More than 10,500 people have now signed an online petition asking the health authority to allow the Langley drive-in theatre to continue after it had it’s allowable capacity cut from 200 to only 50 vehicles.
There is some confusion as to whether the movie theatre is designated as a ‘drive in event’ (which has a maximum capacity of 50 vehicles) or a ‘drive in theatre’. The theatre previously hosted 200 vehicles with a distance of 20 feet apart. The health authority are also claiming that the theatre’s take out food license is not valid even though it was used all through phase 1 of the pandemic.
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. ❤️MONEY RAISED FOR LANGLEY FOOD BANK – $4,085 | Tons of non perishable food donations!!!!❤️
WOW, HUGE THANK YOU to everyone in our community for supporting our Langley Food Bank food drive and fundraiser the past weekends!! The community response absolutely exceeded our expectations. It was incredible how many people took time out of their day to drop off non perishable food donations at the Royal Lepage Wolstencroft Office for those in our community that are in need. We initially organized this mainly as a food drive since we understood that people may not be in a position to donate cash during these uncertain times however the amount of people that wanted to help and donate cash for those in need was incredibly overwhelming. So again we want to give a massive THANK YOU as well for the generous cash donations from our friends, family members, work colleagues and the community to help the Food Bank during this time. Again THANK YOU to everyone who contributed for helping spread the word and for their support. Thank you Royal Lepage Wolstencroft office and the very generous colleagues and Realtors within the office #bestofficeever for their support as well as the other local Rockstar Realtors who supported the fundraiser in the Real Estate community!!! You know who you are!! With your help we raised an incredible $4,085 for Langley food bank and dropped off multiple loads of non perishable food items. You guys ROCK. we rallied as a community to help our community we live in. That’s what it’s all about. We will get through this together ! Cheers
Special thank you to:
@cotalamarketing for donating the sign
@whitecloudproductions for filming the awesome promo video
@rlpwolstencroft for allowing us to use the parking lot
@langleyadvancetimes for the feature
@langleyfoodbank for helping with everything @ Langley Food Bank
BC’s Restart Plan lays out a series of steps that we will take together to protect people and ensure that our province can come back from COVID-19 stronger than before.
Around the world, governments have taken different approaches to try to bend and flatten the curve of transmission — from complete lockdowns to quarantines and varying intensities of physical distancing.
From the outset, B.C. established clear guidance, transparency and an evidence-based approach as hallmarks of our fight against COVID-19.
Protective measures B.C. has taken have included:
Providing physical distancing and hygiene guidelines for people, businesses and essential services to follow
Banning mass gathering of more than 50 people to reduce the risk of outbreaks
Closing bars, dine-in service at restaurants, and personal service operators, like barbers and dentists, to reduce the risk of transmission
Reducing in-classroom learning and child care
Requiring travellers to develop and stick to a 14-day isolation plan when arriving in B.C. from abroad
Restricting visitors to health care and assisted living facilities to protect some of our most vulnerable people
Postponing non-urgent and elective surgeries while maintaining urgent and emergency procedures
Working together we’ve made a lot of progress. These protective measures and restrictions have directly saved lives, but we also know that the public health benefit has come at some expense, including the economic, social and personal well-being of many British Columbians.
Check out the latest SnapStats video for the Fraser Valley. Due to the pandemic we are not seeing the typical number of sales we would see at this time of year. However there has been almost no change in benchmark prices in either condos, townhomes or single family home. In fact prices are slight up over last month and also up over this time last year. The SnapStats indicate that we are currently in a ‘balanced market’
Help us help the community during this tough time. Please watch the video featuring Jim from the Langley Food Bank. Please share this post and donate if you can during this time. Let’s rally together as a community, to help those in our community!
If you are able to make a cash donation it would be extremely appreciated by the Langley Food Bank. We have made it easy to donate and you will receive a Charitable Tax Receipt. The money will be used to purchase items that are most in need:
Food Drive: We will be at Royal LePage Wolstencroft Realty parking lot (19664 64 Avenue, Langley) from 12-2pm Sat/Sun May 2/3 & Sat/Sun May 9/10 facilitating drop offs from a safe distance.
We are also offering to pick up any donations form the Langley or Cloverdale area. Please email Donna at email@example.com or call/text her at 604-551-9924 if you can not make it to the drop off times.
Popular items in need include: Canned Meats and Fish, Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Sandwich Spreads (jam, peanut butter), Canned Stews, Rice and Pasta, Personal Care Products, Baby Food, Formula, and Cereal & Diapers (especially larger sizes)
During this tough time, people have to do whatever it takes to make ends meet, on top of their high demand, the food bank is seeing a huge influx of new faces and families struggling to keep up. Whether people have lost their job, seen a decrease in income, or just going through a tough time. This could be your neighbour, friend, family member, co-worker or even your grandparent. Let’s come together as a community to help our neighbours get through this tough time. CASH donations are most valuable to the Food Bank and it is easy to donate online. If you are fortunate enough to not be severely impacted by this pandemic, we are asking for your help and donation, every dollar and donation counts. Thank you!!
Congratulations to our sellers on the sale of your condo! Thank you for putting your trust in us and congratulations on the purchase of your new home!!
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In the unprecedented times we find ourselves in, more and more people are struggling financially and need extra assistance to get through these very difficult times.
One of the support systems they can reach out to is the local Food Bank. Unfortunately, food donations are way down and they are struggling to keep up with the needs of families that need them more now than ever.
Donations at the Langley Food Bank are way down and they are in dire need of all non perishable goods but most specifically the following items:
• Canned vegetable
• Canned fruit
• Canned soup
• Baby wipes
• Snack foods, crackers, cookies etc.
We know that going to the supermarket is daunting right now and we are all trying to avoid it as much as possible. However, if you do make the trip in the near future, please consider picking up a few extra items for the Food Bank or if you have items in your cupboards at home that you could donate we would be extremely grateful!
The Food Bank is also happy to receive donations of cash or supermarket gift cards.
We would be extremely happy to swing by and pick up any items (at a safe distance) and we will also be having a safe drop off day (we will let you know soon the day, time and place) where you can drop off items and safely say hi.
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The typical ‘Spring Market’ made a great start in March but the need for social distancing meant we had to make some big changes on how we do business and that was bound to have an impact on sales. Take a look at the SnapStats Video for the Fraser Valley – March 2020.
For more information on how we have adapted our business and the current market, call or email Garry Voigt – 604 789 2140, firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is absolutely no doubt about it, we are facing a very challenging time due to the COVID 19 virus. It is impossible to turn on any kind of media and not be bombarded with facts and figures about contamination and fatality numbers. Social distancing and self isolation, things that we had never heard of a few weeks ago have become the forefront of our lives. We are isolated from our loved ones, friends and co-workers and we don’t know when this pandemic will come to an end.
One of the major effects of the pandemic is on businesses, large and small. One after another businesses are having to shut down and the knock on effect of this is laying off employees. Hard working Canadians are suddenly finding themselves without a pay cheque, no way to pay their rent or Mortgage or put food on the table.
The Government of Canada has recognized the catastrophic ramifications of the virus on a huge sector of the population and as such, they have put in place several remedies in response to this situation.
Click on the article below from Weebly.com for great information on available support from the Government