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The city of Langley is claimed to be the best kept secret in the Lower Mainland  due to its rich history, abundance of nature, proximity to Vancouver, and its wonderful sense of community. Langley is a mixture of a bustling downtown core, historical heritage, and abundance of agriculture. The city’s pedestrian-orientated downtown core features a high-end shopping center, independent stores, farmer markets, and numerous restaurants. These businesses help Langley to continue to develop while still holding on to its heritage feel. With the historical Fort Langley just down the road and located on the Fraser River, visitors and residents can search through multiple antique stores.

Langley has several schools for post-graduate education–Kwantlen University College and Trinity Western University. The city also has a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment facility which is used for hockey, volleyball, and other such events. But if nature is what you are seeking, Langley is home to some of the most beautiful parks and trails, including the well-known Campbell Valley. With all that Langley has to offer–fabulous wineries, over 300 acres of parklands, many farms and nurseries, and a thriving arts community–every season is full of wonder and activities.

To visit the City of Langley website, click here. To visit the Township of Langley website, click here.


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