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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

Siblings who lost grandma to cancer raise over $10,000 for Hospice Wellington

Siblings who lost grandma to cancer raise over $10,000 for Hospice Wellington

Leah and Jacob say they want others in the community to be cared for the same way grandma was in Hospice Wellington
Guelph music teacher celebrated for creatively keeping music alive during pandemic

Guelph music teacher celebrated for creatively keeping music alive during pandemic

Jamming With The Pros allows professional musicians and students to create music together remotely
Catholic School board seeks community input for more equal and inclusive environment

Catholic School board seeks community input for more equal and inclusive environment

Wellington Catholic District School Board is seeking community input on crowdsourcing platform Thoughtexchange
Covered bridge will come up roses thanks to new pollinator gardens

Covered bridge will come up roses thanks to new pollinator gardens

The city's Bee City initiative is removing invasive species along the bridge and replacing it with pollinators native to the area
Charles Pachter's picks Guelph to be permanent home of iconic WWI paintings <b>(6 photos)</b>

Charles Pachter's picks Guelph to be permanent home of iconic WWI paintings (6 photos)

The exhibition for Lest We Forget will run from Oct. 29 to Jan. 10 2021
New study will look at mental health challenges of area's newcomer youth

New study will look at mental health challenges of area's newcomer youth

It is estimated that approximate 500 newcomer youth enter Guelph and Wellington County every five years
Community stresses importance of BIPOC voices when discussing police presence in schools

Community stresses importance of BIPOC voices when discussing police presence in schools

Police Presence In Our Schools Town Hall meeting on Tuesday reached out to the community for their input
101 Nutcrackers are coming to town <b>(6 photos)</b>

101 Nutcrackers are coming to town (6 photos)

Guelphites can enter a chance to win Merlin the magician by posing with him in their garden
Local Catholic board recruiting unqualified teachers to fill supply teacher shortage

Local Catholic board recruiting unqualified teachers to fill supply teacher shortage

'It's used as a last resort,' says Wellington Catholic District School Board director of education
Yes, fall colours are extra vibrant this year, the trees are a little stressed<b> (9 photos)</b>

Yes, fall colours are extra vibrant this year, the trees are a little stressed (9 photos)

Sean Fox, manager of horticulture at The Arboretum explains the combination of factors that result in a vibrant fall