Langley, BC launched a business directory to help residents find essential supplies during COVID-19

Langley, BC business directory COVID-19 essential supplies
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The Township of Langley launched the "Buy Local - Open for Business directory" to help residents find essential services and supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic. The directory features local businesses with social distancing requirements, delivery options, or contact-free pickup. Langley's Economic Investment and Development staff compiled the directory by calling over 600 local businesses. The directory includes businesses such as grocery stores, banks, pharmacies, animal services, etc.

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