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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

Residents worried about possible health risks connected to work on condo conversion in The Ward

Residents worried about possible health risks connected to work on condo conversion in The Ward

The developer and Ministry of the Environment says proper procedures and protocols are being followed
Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Moderna vaccines expected to expire at local pharmacies in upcoming weeks

Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Moderna vaccines expected to expire at local pharmacies in upcoming weeks

WDG Public Health is taking Moderna vaccines from pharmacies to prevent them from going to waste
WDG Public Health prepares to close four mass vaccination clinics

WDG Public Health prepares to close four mass vaccination clinics

Public Health and partners will continue to offer smaller clinics in Guelph, Fergus and Orangeville, as well as pop-up clinics throughout the region into the fall
High demand, low staff: many Guelph restaurants struggle to keep up

High demand, low staff: many Guelph restaurants struggle to keep up

With uncertainty of their jobs during the pandemic, many restaurant staff are leaving the industry
Guelph artist’s sculptures of 100 seniors give striking visual of LTC life in pandemic <b>(13 photos)</b>

Guelph artist’s sculptures of 100 seniors give striking visual of LTC life in pandemic (13 photos)

Christine De Vuono's art project 'For Your Own Good' is in the running for a national art prize
U of G has no plans to impose mandatory vaccination policy on campus

U of G has no plans to impose mandatory vaccination policy on campus

The university strongly encourages all those eligible to get vaccinated
Last year, residents gave 6 snow plows a name, now they can give them a face

Last year, residents gave 6 snow plows a name, now they can give them a face

'Kids that named them will get the opportunity to see their plows driving around the city this winter with faces on the backs of the snow plows:' Guelph Storm representative
Booming success — How Hillside festival managed to excel during the pandemic

Booming success — How Hillside festival managed to excel during the pandemic

'... the pandemic has been a test of the imaginations of artists and audiences;' executive director of Hillside Festival
City wants express route to Toronto to replace Greyhound

City wants express route to Toronto to replace Greyhound

City of Guelph, University of Guelph and Guelph Chamber of Commerce is calling on Ontario to increase Metrolinx service
Guelph artist takes her doodling project out to Elora <b>(6 photos)</b>

Guelph artist takes her doodling project out to Elora (6 photos)

Ellen Piazza recently kicked off her project, 20 doodles of Elora to learn about the neighbouring community through art