This item is a newsletter - however, it was published by a real estate company specifically to attract public interest in the "Waterfront at Bedford Landing" properties being developed (at time of publication). The newsletter is made of glossy paper stock and has 6 pages, with text and images covering each page front and back. The front cover has a photograph covering the centre of the page, showing calm water and riverfront land, with a small white wooden church in the background backed by leaf-less trees, low mountains and a partly clear sky. The scene suggests autumn or winter. The photograph is bordered above and below by dark blue. On the top blue border, there is large-font cream-yellow text reading, "THE/ Bedford Times/" Between this text and the photograph's top edge, the dark blue border is broken by an olive-green line that runs from the right-hand edge of the cover to just under the edge of the "B" in "Bedford Times". This green line contains the following text in white, "FORT LANGLEY BC". Overlaying the photograph itself, there is black text reading, "Providing the (in bold) latest news (end bold) and (in bold) events (end bold) for (in bold) Fort Langley (end bold/ and its (in bold) newest community Bedford Landing/ Parklane Homes introduces Waterfront (end bold)/ And exciting collection of charming riverside apartments coming soon to Bedford Landing" Below the photograph, there is further text in smaller white font reading, "IN THIS ISSUE:/ (the following text is listed in bullet points) (in bold) Partnerships (end bold) ~ The Cornerstone of Success?/ (in bold) For the gourmet chef: (end bold) a look in (in bold) My Kitchen Window (end bold)/ (in bold) Bedford Landing (end bold) ~ How Far Along?/ (in bold) BC (end bold) proclaimed in (in bold) Fort Langley (end bold) 150 years ago./ (in bold) Exploring (end bold) Bedford Landing's Parks/ (in bold) Water Quality (end bold) ~ Playing our Part/ (in bold) The Waterfront Planning Process/ Spring Calendar of Events (end bold)." Finally, there is in the bottom right corner, text reading "VOLUME 3 SPRING 2008." As the front page suggests, there is a mix of topics within the newsletter that highlight both the in-progress real estate development and the surrounding location of Fort Langley, including the history of Fort Langley and annual events of interest. The publication also includes comments from residents of Fort Langley and Langley who are interested or would like to buy an apartment in the development complex.