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Megan Lalonde

Megan Lalonde

Megan is a reporter for Vancouver Is Awesome and 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.

Recent Work by Megan

Squamish RCMP investigating two-car accident near Watershed Grill

Squamish RCMP investigating two-car accident near Watershed Grill

The driver of a pickup truck rear-ended another vehicle, police say
Here's why the Central Perk couch from Friends keeps popping up on a Vancouver street corner

Here's why the Central Perk couch from Friends keeps popping up on a Vancouver street corner

A Vancouver mom is inviting neighbours and fellow Friends fans to stop by her homemade Central Perk display for a chat, a selfie or just to say 'hi'
2020 in 20 photographs: Vancouver photographer launches new solo exhibit

2020 in 20 photographs: Vancouver photographer launches new solo exhibit

Steven Audia's 20/2020 takes place at The James Black Gallery from April 23 to 25
8 things to do in Vancouver this weekend

8 things to do in Vancouver this weekend

It might still be spring, but it's going to feel like summer all weekend long.
Police seek additional victims in B.C. after Edmonton man charged with child sex offences

Police seek additional victims in B.C. after Edmonton man charged with child sex offences

Brad Dahr of Edmonton, known in many areas as "Pastor Brad," was arrested on April 15
City of Vancouver purchases former Best Western to re-purpose as supportive housing

City of Vancouver purchases former Best Western to re-purpose as supportive housing

The Mount Pleasant property will offer approximately 68 more units of supportive housing for people experiencing or at-risk of homelessness
VPD investigators seek witnesses to 2019 Kitsilano homicide

VPD investigators seek witnesses to 2019 Kitsilano homicide

Friday marks the two-year anniversary of the day 30-year-old Vancouver resident Manoj Kumar was shot and killed
How Whistler’s minor hockey association saved its season

How Whistler’s minor hockey association saved its season

‘Being on the ice with your teammates ... was probably one of the safest places to be’
Sea to Sky highway closed for several hours after Wednesday collision

Sea to Sky highway closed for several hours after Wednesday collision

Highway 99 is expected to reopen before 10 p.m., according to Squamish RCMP
Pemberton, SLRD and Lil'wat Nation team up to study local transit feasibility

Pemberton, SLRD and Lil'wat Nation team up to study local transit feasibility

The three local governments are inviting locals to share their thoughts on transit in the Pemberton Valley through a new survey