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Michael John Lo

Michael John Lo

Michael John Lo is a Times 91原创 reporter covering weekend breaking news, post-secondary issues and the changing face of the capital region.

Before working for the Times 91原创, Michael was published in the Globe and Mail, The Tyee, and Capital Daily.

He lives in an apartment about the size of a one-car garage and often bikes to work. Sometimes he runs into stories along the way.

Michael graduated with a major in political science from UVic in 2022.

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Recent Work by Michael

Oak Bay coffee shop owners celebrate patio win despite $2,000 in municipal fees

Oak Bay coffee shop owners celebrate patio win despite $2,000 in municipal fees

After a debate that included discussion on the esthetic merits of the outdoor space, Oak Bay council voted to re-approve Hide + Seek Coffee鈥檚 patio.
Fire at Harmac mill grounds in Nanaimo suspected to be human-caused

Fire at Harmac mill grounds in Nanaimo suspected to be human-caused

Fire is 鈥渂eing held,鈥 B.C. Wildfire Service said
Five-car pile up on Sunday snarls traffic on Trans-Canada Highway near Portage Inlet

Five-car pile up on Sunday snarls traffic on Trans-Canada Highway near Portage Inlet

No significant injuries reported, police said.
Esquimalt begins three-year process of installing signs for lower speed limits

Esquimalt begins three-year process of installing signs for lower speed limits

Speed limit drops to 30 km/h and 40 km/h on many streets
Two missing boaters found dead believed to be from Salt Spring Island

Two missing boaters found dead believed to be from Salt Spring Island

The sailors are believed to be a 60-year-old woman and a 70-year-old man from B.C. who were reported missing on June 18.
Inmate bit corrections officer at Wilkinson Road jail during admissions process: union

Inmate bit corrections officer at Wilkinson Road jail during admissions process: union

Corrections officer was treated at hospital and released, union says
Volunteer group continues search for man who went missing in Youbou

Volunteer group continues search for man who went missing in Youbou

Nicholas Marion, 38, was last seen June 30 at 6:30 a.m. leaving a family friend鈥檚 home at 1149 Youbou Rd., after saying hewas going for a walk.
After 113 years, Royal B.C. Museum hands back chief's seat to coastal First Nation

After 113 years, Royal B.C. Museum hands back chief's seat to coastal First Nation

The massive hand-carved seat was made by Captain Richard Carpenter and was used in potlatch ceremonies before it came into the museum鈥檚 possession in 1911.
Members of other faiths show solidarity at Muslim prayers, after threats

Members of other faiths show solidarity at Muslim prayers, after threats

Threats posted on the doors of the University of Victoria鈥檚 Multifaith Centre cancelled last week鈥檚 Friday prayers
Offer of help to reopen North Saanich pickleball courts gets cool reception from council

Offer of help to reopen North Saanich pickleball courts gets cool reception from council

The Saanich Peninsula Pickleball Association asked the district to install sound-mitigation measures at Wain Park, pointing to recent testing that found acoustic panels effectively reduced the noise
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