Stephanie Ip, The Vancouver Sun

Stephanie Ip

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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  • The Vancouver Sun
  • The Province
Past:
  • National Post
  • Financial Post
  • SudburyStar
  • The Windsor Star
  • Canoe
  • TheStarPhoenix.com
  • 24 hours Vancouver
  • Edmonton Journal
  • Regina Leader Post
  • Calgary Herald

Recent articles by Stephanie:

Four arrested in Burnaby after fight involving baseball bats, firearm

According to Burnaby RCMP, neighbours called police around 7:15 p.m. on Sunday after two people were spotted with baseball bats outside of a home in the 6900-block of Balmoral Street. → Read More

Investigation still active but search suspended for missing Coquitlam hiker

Coquitlam Search and Rescue had been tapped to assist in the search early on, but with no sign of Ali Safar Naderi following a week of searching, the crew has been told to stand down. → Read More

Vancouver Aquarium to close temporarily, 209 staff to lose jobs

The news comes as the aquarium faces some of the most financially rocky times of its 64-year history and as COVID-19 and physical distancing restrictions continuing for the foreseeable future. → Read More

New poll says COVID-19 response makes John Horgan Canada's most popular premier

According to the results shared Monday, Horgan leads the way with a 69 per cent approval rating, followed by Ontario Premier Doug Ford with 66 per cent and Quebec Premier François Legault with 65 per cent. → Read More

COVID-19 update for Aug. 31: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C.

Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for Aug. 31, 2020. → Read More

Vancouver weather: Steal my sunshine

Monday's weather could be sunny, could be a bit grey – hard to say at this point but it'll be a mix of sun and cloud for the next two days. → Read More

Vancouver weather: But first, a chance of showers

Sunday's weather will be warm, as will the rest of the week's weather – but first, a chance of showers. → Read More

Abbotsford police investigating drive-by shooting attempt

Officers at the scene found a 22-year-old man and his girlfriend inside a vehicle parked in a driveway, who alleged the occupants of a dark-coloured pick-up truck drove by and fired a gun at them. → Read More

COVID-19: Survey seeks to hear from seniors, families in long-term care

A new survey will be conducted across the province to learn how seniors in care homes and assisted living have been dealing with the dramatic lockdown and changes to visitation policies in the wake of COVID-19. → Read More

COVID-19: New exposures on flights to, from Delhi, Hong Kong, Amsterdam

Those on-board the flights, particularly those in the affected rows, should monitor for symptoms and contact a health-care professional at the first onset of symptoms and self-isolate immediately. → Read More

Search continues into third day for missing Coquitlam hiker

Ali Safar Naderi was reported missing late Sunday after a concerned citizen noticed his car had been parked for much longer than usual at the base of a network of hiking trails on Coquitlam's Eagle Mountain. → Read More

COVID-19 update for Aug. 26: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C.

Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for Aug. 26, 2020. → Read More

COVID-19: Outbreak team on site at Surrey's Bear Creek Villa seniors home

On Monday, management said there was one case detected at this time, and that Fraser Health officials were working to identify anyone who may have been exposed. → Read More

Rescue crews to search Eagle Mountain for missing Coquitlam man

Ali Safar Naderi described as a 52-year-old Persian man, with brown eyes, salt-and-pepper hair of medium length, about 5-foot-1 and weighing 176 pounds. Naderi may be wearing hiking gear. → Read More

B.C. housing market post-pandemic recovery forecast to outdo 2019

The B.C. Real Estate Association's latest housing forecast was released Tuesday and shows that while sales in 2020 did fall to "historic lows" in April, they have since rebounded to pre-pandemic levels and even puts the year on track to outdo 2019 sales. → Read More

COVID-19 update for Aug. 25: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C.

Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for Aug. 25, 2020. → Read More

Vancouver weather: Sunny days ahead

Expect sunny skies and temperatures of around 22 degrees Tuesday through Saturday, followed by a decent chance of rain on Sunday. → Read More

COVID-19: Fines issued, Canucks fans warned over crowd limit compliance

According to the Surrey RCMP, one restaurant, two event and banquet spaces and an after-hours club were each fined $2,300 on Sunday, after they were caught contravening health officials' orders not to gather groups. → Read More

COVID-19: Here's where to get tested in Metro Vancouver

If you need to get tested for COVID-19, here's where you can do so. Explore our searchable database to find a testing centre near you. → Read More

Crowdfunding campaign launched for man who spoke up to anti-gay demonstrators

A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to help a Vancouver man who spoke up to anti-gay demonstrators in the West End and was assaulted and left with a broken leg. → Read More