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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

U of G student short on money and time makes an impact on homeless youth

U of G student short on money and time makes an impact on homeless youth

Kartikay Pabbi, a second year University of Guelph student helped launch Hygiene for the Homeless in Toronto in April 2020
COVID cases now confirmed at Cargill's other Guelph location

COVID cases now confirmed at Cargill's other Guelph location

Cargill also says the COVID-related death associated with the outbreak at the company was a bus driver who provided transportation services for the company
Gas Tax program sees Guelph receive over $3.2 million for public transit

Gas Tax program sees Guelph receive over $3.2 million for public transit

The funding is part of Ontario’s plan to provide $375 million to 109 municipalities through the Gas Tax program
With virtual 'locations' and a worldwide audience, Elora theatre group embraces live Zoom plays

With virtual 'locations' and a worldwide audience, Elora theatre group embraces live Zoom plays

'We’ve been getting really good reactions from people:' director at Elora Community Theatre
Guelph's Coldest Night of Year fundraiser running as a hybrid event this year

Guelph's Coldest Night of Year fundraiser running as a hybrid event this year

This year, Guelph's CNOY aims to raise $96,000
One of Guelph's COVID-related deaths was connected to Guelph Cargill facility

One of Guelph's COVID-related deaths was connected to Guelph Cargill facility

Currently, Cargill's meat processing facility on Dunlop Drive has had 172 confirmed COVID cases
Record breaking Trees for Tots event collects over 4,000 trees <b>(13 photos)</b>

Record breaking Trees for Tots event collects over 4,000 trees (13 photos)

'We couldn't have asked for a better day:' CEO of the Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington
Guelph Public Library wants you to stop (literally) cooking the books

Guelph Public Library wants you to stop (literally) cooking the books

The Guelph Public Library put out a public announcement asking patrons to stop microwaving books
Local school boards get creative, work together to offer mental health support

Local school boards get creative, work together to offer mental health support

The Upper Grand District School Board and the Wellington Catholic District School Board are encouraging youth services for youth and by youth
Fergus firefighter recognized for saving man's life while off duty

Fergus firefighter recognized for saving man's life while off duty

Jamie Hiller, a volunteer firefighter was awarded a Medal of Merit by the Fire Fighters Association Ontario