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Matthew Claxton

Matthew Claxton

I am a CCNA- and BCYCNA-award winning reporter. Raised in Langley, I have covered the news here for most of my 20-year career, with a focus on local politics, crime and homelessness.

Phone
604-994-1054
Email
matthew.claxton@langleyadvancetimes.com

Recent Work by Matthew

Langley crossbow killer found guilty of manslaughter, not second-degree murder

Langley crossbow killer found guilty of manslaughter, not second-degree murder

Court convicted on a lesser charge with verdict rendered Wednesday, May 29
DNA, undercover evidence detailed as Langley manslaughter trial begins

DNA, undercover evidence detailed as Langley manslaughter trial begins

Obnes Regis accused of manslaughter in death of his wife, Naomi Onotera
VIDEO: Dead B.C. woman’s family hoping for ‘strong sentence’ from husband’s trial

VIDEO: Dead B.C. woman’s family hoping for ‘strong sentence’ from husband’s trial

Proceedings against Langley’s Obnes Regis started Monday, May 27 in New Westminister
No prison time for TWU security guard convicted of manslaughter

No prison time for TWU security guard convicted of manslaughter

Hutchison will serve 18 month conditional sentence
Unsold Teslas fill Langley parking lot

Unsold Teslas fill Langley parking lot

Sales are down at the EV company and inventory is building up
No need for new Brookswood plans: Housing Minister

No need for new Brookswood plans: Housing Minister

Kahlon says no more major changes on housing in near future
Quebec child porn suspect arrested in Langley

Quebec child porn suspect arrested in Langley

Suspect sent back east to face charges
Langley dental hygienist worked without a licence

Langley dental hygienist worked without a licence

College bans her from ever applying to practice in B.C., for life
Fraser Valley fur farmers lose lawsuit against B.C. over mink ban

Fraser Valley fur farmers lose lawsuit against B.C. over mink ban

Claims against province for fur farm ban struck by judge
Firefighters rescue ducklings from Langley storm drains

Firefighters rescue ducklings from Langley storm drains

Ducks taken to vet, will now go to wildlife organization
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