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Kyler Emerson

Kyler Emerson

I've lived in Langley my whole life and received my Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Kwantlen Polytechnic University last year. Before joining Langley Advance Times, I worked as an editor for KPU’s student newspaper, The Runner, for over three years. Now, I'm excited to start my journalism career in Langley and meet our community.

Phone
604-514-6751
Email
kyler.emerson@langleyadvancetimes.com

Recent Work by Kyler

KPU researchers discover new, sustainable way to grow basil

KPU researchers discover new, sustainable way to grow basil

Trials run at greenhouse on Langley campus
Langley ukulele community sees growth post-COVID

Langley ukulele community sees growth post-COVID

Spring Uke Camp will feature teaching component for the first time
7 lives lost to unregulated drug supply in Langley last month

7 lives lost to unregulated drug supply in Langley last month

198 deaths throughout B.C. is a grim start to new year of overdose fatalities
Aldergrove cadets see successful return of annual bottle drive

Aldergrove cadets see successful return of annual bottle drive

12 ‘mega bins’ filled with bottle donations
Music, dance, art celebrates culture in Aldergrove for 2nd year

Music, dance, art celebrates culture in Aldergrove for 2nd year

Various events at Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre hosted by Langley Arts Council
COBS bakeries are collecting ‘doughnations’ for local charity

COBS bakeries are collecting ‘doughnations’ for local charity

Donations collected until March 2
Fort Langley unveils new street banner design

Fort Langley unveils new street banner design

Community association seeking ideas for old banners
Little Dipper Theatre presents ‘Our Town’ production in Fort Langley

Little Dipper Theatre presents ‘Our Town’ production in Fort Langley

Various dates from Feb. 29 to March 10
VIDEO: Langley’s Coldest Night walk raises more than $32,000

VIDEO: Langley’s Coldest Night walk raises more than $32,000

Charity event raises money to support local homeless population
VFC players visiting Langley school to spread kindness on Pink Shirt Day

VFC players visiting Langley school to spread kindness on Pink Shirt Day

‘Nobody is lesser for their differences,’ says Alex Hope Elementary student
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