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Ryleigh Mulvihill

Recent Work by Ryleigh

Premier David Eby to speak at Fraser Valley Economic Summit in Abbotsford

Premier David Eby to speak at Fraser Valley Economic Summit in Abbotsford

Eby announced as keynote speaker for the inaugural event being held May 21
VIDEO: Langley students showcase projects at regional Science Fair

VIDEO: Langley students showcase projects at regional Science Fair

Kindergarten to Grade 12 students from Fraser Valley schools selected, 116 projects on display
Encampment at Abbotsford’s Bradner rest area displaced for construction

Encampment at Abbotsford’s Bradner rest area displaced for construction

Rest area to close this summer; Ministry of Transportation will offer support
VIDEO: Blind basketball coach inspires Abbotsford high school students

VIDEO: Blind basketball coach inspires Abbotsford high school students

Langley Secondary School coach Sheldon Guy shares lessons learned since losing his sight in 2021
Hope’s Othello Tunnels to partially reopen in July

Hope’s Othello Tunnels to partially reopen in July

Atmospheric river damage to be repaired at 30 sites in Coquihalla Canyon Park
B.C.’s Ihor Verys first Canadian to finish and win Barkley Marathons

B.C.’s Ihor Verys first Canadian to finish and win Barkley Marathons

Ultra runner one of five finishers in 100-mile Tennessee event
British Columbians help predict cherry blossom bloomings in global contest

British Columbians help predict cherry blossom bloomings in global contest

Vancouver cherry trees expected to bloom four days earlier than last year, warm February a factor
Celebrity visit to B.C. hotdog stand sparks kidney donation conversation

Celebrity visit to B.C. hotdog stand sparks kidney donation conversation

Lully’s visited by American TV personality Bethenny Frankel who shared initiative to social media
43% of B.C. drivers don’t feel confident in roundabouts: survey

43% of B.C. drivers don’t feel confident in roundabouts: survey

The survey conducted by Ipsos in January found modern roundabouts reduce injury crashes by 75 per cent
Global contest calls on British Columbians to predict cherry blossom bloomings

Global contest calls on British Columbians to predict cherry blossom bloomings

This is the third year of the contest, which helps researchers predict everchanging blooming worldwide
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