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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

Remembering the life and legacy of Michael 'Doogie' Hauser

Remembering the life and legacy of Michael 'Doogie' Hauser

'I strongly think everyone who came through there over the years, can credit a bit of their success to him'
Why Not? Italian Food brings a taste of Italy to Guelph

Why Not? Italian Food brings a taste of Italy to Guelph

Providing traditional Italian food both ready to eat or cook at home
Buffalo Wild Wings has flown the coop

Buffalo Wild Wings has flown the coop

Restaurant closes its doors after 10 years in Guelph
Movember events aim to raise awareness, and donations, for men's health and wellness

Movember events aim to raise awareness, and donations, for men's health and wellness

'If you’re not afraid to talk about it, it’s about making one person more aware and getting tested themselves,' says Jeff Morrison
After receiving fines from hosting concert, Guelph musician still looking to give to community

After receiving fines from hosting concert, Guelph musician still looking to give to community

'I'm not going to have the music playing very loud, it’s not like there’s going to be a big band playing there,' says Monty Greig of his event planned for Halloween night
John F. Ross grad David Card now a Nobel Prize winner

John F. Ross grad David Card now a Nobel Prize winner

Card, who graduated from John F. Ross in 1974, is a labour economist and economics professor at the University of California, Berkeley
'Things are looking up' as Guelph author releases second book for children's cancer fundraiser

'Things are looking up' as Guelph author releases second book for children's cancer fundraiser

Scherer said he hopes to raise $10,000 by June 2022 in book sales and get a major publishing deal
U of G vet students make a house call to pets of those living in shelter setting

U of G vet students make a house call to pets of those living in shelter setting

The event was in partnership with the Kim & Stu Lang Community Healthcare Partnership Program
Art Not Shame challenging knitters with new Knit-a-Thon fundraiser

Art Not Shame challenging knitters with new Knit-a-Thon fundraiser

Art Not Shame will have participants in stitches during its first ever Knit-a-Thon
Indigenous artists share the seven teachings with students through mural project

Indigenous artists share the seven teachings with students through mural project

The murals will help pass along Indigenous knowledge to students for generations to come