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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann is a feature writer and reporter who covers community events, businesses, social initiatives, human interest stories and more involving Guelph and Wellington County

Recent Work by Ariel

U of G to offer degree entirely online

U of G to offer degree entirely online

Three-year bachelor of arts program begins online this September
Guelph PhD student cycles 933 kilometres in 24-hour virtual challenge

Guelph PhD student cycles 933 kilometres in 24-hour virtual challenge

'I’m a competitive cyclist in the virtual world right now, and hopefully that will translate into the real world as well'
Taste for Life 2021 to support local restaurants along with ARCH

Taste for Life 2021 to support local restaurants along with ARCH

'We just wanted to make sure that we were giving love back to the restaurants who support our work because it’s good work'
Nurses speak out against merger of paediatric and specialized care units at Guelph General Hospital

Nurses speak out against merger of paediatric and specialized care units at Guelph General Hospital

The hospital believes the merger will increase patient safety, while some nurses are concerned about the quality of patient care
The ospreys have returned to Guelph <b>(4 photos)</b>

The ospreys have returned to Guelph (4 photos)

'Once they’ve settled in a place, they’re likely to continue year after year'
Over 25 rats looking for new homes after being surrendered to Guelph Humane Society

Over 25 rats looking for new homes after being surrendered to Guelph Humane Society

'It was one surrender and they surrendered them all into our care'
Lutherwood offering youth summer program to help teach teens job skills

Lutherwood offering youth summer program to help teach teens job skills

'The services are very individualized for each of our participants,' says Vlad Pop, a supervisor for employment services at Lutherwood
City may consider revoking licenses of businesses that repeatedly ignore shutdown

City may consider revoking licenses of businesses that repeatedly ignore shutdown

'It would have to be a situation that had escalated with repeat violations or really blatant, flouting the rules'
Royal City Science offering virtual program for kids

Royal City Science offering virtual program for kids

'Part of it is showing the length and breadth of what sciences have to offer to people and there’s a place for everyone there'
GRCA sees huge increase in demand for campsites

GRCA sees huge increase in demand for campsites

The demand on the opening day for booking sites was 20 times that of previous years, says the GRCA