Langford, British Columbia

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to the southeast, Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia) to the north, Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia) to the southwest, and View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia) to the northeast. History Langford was named after Captain Edward Langford, who in 1851 established a farm called Colwood for the Puget Sound Agricultural Company in the area that covers most of modern Langford and Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia).

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Columbia Langford , the town of View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), and the District Municipalities of Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia), and Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia), which lie generally west of Esquimalt Harbour and Portage Inlet (Victoria Harbour (British Columbia)#Portage Inlet). width 11.1% valign top '''V8B''' Squamish, British


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Winnipeg) during high school in Langford, B.C. (Langford, British Columbia) Shortly after they joined with drummer Taylor Nelson Little and sax bass player Gary Middleclass (''né'' Gary Bourgeois) to form a pop-punk band. As the band got started, Bob Rock simultaneously started his career as a recording engineer at Little Mountain Sound Studios in Vancouver, B.C., allowing the Payola$ the time to record their first single, "China Boys" (1979). !-- Some Payola$ discographies


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in Langford include shopping at the Westshore Town Centre shopping mall (formerly Canwest Mall) with its 55 stores and services including major department, grocery, and retail chain stores as well as a seven-screen movie theatre. Cineplex Odeon to Open New Multiplex at Westshore Town Centre Douglas magazine !-- Bot generated


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The '''Western Communities''' or '''WestShore''' is a term used to describe the suburban municipalities of Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia), Langford (Langford, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia) and The Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia). Greater Langford and unincorporated districts (unincorporated community) west of Esquimalt Harbour and Portage Inlet, and south of the Malahat (Malahat, British Columbia) in the Capital Regional District (CRD), Greater Victoria of British Columbia, Canada. The Town of View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), which straddles Esquimalt Harbour, may also be included. It is an area of growing residential subdivisions, although farmland and substantial tracts of wilderness still predominate.


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76 elevation_ft postal_code_type Postal code postal_code V9B, V9C area_code 250, 236, 778 blank_name Highways (List of British Columbia provincial highways) blank_info 1 (British Columbia Highway 1), 14 (British Columbia Highway 14) blank1_name Waterways blank1_info Saanich Inlet website City of Langford footnotes

. •Juan de Fuca Highway •West Coast Road Langford (Langford, British Columbia) to Port Renfrew (Port Renfrew, British Columbia) 103 The total length of Highway 14 is 103 km (64 mi). In the east, Highway 14 begins at an interchange with the Trans-Canada Highway (Exit 14) in north Langford, proceeding south for 3 km (2 mi) as the Veterans Memorial Parkway through the community of Langford, British

Columbia Langford before turning west and continuing through Langford and Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia) for 22 km (14 mi), also passing by a local hill known as Mount Helmcken, before entering the city of Sooke. After Sooke, Highway 14 proceeds west for 36 km (22 mi) to Jordan River, hugging the coastline for most of the distance. Highway 14 then travels west northwest along the southwestern coast of the Island for 42 km (26 mi), finally terminating


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Sound Studios Little Mountain Sound in Vancouver. In 1987, the Payola$ (who had by then changed their name to Paul Hyde and the Payolas) again changed their name to Rock and Hyde (Payolas#Rock and Hyde (1987–1988)) and had a hit single in Canada with the song "Dirty Water". The song also charted on Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'s Hot 100. In 2007, the Payola$ reclaimed their irreverent band name and once again became active as a touring and recording act


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, British Columbia Langford , Esquimalt (Esquimalt, British Columbia), Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia), Sooke (Sooke, British Columbia), View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia), Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia), Capital H (Part 1) (Capital H (Part 1), British Columbia) '''Daniel Denton''' (born November 14, 1973), Devlin, Mike. "Going solo", ''Times-Colonist'', 2005-08-23, p. B5. known professionally as '''Moka Only''', is a Canadian

Langford, British Columbia

'''Langford''' is a city located on southern Vancouver Island in the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is considered the urban core of the West Shore, also known as the Western Communities. Langford is one of the 13 component municipalities of Greater Victoria and is within the Capital Regional District. Langford was incorporated in 1992 and has a population of approximately 29,000 people. Its municipal neighbours are Colwood (Colwood, British Columbia) to the southeast, Highlands (Highlands, British Columbia) to the north, Metchosin (Metchosin, British Columbia) to the southwest, and View Royal (View Royal, British Columbia) to the northeast.

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