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Ben Lypka

Ben Lypka

I joined the Abbotsford News in 2015.
I graduated from Langara College's journalism program in 2010 and previously spent five years covering sports, arts and community events at the Squamish Chief newspaper.

Phone
604-851-4526
Email
ben.lypka@abbynews.com

Recent Work by Ben

B.C.'s Gurleen Maan set to compete on The Amazing Race Canada

B.C.'s Gurleen Maan set to compete on The Amazing Race Canada

Abbotsford farmer will team with Big Brother Canada winner Kevin Martin
Abbotsford performers release Vancouver Canucks inspired music video ahead of playoffs

Abbotsford performers release Vancouver Canucks inspired music video ahead of playoffs

Game Night features the work of Abbotsford’s DJ Heer and rapper A.S.M.
B.C.’s Cade Smith impresses in MLB debut with Cleveland

B.C.’s Cade Smith impresses in MLB debut with Cleveland

MEI grad strikes out five in two innings as the Guardians defeat Oakland Athletics
B.C. pro wrestler making WrestleMania debut on Sunday

B.C. pro wrestler making WrestleMania debut on Sunday

W.J. Mouat grad Sunny Dhinsa – aka: Akam – competing in Philadelphia Street Fight
‘Kidney Alley’ latest effort to help B.C. residents with kidney disease

‘Kidney Alley’ latest effort to help B.C. residents with kidney disease

Hotdog king Skully White aims to raise kidney donation awareness with wall at Abbotsford Centre
B.C. resident earns rose on week one of The Bachelor

B.C. resident earns rose on week one of The Bachelor

Abbotsford’s Chrissa Perez one of 22 women to advance to week two on the hit show
VIDEO: Abbotsford woman berated at gym for working out in women’s only section

VIDEO: Abbotsford woman berated at gym for working out in women’s only section

Parneet Khangura told by fellow patron to leave female section of Abbotsford gym despite being woman
After mom’s death, B.C.’s Hill sisters launch fundraiser for skate championships trip

After mom’s death, B.C.’s Hill sisters launch fundraiser for skate championships trip

Top-ranked Katerina Hill becomes legal guardian of siblings after mom’s death, now all three compete
B.C.’s Nick Taylor immortalized in 2024 RBC Canadian Open logo

B.C.’s Nick Taylor immortalized in 2024 RBC Canadian Open logo

Taylor’s celebration after championship putt now featured in next year’s logo
Abbotsford’s Sophie Schmidt playing final game for Canada

Abbotsford’s Sophie Schmidt playing final game for Canada

Schmidt will wear the red and white for the final time at BC Place on Dec. 5
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