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Megan Lalonde

Megan Lalonde

Megan is a reporter for Pique Newsmagazine. She currently lives in Whistler, after moving to the resort from Ottawa in 2016 to work as a news and sports reporter for the Whistler Question. When she's not working, you can usually find her jumping into lakes, hiking up mountains in the summer, boarding down them in the winter, or playing beer league hockey if it's a Thursday. Before moving to B.C., she interned with CTV's Canada AM and worked as a communications officer with Farm Radio Trust, a non-governmental organization in Malawi. She attended Carleton University in Ottawa, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Journalism degree and a minor in international law. She is also renowned for her road trip playlists.

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mlalonde@piquenewsmagazine.com

Recent Work by Megan

UPDATED: Charges laid in Whistler Village double homicide

UPDATED: Charges laid in Whistler Village double homicide

A 24-year-old and a 20-year-old from Surrey, B.C. are charged with first-degree murder after two men were gunned down outside the Sundial Hotel on Sunday.
The Reconciliation Games: Feasibility team unveils concept plan for 2030 Olympics

The Reconciliation Games: Feasibility team unveils concept plan for 2030 Olympics

Indigenous-led proposal would see Whistler host alpine skiing, sliding and Nordic events
Vancouver Island teen's quick thinking—and skiing—rescues woman buried in Blackcomb Glacier avalanche

Vancouver Island teen's quick thinking—and skiing—rescues woman buried in Blackcomb Glacier avalanche

'I knew it was a person so I just started skiing as fast as I could'
‘I won’t believe it until I see it’: Kiwis grounded in B.C. approach New Zealand’s staged border reopening with cautious optimism

‘I won’t believe it until I see it’: Kiwis grounded in B.C. approach New Zealand’s staged border reopening with cautious optimism

New Zealanders have struggled to return home amid the country’s controversial isolation requirements
Vancouver woman dead after January incident on Whistler Blackcomb

Vancouver woman dead after January incident on Whistler Blackcomb

The 44-year-old was pronounced dead after a serious incident in the Sun Bowl area
'It looked like the forest moved onto the road': Mudslide witness details experience stuck on Highway 99

'It looked like the forest moved onto the road': Mudslide witness details experience stuck on Highway 99

One person is dead and others remain missing after the Monday morning tragedy north of Pemberton