City of Langford

City of Langford’s Mayor’s Golf Tournament raised over $50,000 for local charities across Greater Victoria. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

VIDEO: Langford downsizes 24th annual Mayor’s Golf Tournament amid pandemic

Event raises $50,000 for Greater Victoria charities

City of Langford’s Mayor’s Golf Tournament raised over $50,000 for local charities across Greater Victoria. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
RCMP looking for man who allegedly smashed window of Langford hair salon

RCMP looking for man who allegedly smashed window of Langford hair salon

Suspect described as Caucasian, five-foot-seven and in early 20s

RCMP looking for man who allegedly smashed window of Langford hair salon
Langfird bylaw enforcement is ramping up education on physical distancing as hot weather draws crowds to lakes and parks. In this photo taken Tuesday, the crowds appear smaller and more socially distanced than those photographeed Monday and sent to the city’s mayor and council. (Dawn Gibson/News Staff)

Photos of crowded Langford beach spark COVID-19 concerns

Bylaw officers to offer physical distancing reminders as parks fill up for summer

Langfird bylaw enforcement is ramping up education on physical distancing as hot weather draws crowds to lakes and parks. In this photo taken Tuesday, the crowds appear smaller and more socially distanced than those photographeed Monday and sent to the city’s mayor and council. (Dawn Gibson/News Staff)
Two gnomes and a turtle were stolen from a Langford woman’s property in the 900-block of Walfred Road in the early morning hours of Thursday, July 16. (Courtesy of Heather Boggs)

Gnome stolen from Langford home was a gift for completing chemotherapy

One of the gnomes was a gift for completing chemotherapy

Two gnomes and a turtle were stolen from a Langford woman’s property in the 900-block of Walfred Road in the early morning hours of Thursday, July 16. (Courtesy of Heather Boggs)
Langford resident J Scott and over two dozen neighbours are upset over a proposal for two 11-storey buildings along Fairway Avenue. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Langford resident J Scott and over two dozen neighbours are upset over a proposal for two 11-storey buildings along Fairway Avenue. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
The province and the Sooke School District purchased a six-acre plot of land along Latoria Road in south Langford for a new 500-seat elementary school. SD62 Trustee and Board of Education Chair Ravi Parmar said the new school site is welcomed as the neighbourhood expands. (Black Press Media file photo)

Province, SD62 purchase six acres in Langford for new 500-seat elementary school

New school site in south Langford, along Latoria Road

The province and the Sooke School District purchased a six-acre plot of land along Latoria Road in south Langford for a new 500-seat elementary school. SD62 Trustee and Board of Education Chair Ravi Parmar said the new school site is welcomed as the neighbourhood expands. (Black Press Media file photo)
Pacific FC mascot Stewie the Starfish as well as members of the Pacific FC team and City of Langford representatives were in Centennial Park on the weekend for Langford Acts of Kindness Day. They handed out cookies to passersby as part of the City’s ‘I Am Langford’ campaign. (Courtesy of the City of Langford)

Langford cuts red tape, engages in random acts of kindness to uplift spirits

‘I Am Langford’ campaign promotes supporting local

Pacific FC mascot Stewie the Starfish as well as members of the Pacific FC team and City of Langford representatives were in Centennial Park on the weekend for Langford Acts of Kindness Day. They handed out cookies to passersby as part of the City’s ‘I Am Langford’ campaign. (Courtesy of the City of Langford)
The latest renderings of Langford’s Tallwood I will feature 124 residential units and potential for a restaurant space. (Courtesy of DB Services)
The latest renderings of Langford’s Tallwood I will feature 124 residential units and potential for a restaurant space. (Courtesy of DB Services)
Langford’s Clayton Leachman is protesting in front of City Hall after he says bylaw enforcement hasn’t been taken against a property owner constructed a building without necessary permits. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Langford man upset over building constructed without necessary permits

City plans to seek compliance with property owner

Langford’s Clayton Leachman is protesting in front of City Hall after he says bylaw enforcement hasn’t been taken against a property owner constructed a building without necessary permits. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Royal Roads student Jaya Bremer is currently preparing a report on how Langford can set itself up for success when the expected second wave of the pandemic hits in the fall. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Pandemic provides real-life training ground for Royal Roads student

