Kurt Langmann

Canadian military

Aldergrove plays key role in building new stealth fighter jets

Aldergrove-based company's share of contracts for F-35 stealth fighter jets is providing more than two years of work for 65 employees

Canadian military

Aldergrove gravel pits returned to farmland

A contract worth $2.6 million has been awarded to Mainland Civil Works Inc. to complete a reclamation program for Strong Pit and Brown Pit.

Million Dollar Neighbourhood participants in Aldergrove.

Aldergrove feels like a million dollars

One hundred Aldergrove families will be the stars of a new TV series when Oprah Winfrey Network presents "Million Dollar Neighbourhood."

Million Dollar Neighbourhood participants in Aldergrove.
Aldergrove hobby farmer Erik Jensen and some of his remaining chickens look over the tracks of what appears to be a cougar (inset photo shows Jensen's hand next to the track

Cougar blamed in Aldergrove farm killing spree

A south Aldergrove hobby farmer wants rural residents to know that a cougar has been prowling here recently.

Aldergrove hobby farmer Erik Jensen and some of his remaining chickens look over the tracks of what appears to be a cougar (inset photo shows Jensen's hand next to the track
Ryan McAllister

McAllister seeks new path in rocky business

It's been a tumultuous decade for the music industry, one in which the traditional business model was turned on its head.

Ryan McAllister

Restaurant food PST-free, but food producers pay?

Perhaps the biggest irony of the referendum defeat of the HST in B.C. is that the "working poor" of this province will still not be able to afford to dine out once the former PST exemption is restored to restaurant tabs. Yet B.C.'s agricultural industry, which provides nutritious, locally-grown food to the public free of any taxes, will be forced once again to hand over $15- to $20 million a year in PST to the provincial treasury.

Interior Lumber Association president Jim Hackett (at the podium) and forestry industry small businessmen (from left) Aaron Moore

HST good for B.C., says small lumber companies

HST small business Forestry industry B.C.

Interior Lumber Association president Jim Hackett (at the podium) and forestry industry small businessmen (from left) Aaron Moore
Otter Co-op's new general manager Jack Nicholson says their Honda Civic customer contest has been so successful for their retail store that the co-op will be exploring other contests for their ever-growing business locations.

Co-op’s new GM plans bigger and better future

A man who started out as an apprentice baker for Federated Co-operatives…

Otter Co-op's new general manager Jack Nicholson says their Honda Civic customer contest has been so successful for their retail store that the co-op will be exploring other contests for their ever-growing business locations.
Draven Vorauer

Aldergrove goalie to lead Canucks against ‘Hawks

A budding young goalie has not only snagged prime seats for his…

Draven Vorauer
Kinetics Drive Solutions Inc. has expanded their transmission design house and testing facility in Gloucester Industrial Estates.

Kinetics ‘drives’ greener vehicles

An engineering firm that has grown to become Canada's largest drive and…

Kinetics Drive Solutions Inc. has expanded their transmission design house and testing facility in Gloucester Industrial Estates.