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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

Guelph's Canadian Solar imports 60,000 medical masks to donate to frontline workers

Guelph's Canadian Solar imports 60,000 medical masks to donate to frontline workers

Canadian Solar will be donating the masks across Ontario based on need, including 6,000 in Guelph
Small fitness clubs respond to pandemic by getting creative

Small fitness clubs respond to pandemic by getting creative

Some businesses in Guelph are thinking outside the box
Guelph's Chinese community redirects focus on aid efforts while facing racism

Guelph's Chinese community redirects focus on aid efforts while facing racism

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, the Guelph Chinese community has raised thousands of dollars for Guelph General Hospital
Health professionals 'run into the fire' that is COVID-19

Health professionals 'run into the fire' that is COVID-19

A Guelph doctor shares what it's like to be a health care professional as the situation change daily
Local online initiative sees actors, authors and politicians read bedtime stories

Local online initiative sees actors, authors and politicians read bedtime stories

'We’re kind of going back to our roots:' says the co-founder of Bedtime Stories with...
Guelph woman starts 'gratitude garden' to thank hospital staff

Guelph woman starts 'gratitude garden' to thank hospital staff

The garden consists of colourful hand-painted rocks with messages of appreciation left outside Guelph General Hospital
Local students create the Guelph Box to help local businesses (Updated)

Local students create the Guelph Box to help local businesses (Updated)

Guelph Box delivers items from local businesses to people across the city
Self-isolation can make a bad situation worse for some: Women in Crisis

Self-isolation can make a bad situation worse for some: Women in Crisis

Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis is providing support through video and phone counselling
As delaying services affects grief, funeral homes encourage to bury, cremate loved ones who die

As delaying services affects grief, funeral homes encourage to bury, cremate loved ones who die

'In 40 years, this is the first time I’ve ever had to cancel or postpone a service'
Elora couple's grocery delivery business sees huge increase in demand

Elora couple's grocery delivery business sees huge increase in demand

Mrs. Grocery specializes in delivering groceries, meat and produce from local vendors