golder. Vancouver's power play was ineffective, and they were outshot 37 to 29. The Giants aim to recover in their next game against the Kamloops Blazers.

Vancouver Giants fall to Kelowna Rockets in a close game

03 Feb 2023  |  www.mapleridgenews.com
The Vancouver Giants were defeated 5-4 by the Kelowna Rockets on February 3, despite an early lead with goals from Julian Cull and Damian Palmieri. The Giants' penalties allowed the Rockets to capitalize on power plays, with goals from Adam Kydd, Ethan Mittelsteadt, Gabriel Szturc, Carson Golder, and Jackson DeSouza. The Giants attempted a comeback with goals from Ethan Semeniuk and Jaden Lipinski but fell short. The Giants had 29 shots on goal, Jesper Vikman made 32 saves, and their power play was 0 for 4. The Rockets had 37 shots on goal, Jari Kykannen made 25 saves, and their power play was 2 for 7. The Giants will next face the Kamloops Blazers at Langley Events Centre.

Vancouver Giants fall to Kelowna Rockets in a close game

03 Feb 2023  |  northdeltareporter.com
The Vancouver Giants were defeated 5-4 by the Kelowna Rockets on February 3, despite an early lead with goals from Julian Cull and Damian Palmieri. Penalties hindered the Giants, with Kelowna capitalizing on power plays. Adam Kydd, Ethan Mittelsteadt, Gabriel Szturc, Carson Golder, and Jackson DeSouza scored for the Rockets, while Ethan Semeniuk and Jaden Lipinski added late goals for the Giants. The Giants had 29 shots on goal, Jesper Vikman made 32 saves, and their power play was 0 for 4. The Rockets had 37 shots on goal, Jari Kykannen made 25 saves, and their power play was 2 for 7. The Giants will next face the Kamloops Blazers at Langley Events Centre.

Vancouver Giants fall to Kelowna Rockets in a close game

03 Feb 2023  |  Surrey Now-Leader
The Vancouver Giants were defeated 5-4 by the Kelowna Rockets on February 3, despite an early lead with goals from Julian Cull and Damian Palmieri. The Giants' penalties and Kelowna's effective power play were decisive, with Adam Kydd, Ethan Mittelsteadt, Gabriel Szturc, Carson Golder, and Jackson DeSouza scoring for the Rockets. The Giants attempted a comeback with goals from Ethan Semeniuk and Jaden Lipinski but fell short. The Giants had 29 shots on goal, Jesper Vikman made 32 saves, and their power play was 0 for 4, while the Rockets had 37 shots on goal, Jari Kykannen made 25 saves, and their power play was 2 for 7. The Giants will next face the Kamloops Blazers at Langley Events Centre.

Vancouver Giants fall to Kelowna Rockets in a close game

03 Feb 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Vancouver Giants lost a close game to the Kelowna Rockets with a final score of 5-4. Despite an early lead with goals from Julian Cull and Damian Palmieri, the Giants struggled with penalties, allowing Kelowna to capitalize on power plays. Key players for Kelowna included Adam Kydd, Ethan Mittelsteadt, Gabriel Szturc, and Carson Golder. Vancouver's power play was ineffective, and despite a late effort with goals from Ethan Semeniuk and Jaden Lipinski, they couldn't secure a win. The Giants will aim to recover in their next game against the Kamloops Blazers.

Vancouver Giants fall to Kelowna Rockets in a close game

03 Feb 2023  |  www.hopestandard.com
Vancouver Giants suffered a close defeat to the Kelowna Rockets with a final score of 5-4. Despite early goals from Julian Cull and Damian Palmieri, the Giants couldn't maintain their lead. Kelowna's power play proved decisive, with goals from Adam Kydd, Ethan Mittelsteadt, Gabriel Szturc, and Carson Golder. Vancouver's power play was ineffective, and despite a late rally with goals from Ethan Semeniuk and Jaden Lipinski, they couldn't secure a win. The Giants will aim to recover in their next game against the Kamloops Blazers.

Vancouver Giants fall to Kelowna Rockets in a close game

03 Feb 2023  |  Cloverdale Reporter
Vancouver Giants lost 5-4 to Kelowna Rockets in a close game on February 3. Despite early goals from Julian Cull and Damian Palmieri, the Giants couldn't maintain their lead. Kelowna's power play proved decisive with goals from Adam Kydd, Ethan Mittelsteadt, Gabriel Szturc, and Carson Golder. Vancouver's comeback efforts with goals from Ethan Semeniuk and Jaden Lipinski fell short. Jesper Vikman made 32 saves for the Giants, while Jari Kykannen made 25 saves for the Rockets. The Giants will next face the Kamloops Blazers at Langley Events Centre.

Vancouver FC adds forward Shaan Hundal to roster

31 Jan 2023  |  www.langleyadvancetimes.com
Vancouver Football Club, based in Langley, has added forward Shaan Hundal to their roster for the upcoming Canadian Premier League season. Hundal, who previously played for Inter Miami CF II, brings significant experience and skill to the team. Both the head coach, Afshin Ghotbi, and club president, Rob Friend, expressed their excitement about Hundal's addition, emphasizing his potential impact and the importance of providing opportunities for Canadian players. Vancouver FC, founded in 2022, continues to build its squad with a mix of experienced and promising players.
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