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One Langley?   1 comment

Langley could be the Fermat’s Last Theorem of municipal governance.

Remember Fermat’s Last Theorem?  Mathematician Pierre de Fermat scribbled it into a margin of the mathematics book Arimethica in 1637.  He claimed he had a proof, but opted not to include it because it wouldn’t fit into the margin. Read the rest of this entry »


The Many Faces of Langley   Leave a comment

Langley, British Columbia is a bundle of contrasts enough to merit a diagnosis of Multiple Personality Disorder.  With more personalities than Sybil, Langley, bordered on the north by the Fraser River, south by the U.S./Canada border, west by Surrey and east by Abbotsford,  is known as the “Community of Communities”. Read the rest of this entry »