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Langley is a city in the Metro Vancouver Regional District. It is bordered by Surrey, Cloverdale area, and the Township of Langley. Langley was incorporated as a city on March 15, 1955. It has a total population of 25,888, according to the 2016 Canadian population census, and a land area of 10.22 square kilometers. As a result, the city has a population density of 2,533.6 per square kilometer.

The city of Langley has 17 public parks. Some of the parks are merely small neighborhood adventure playgrounds but some are large with wildlife, nature trails and several sporting fields and equipment. A few of these parks include Brydon Park, City Park, Uplands Dog Off-Leash Park, Douglas Park, Nicomeki Park, Linwood Park, Sendall Gardens, Rotary Centennial Park, Penzer Action Park, and so forth.

Langley’s major annual event is the Langley Cruise-In held every September annually. Other events held in the city include the Arts Alive Festival and the Langley Ukulele Ensemble. Moreover, the basic infrastructure and community facilities in the city include Langley City FVRL Library, Douglas Recreation Center, Timms Community Center, Langley Fire Rescue Hall, AI Anderson Memorial, and so forth.

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Best Walk-in Eye Clinics in Langley

According to Yelp, the best walk-in eye clinics in Langley are:

  • Crystal Vision and Hearing Centre - 20611 Fraser Highway Langley, BC V3A 4G4 - (604) 510-5142
  • UV Optical - 20231 Fraser Highway Langley, BC V3A 4E7 - (604) 533-1666
  • Langley Eyecare Centre - 20641 Logan Avenue Langley, BC V3A 7R3 - (604) 534-6033
  • Mahdaviani A C Optometrist - 20641 Logan Avenue Langley, BC V3A 7R3 - (604) 534-6033
  • West Coast Optical - 19475 Fraser Highway Surrey, BC V3S 6K7 - (604) 533-1171

Best Pharmacies in Langley

The following is a list of the lowest dispensing fees/ or best pharmacies in Langley:

  • Medicine Centre Pharmacy Langley - 20435 Douglas Crescent Langley, BC V3A 4B6
  • The Pharmacy Langley - 5501 204 Street Langley, BC V3A 5N8
  • Remedy’sRx - 20103 40th Avenue Langley, BC V3A 2W3
  • Glover Family Pharmacy - 102-5796 Glover Road Langley, BC V3A 4H9
  • Fraser Medicine Centre Pharmacy - 20200 Fraser Highway Langley, BC V3A 4E6

Best Dental Clinics in Langley

The following is a list of the best dental clinics in Langley area:

  • Steven C Hill, DMD - 19640 64 Avenue Langley, BC V2Y 1H3
  • Logan Creek Dental - 101, 6424 200 St, Langley, BC V2Y 2T3, Canada
  • Willowbrook Park Dental Centre - 6187 200th Street Langley, BC V2Y 1A2
  • Lighthouse Dental Centre - 8411 200th Street Langley, BC V2Y 0E7
  • Clayton Dental Center - 104-18655 Fraser Highway Surrey, BC V3S 7Y3

Hospitals in Langley

Langley has a hospital. The following are the hospitals in the city:

  • Langley Memorial Hospital - 22051 Fraser Hwy, Langley, BC V3A 4H4, Canada

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Langley Health News

The first ever dementia village in Canada, dubbed ‘The Village’, is set to open in Langley, BC next year. The Village will comprise six, single-storey cottage-style homes and a community center. It will house 78 dementia patients which include people suffering from various diseases that degenerate the brain and associated with aging such as Alzheimer’s disease. Furthermore, The Village will consist of 72 specially trained staff to take care of the patients.

According to the project leader, Elroy Jespersen, The Village got its inspiration from the first ever dementia village in the world, in the Netherlands, known as Hogeweyk. He further pointed out that the project is an extension of other assisted and extended care communities he has designed and developed over the past 29 years he had been in the practice.

The Village is situated at the Old Bradshaw Elementary School site - 3920 198th St and according to Jespersen, the project should be completed by April 2019.  The Village is unlike the traditional nursing home. It allows residents to have a coffee, shop, walk their dog, get a hair cut, and participate in other activities such as gardening, all by themselves.

According to Jespersen, the cost of living in The Village would not be cheap. Although he had not finally worked out the final numbers, he estimated that it would cost $190 to $245 per day for each person (or $6000 - $7500 per month).

Moreover, the provincial healthcare plans to establish another dementia village in Metro Vancouver on the St. Vincent’s Hospital site at Heather Street and West 33rd. But this could take years to open.

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