Buy Local Township of Langley | unceded territories of the Semiahmoo, Máthexwi (Matsqui), Katzie, and qʼʷa:n̓ƛ̓ʼən̓ (Kwantlen) Nations

When you buy local, you support businesses that supports an eco-system of other local businesses in the community — from farmers and growers to makers and manufacturers, to business support service providers, like graphic designers and credit unions. So many of the Township of Langley’s businesses are committed to buying local and supporting a strong community — discover the Township of Langley businesses that keep your community strong!

The B.C. Buy Local campaign encourages consumers to shift at least 1% of their spending — just $15 — to a local business, or a local grown or local made product. If all consumers make a 1% shift, it will create 3,100 jobs and sends $94M in wages to workers in B.C. Check out more reasons to buy local.

The Township of Langley  is a strong partner of B.C. Buy Local Week, with neighbourhood businesses using our posters and stickers to identify locally owned stores, local grown and local made products, and our poster to tell us how they support other local businesses.

About the Township of Langley

The Township of Langley has both an urban centres and picturesque countryside. It includes six great neighbourhoods each with their own flavour and offerings – Aldergrove, Brookswood-Fernridge, Fort Langley, Murrayville, Walnut Grove and Willoughby-Willowbrook. It also includes a large rural area, home to many farms.

The Township of Langley is a thriving, business-friendly community located in the Metro Vancouver Regional District along the wide river basin of the Fraser Valley. Centrally located in a region population of 3 million people, the Township of Langley provides access to an unparalleled transportation network, world-class amenities and supplies, a skilled labour force, and some of Metro Vancouver’s most affordable housing and business rates — including one of the region’s most competitive tax rates.

The Township of Langley is home to charming, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and the antique and specialty shops of the historic Fort Langley Village. It also has great options for food and drink – everything from coffee shops and cafes to elegant fine dining, Langley is home to a number of wineries, many of which have produced award-winning wines. All wineries across Langley are open to the public for tasting and buying of wines, but individual opening hours vary. Langley has many other food and beverage specialties to offer – from craft beer to cider and spirits, goat cheese, meats, fresh berries and other foods.

Discover the Township of Langley

Here are a few ways to discover all the Township of Langley has to offer:

  • Tourism Langley. Check out all the things to discover in the Langley area. From Shopping & Services, to Agri-Tourism, Heritage & Culture and Local Made Beverages & Food, Langley’s got it all!
  • Circle Farm Tour. A feast for the senses, sample classic grape vintages and award winning fruit wines. Enjoy French cuisine, or fill your picnic basket with fresh pies, juicy berries, local cheese and specialty turkey. Stroll through gardens, farm markets, take in an equestrian event, meet an alpaca and see where the Hudson’s Bay Company first farmed … you can even milk a cow! Explore the endless choices of the Langley Circle Farm Tour. Circle Farm Tours are self-guided.
  • Wine Tours. Take a tour of Langley’s beautiful rural countryside, and sample the area’s leading wines.
  • Langley Community Farmers Market. Langley’s tastiest outdoor market, offering 75 vendors who ‘make it, bake it, or grow it’ selling the best the region has to offer throughout the spring and summer.

Sponsors & Partners

  • Township of Langley