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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

Tripadvisor names Whistler Blackcomb 'Best Place to Ski' in 2023

Tripadvisor names Whistler Blackcomb 'Best Place to Ski' in 2023

The resort beat out destinations like Jackson Hole, Zermatt and Chamonix to win the Travelers' Choice award
Statistics show a strong rebound for B.C.’s tourism industry in 2022

Statistics show a strong rebound for B.C.’s tourism industry in 2022

As visitors return to Whistler and the rest of the province, the industry's labour force isn't bouncing back quite as quickly.
Watch: Black bear 'mauls' snowman in Whistler Village

Watch: Black bear 'mauls' snowman in Whistler Village

Sorry, Frosty ☃️
Black bear killed after approaching people for food in Whistler Village this December

Black bear killed after approaching people for food in Whistler Village this December

Attractant management in Whistler ‘needs to be 12 months a year,’ says conservation officer
As Olympic officials urge B.C. to reconsider bid, MLAs raise questions about new tax tool

As Olympic officials urge B.C. to reconsider bid, MLAs raise questions about new tax tool

Leaders from the COC and CPC sent an open letter to elected officials on Nov. 21, one month after financial concerns prompted the province to kill a potential bid for the 2030 Games.
Everything you need to know ahead of Whistler Blackcomb's opening day

Everything you need to know ahead of Whistler Blackcomb's opening day

The 2022/23 winter season kicks off on Thursday, Nov. 24
Bus driver carrying passengers from Whistler to Vancouver charged with impaired driving

Bus driver carrying passengers from Whistler to Vancouver charged with impaired driving

West Vancouver Police say the 65-year-old Delta, B.C. man was detained while driving 35 passengers to Vancouver.
New Creekside lifts won't be ready for opening day, Whistler Blackcomb confirms

New Creekside lifts won't be ready for opening day, Whistler Blackcomb confirms

With Red Chair 'further along' than gondola due to shipping delays, free shuttles between Creekside and Village will aim to help ease congestion
‘Something there for everybody’: Cornucopia welcomes crowds back to Whistler with signature events, seminars and more

‘Something there for everybody’: Cornucopia welcomes crowds back to Whistler with signature events, seminars and more

The 26th annual food and drink festival kicks off Nov. 4 and runs for 22 days
#FyreFondo: GranFondo Whistler organizers 'acknowledge challenges' following backlash

#FyreFondo: GranFondo Whistler organizers 'acknowledge challenges' following backlash

Cyclists speak out after finding aid stations between Vancouver and Whistler Village drained of food and electrolytes—save for a few 'uneatable green bananas.'
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