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

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Mental health and addictions activist is taking a break after a three-year odyssey

Mental health and addictions activist is taking a break after a three-year odyssey

Noah Irvine’s campaign urges government leaders to 'Stand up and do better,' but he sees a fractured system
Odin the therapy pony continues to work its magic for Guelph woman <b>(6 photos)</b>

Odin the therapy pony continues to work its magic for Guelph woman (6 photos)

Amy Lalonde’s therapy horse has taught her a lot about herself and her worst fears and she has gone back to school to understand how he did it
Father and son say thanks to local heroes who came to their aid after a near-fatal collision

Father and son say thanks to local heroes who came to their aid after a near-fatal collision

The collission on Grange Road April 7 made national headlines and became a cautionary tale about motorcycle safety and the dangers of texting and driving
York Road Kitchen and Chocolate Bar: Finding a silver lining in a cloud of smoke

York Road Kitchen and Chocolate Bar: Finding a silver lining in a cloud of smoke

In this Following Up story we reconnect with Karim Ladhani and Sara Watson a year after a fire nearly destroyed their restaurant, the York Road Kitchen and Chocolate Bar
Donny helps people talk openly about their addictions <b>(7 photos)</b>

Donny helps people talk openly about their addictions (7 photos)

In the first of GuelphToday’s Following Up series we reconnect with recovering addict and activist Donny Hay, who is now facilitating an addiction support group
Former Guelph Tory candidate helps modernize the harness industry, one share at a time <b>(9 photos)</b>

Former Guelph Tory candidate helps modernize the harness industry, one share at a time (9 photos)

Anthony MacDonald is the man behind TheStable.ca, a fractional horse ownership business that allows people to be a horse owner for as little as $100