Media

On this page, you'll find past media mentions as well as Michael's published Letters to the Editor!

‘There are countless organizations that could be well served by the Township retaining ownership’

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Building now a heritage asset but Councillor Woodward warns still ‘can be demolished’

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He may only be 21 years old, but Michael Pratt believes the voice of young people is needed now more than ever on Township of Langley council.

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We saw in an article published in the Times on Jan. 3, explaining that condo values across Langley have increased dramatically. It wasn’t only condos, either — almost every type of home has had its assessed value increase.

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A special chest for a special flag

Langley AdvanceTimes

09/10/2013

MP Mark Warawa presents commemorative gift to the Township of Langley

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Tree dream halfway complete

Langley AdvanceTimes 

21/11/2011

Michael and Elizabeth Pratt’s dream of planting 158 commemorative trees in honour of fallen Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan is more than halfway complete...

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Local letter writer has seen how vital patios were to local hospitality sector

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With housing affordability top-of-mind, young voters could help millennial candidates win more seats than in any previous municipal election.

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There is a trend happening across Metro Vancouver that we would be remiss not to adopt: retrofitting our outdated shopping malls to be centres of our communities.

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Letter: Langley needs a sizable arts venue

Langley AdvanceTimes

05/01/2018

The closure of the Summit Theatre leaves the community without a large performing arts space.

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Two years after Michael and Elizabeth Pratt approached the Township with an idea for an Afghanistan war memorial, the pair’s vision is finally complete.

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