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Michelle Zilio

Michelle Zilio
Staff reporter
Parliamentary affairs reporter

Michelle Zilio is a reporter in The Globe and Mail’s Ottawa bureau. Previously, she was the associate producer of CTV’s Question Period and a political writer for Michelle has also worked as a parliamentary reporter for iPolitics, covering foreign affairs, defence and immigration, and as a city desk reporter at the Ottawa Citizen. She began her journalism career with a Farm Radio International internship in Ghana.

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