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Rod Mickleburgh

Rod Mickleburgh
Senior Writer, B.C. Bureau

With The Globe and Mail since 1990, first as Health Policy Reporter - co-winning with Andre Picard a Michener Award for coverage of the tainted blood scandal - then four years (1994-98) as Beijing correspondent for the Globe, and, since 1998, posted to the B.C. Bureau, including five years as Bureau Chief.

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Review: A Matter of Confidence is a Canadian politics must-read
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Beloved radio host Arthur Black saw humour in everything
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Vancouver artist Al Neil followed his own beat Subscriber content
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Brothers in arms: A friendship that has endured long after their war ended
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B.C. conservationist Ken Millard led fight to protect Galiano’s habitat
Jurgen Gothe was the comfortable, quirky host of CBC’s DiscDrive
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From news to politics, Simma Holt leaves behind an empowering legacy
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Irving Guttman leaves an indelible footprint on Canadian opera
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Drew Burns: The music man of Vancouver
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Patriarch of B.C. Sikhs, Jack Uppal fought for respect
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‘Activist in a dress’ doggedly sought change
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Scientist Erich Vogt put Canada on world physics map
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Garson Romalis risked his life to perform abortions
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Answer Lady Marg Meikle met her diagnosis head on
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Union leader Jack Munro was labour king of B.C. forests
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Proud leader Ernie Campbell helped Musqueam stand tall
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
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Gim Foon Wong’s motorcycle ride turned the tide on Chinese head-tax redress
THE GLOBE AND MAIL