Masters student works with Langford’s Emergency Operations Centre

Royal Roads student Jaya Bremer is currently preparing a report on how Langford can set itself up for success when the expected second wave of the pandemic hits in the fall. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
CITTA Construction began building the mass timber warehouse in Langford at the end of May. (Courtesy of Studio 321 Architects)

New mass timber building popping up in Langford

Construction to house one of Canada’s largest plumbing supply companies

CITTA Construction began building the mass timber warehouse in Langford at the end of May. (Courtesy of Studio 321 Architects)
Langford strata owners worried hefty sewage bills will swamp homeowners

Langford strata owners worried hefty sewage bills will swamp homeowners

Skedans Road homeowners say they face a $25,000 bill for main sewage installation

Langford strata owners worried hefty sewage bills will swamp homeowners
A B.C. Supreme Court judge says the City of Langford’s decision to move ahead on a development without a certified architect was ‘unreasonable.’ (Google Maps)

No architect for Langford building ruled ‘unreasonable’ by B.C. Supreme Court

Legal action brought against City in 2019 for permit issued on Hoffman Avenue building

A B.C. Supreme Court judge says the City of Langford’s decision to move ahead on a development without a certified architect was ‘unreasonable.’ (Google Maps)
Norm Scott, president of Royal Canadian Legion Branch #91 in Langford, said they’ve lost anywhere between $50,000 to $70,000 in revenue due to the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Langford Legion hesitantly re-opens with new hours

President says doors open Tuesday to Saturday from noon to 7 p.m.

Norm Scott, president of Royal Canadian Legion Branch #91 in Langford, said they’ve lost anywhere between $50,000 to $70,000 in revenue due to the pandemic. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
The sale of merchandise and non-food items means that craft vendors are back at the Goldstream Farmers Market, just in time for their launch on June 6 at Veterans Memorial Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday until October 10. (Black Press Media file photo)

Craft vendors allowed to re-join Goldstream Farmers Market

Dr. Bonnie Henry lightens restrictions, approves non-food items to be sold

The sale of merchandise and non-food items means that craft vendors are back at the Goldstream Farmers Market, just in time for their launch on June 6 at Veterans Memorial Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday until October 10. (Black Press Media file photo)
Pacific FC and the City of Langford are hoping to host all eight Canadian Premier League teams at Westhills Stadium as a soccer hub in August. (Black Press Media file photo)

Langford pitches Westhills as Canadian Premier League soccer hub

Langford could host all eight teams for August matches

Pacific FC and the City of Langford are hoping to host all eight Canadian Premier League teams at Westhills Stadium as a soccer hub in August. (Black Press Media file photo)
Langford Lanes reopens with dividers, fewer lanes

Langford Lanes reopens with dividers, fewer lanes

Ice rink, mini-golf and restaurant to follow new regulations

Langford Lanes reopens with dividers, fewer lanes
Langford businesses can expand operations onto sidewalks and public spaces following a council decision May 21. (Black Press file photo)

Langford businesses can expand onto sidewalks, public spaces

Council passes new bylaw supporting business expansion

Langford businesses can expand operations onto sidewalks and public spaces following a council decision May 21. (Black Press file photo)
Shelley Vaags, a Langford woman, has been entertaining dozens of viewers on her daily sing-along livestreams. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

Langford bartender hosts singalong livestream for seniors

Live Senior Singalong takes place daily at 1 p.m. on Facebook

Shelley Vaags, a Langford woman, has been entertaining dozens of viewers on her daily sing-along livestreams. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)
Sandra (left), Anna and Edna Jedinak last saw see each other just two days before Mother’s Day. They were talking through a courtyard gate at the Priory, a long-term care facility, when employees told them to leave the premises. (Courtesy of Edna Jedinak)

Langford woman frustrated over visitor restrictions to see 96-year-old mother

Island Health to introduce virtual visits at long-term care facilities

Sandra (left), Anna and Edna Jedinak last saw see each other just two days before Mother’s Day. They were talking through a courtyard gate at the Priory, a long-term care facility, when employees told them to leave the premises. (Courtesy of Edna Jedinak)