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Following Up articles share stories about local people previously featured in the news.

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Up and Running Guelph stays connected during trying times

Up and Running Guelph stays connected during trying times

Since 2016 Up and Running Guelph has offered supportive running and walking programs for women looking to improve their mental and emotional well-being
Back to the future of music

Back to the future of music

In this Following Up feature we sit in with guitarist Adrian Raso to hear how COVID-19 has driven his career and creative process in a new direction
New support group for the silent victims of addiction

New support group for the silent victims of addiction

In this Following Up we reconnect with Denese Renaud to learn about A.D.A.M., a new online support group for the often overlooked victims of addiction and overdose deaths
Guelph-based 60-minute COVID test gets Health Canada approval

Guelph-based 60-minute COVID test gets Health Canada approval

A mobile app pairs with the device to run and analyze each test
Friends and supporters rally around The Dragon <b>(5 photos)</b>

Friends and supporters rally around The Dragon (5 photos)

In this Following Up feature we check back with Jennifer Haines at the Dragon comics shop where customers and supporters have rallied to help them survive
A work of art in progress

A work of art in progress

In this Following Up feature we chat with artist Chanel DesRoches, the new owner of Necessary Arts Studio and Gallery, about her post-pandemic plans for the collective
Annual Guelph Pride event adjusts with the times

Annual Guelph Pride event adjusts with the times

From June 1 to June 7, Guelph Pride will be running a virtual Pride festival
Comic creators calling on fans to tune in and take part in online telethon 'Be Our Heroes, Canada'

Comic creators calling on fans to tune in and take part in online telethon 'Be Our Heroes, Canada'

In this Following Up feature we chat with Jennifer Haines from The Dragon about the Be Our Heroes, Canada, live Facebook event May 16 and 17 to help rescue the struggling comics business
Heart to Art program helps people articulate their loss

Heart to Art program helps people articulate their loss

In this Following Up feature we return to Hospice Wellington where they are using their art therapy program to give 1,000 people in the community an opportunity to express their experiences during the pandemic
Guelph Tool Library goes virtual

Guelph Tool Library goes virtual

Online seminars, repair Q & A just some of the things being offered online