21735 Lougheed Highway
Maple Ridge, BC V2X 2S2
Phone: (604) 463-5111
Fax: (604) 463-3113
21735 Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge, BC, CA, V2X 2S2
- Phone: (604) 463-5111
- Fax: (604) 463-3113
The Pitt Meadows Regional Airport, located nearly 30 miles east of Vancouver, is a public airport that services the Vancouver metro area. This airport was opened in 1963 to serve serve as a satellite to Vancouver International Airport.
Located to the north of Langley, Vancouver British Columbia Temple is the 131st worship house established by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), formerly known as the Mormons. The plans for its establishment began in 2006, it was finally dedicated in 2010. The 2617 square-meter (28169.15 square foot) temple, sits on a site sprawling across 4.69 hectares (11.6 acres).
Offering a beautiful and a large campus, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, has a wide range of certified and world class courses to offer its students. Some of the areas in which these courses are available include business, health, horticulture, humanity and social sciences. Apart from studies, this place also proves to be a real fun place to be at with several events taking place throughout the year. To know more about this college, please check the website.
The Newlands Golf & Country Club is Langley's premium golf course with exquisite surroundings. The Newlands Golf & Country Club offers a fitness center where being healthy to be able to putt better is the prime focus. With state of the art equipment and highly trained trainers you couldn't be in better shape. As for the fine dining which comes with the club is another deal altogether. Delicious meals and mouth watering fares is what is served for whoever visits the Newlands Golf & Country Club. Thus, for further details do look up their website.
Arnold Palmer was in charge of the design and development of this golf resort situated in the scenic Fraser River Valley, just kilometers from downtown Vancouver. He planned not one, but two 18-hole championship golf courses. The Canal Course,and the Ridge Course. Though shorter than the Canal Course, the Ridge Course offers a more challenging round and is the Western Canadian site of the PGA Tour's yearly Air Canada Championship.
Dr. Charles Best Secondary School is a reputed secondary school that focuses on the overall development of the students. For admissions schedule and other details, check website.
The beautiful Como Lake United Church dates back to the year 1925 and falls within the United Church of Canada. The Sunday prayer services at the church are attended by people from Coquitlam and the 'Tri-Cities' area. Como Lake United Church also conducts community weddings and other social functions in the Central Church Hall. The church has two wonderful choirs and its music programs are a delight. Spreading the noble vision of love and unity among folks, Como Lake United Church has one of the most vibrant congregations of the region. Visit website for prayer timings.
A community school built in partnership with the city of New Westminster, Ecole Glenbrook Middle School started in September 2000. The school is well known for its late French immersion program. The school has a highly competitive volleyball and basketball team and a well-stocked library for research and reference.
The New Westminster Christian Reformed Church encourages the people of the community and new comers to the city to participate in their services and events. The church has 11 ministries including the Beehive Christian Preschool, the Christianity Explored course and the Music Ministry. Morning and evening services are held daily. Check the website on complete schedule of events.
Production Way-University Station is a train station that is a part of the Vancouver's SkyTrain rapid transit network.
The Peace Portal Alliance Church promises to alter your life and lighten your burdens. It regularly holds peace sermons, special workshops, community services, Sunday masses, cultural gatherings and spiritual sessions for one and all. Check website for more details.
This university is a mid-size campus with 17,000 students and 100 programs. It has three campuses which are in the city of Surrey, Harbour Centre and the main one, nestled on top of Burnaby Mountain. Designed in the 1960s by renowned local architect Arthur Erickson, it is well worth a visit. As a comprehensive university, it offers programs in the liberal and fine arts, sciences, applied sciences, business and education. SFU holds day and evening classes and allows students to take time off between studies to work in one of the university's co-operative education jobs.