Car Shows

Burgers were served up at the In-N-Out mobile restaurant in Aldergrove during the 2018 Langley Good Times-Cruise In. The burger chain's participation in the car show proved pivotal in a recent trademark case around who owns the phrase "double-double." (Langley Advance Times files)

California burger chain keeps ownership of ‘double-double’ trademark thanks to Langley car show sales

Tim Hortons had asked for a review of the trademark’s use in Canada

 

Castlegar’s first ever Jalopy Parade is set to celebrate the town’s less appreciated rides on Sept. 10. Illustration: ST3

Unique Castlegar car show ready to show off your ricketiest rides

Jalopy Parade to celebrate the region’s less-appreciated vehicles

 

Visitors check out vintage Fords on the legislature grounds during the Northwest Deuce Days show and shine on the Inner Harbour Sunday. Don Descoteau/Victoria News Staff

PHOTOS: Northwest Deuce Days deals Victoria a winning hand

Triennial event packs Inner Harbour area for Sunday show and shine

 

The Grand Forks Car show, held on Saturday for the first time since 2019, featured many cars, from old classics to modern cars. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)

Car show attracts a crowd in downtown Grand Forks

The event featured cars from across the province

The Grand Forks Car show, held on Saturday for the first time since 2019, featured many cars, from old classics to modern cars. (Audrey Gunn/Grand Forks Gazette)
Grand Forks’ Brock Mark stands by his 1965 GMC pickup, custom-built to specs inspired by his departed brother, Steve. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Grand Forks car show draws combines poker and chrome

Event organizer showcases poignant tribute to departed brother

Grand Forks’ Brock Mark stands by his 1965 GMC pickup, custom-built to specs inspired by his departed brother, Steve. Photo: Laurie Tritschler
A non-May Day parade through Fort Langley on Monday, May 18, 2020. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Car collectors come out in droves for drive through Fort Langley

A ‘spontaneous’ drive replaces annual May Day Parade, surprising village residents and shoppers alike

A non-May Day parade through Fort Langley on Monday, May 18, 2020. (Roxanne Hooper/Langley Advance Times)