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Anam Khan

Anam Khan

Anam Khan is a journalist who covers numerous beats in Guelph and Wellington County that include politics, crime, features, environment and social justice. In her first year with GuelphToday, she completed a five-part series called The Syrian Experience— an in-depth look at integration struggles faced by Syrian refugees in the community

Recent Work by Anam

Accountant offers pay-what-you-can tax service to fund education in Malawi <b>(4 photos)</b>

Accountant offers pay-what-you-can tax service to fund education in Malawi (4 photos)

Malcolm Duane hopes to help many students in need of post-secondary education in Malawi
Wet'suwet'en protest attracts 100 to Downtown Guelph <b>(14 photos)</b>

Wet'suwet'en protest attracts 100 to Downtown Guelph (14 photos)

Supporters delivered messages to downtown banks then marched to the office of MP Lloyd Longfield
Winter Warm-Up Lunch back for fifth year to support youth programs

Winter Warm-Up Lunch back for fifth year to support youth programs

In 2019, the lunch raised approximately $9,000
Community Living market will allow adults with developmental disabilities to showcase their work

Community Living market will allow adults with developmental disabilities to showcase their work

Monday's Support Local Market will celebrate 65 years of Community Living Guelph Wellington
Guelph youth who came to senior's rescue recognized by city

Guelph youth who came to senior's rescue recognized by city

Darcy Wadden, Ivy Bezusko, Hunter Chaisson and Nathan Paddock said they were at the right place at the right time
Protesters disrupt climate town hall <b>(6 photos)</b>

Protesters disrupt climate town hall (6 photos)

Community members gathered to hear perspectives on the three levels of government
What Guelph can learn from Kingston's free bus program for youth

What Guelph can learn from Kingston's free bus program for youth

Kingston's Transit High School Bus Pass Program now accounts for 10 per cent of ridership
All schools to close Feb. 21 as teachers' unions walk out

All schools to close Feb. 21 as teachers' unions walk out

First time all four major unions have walked out together since 1997
Beertown ready to open Guelph location next month

Beertown ready to open Guelph location next month

The new location in the Stone Road Mall parking lot is set to open on March 3
Hillside Inside performances by Girls & Guitars pack local venues

Hillside Inside performances by Girls & Guitars pack local venues

The party which relocates every half hour to a different venue showcases talented women in music