Families displaced by Langley condo fire may face two-year wait to return home

He says many displaced families will spend Christmas in hotels.  “They certainly won’t be able to return to the apartment. It looks like reconstruction of it could take up to two years, so it will be at this point, really looking for people to find alternate accommodation, so whether that’s through their insurance or through some of the community support programs that are being set up to help people who may not have insurance.”      Read the article…………..


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