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Rod Mickleburgh

Rod Mickleburgh is a former reporter for The Globe and Mail. He served in the British Columbia bureau since 1998, including five years as Bureau Chief. Since 1990, he served as Health Policy Reporter — co-winning a Michener Award with André Picard for coverage of the tainted blood scandal — then as Beijing correspondent from 1994 to 1998.

Years at The Globe and Mail

29

Honours & Awards

Michener Award, 1993

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