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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

New downtown eatery offering convenient, clean eating options (5 photos)

New downtown eatery offering convenient, clean eating options (5 photos)

'When people come in, they’re not thinking about eating healthy, they’re just thinking about delicious foods, so they feel good about it'
Province asks Guelph General to take in COVID patient from GTA

Province asks Guelph General to take in COVID patient from GTA

Hospitals across the province with room are being asked to help those that don't
Guelph house prices continue to rise as Guelph sees record December sales

Guelph house prices continue to rise as Guelph sees record December sales

Guelph's average price for a single family detached home in December was $696,000
Pandemic brings challenges to PIN volunteer network

Pandemic brings challenges to PIN volunteer network

One in five charities could close due to a lack of resources during COVID
Reusing, rarely updating PINs presents security risks for people: U of G study

Reusing, rarely updating PINs presents security risks for people: U of G study

'Memorability seems to be trumping everything, people don't like it when they forget PINs,'
Fergus residents helping others ‘get what they need’ during the pandemic (3 photos)

Fergus residents helping others ‘get what they need’ during the pandemic (3 photos)

Alissa Pott and her team help connect residents in need with warm clothing, bread and other items
New mental health campaign aims to have residents share their silver linings in 2020

New mental health campaign aims to have residents share their silver linings in 2020

The creators of the campaign, Claire Knight and Jenn Price, hope to provide an outlet for those struggling with mental health
Guelph General welcomes first baby of 2021

Guelph General welcomes first baby of 2021

Ophelia Samson was born at 6:16 p.m. on New Year's Day
Local vaccination plan begins Jan. 4 with most vulnerable

Local vaccination plan begins Jan. 4 with most vulnerable

“We now have a light at the end of the tunnel, but the tunnel is still ahead of us."
Woman raises over $2,000 for Guelph Humane Society by selling face masks

Woman raises over $2,000 for Guelph Humane Society by selling face masks

'I derived a lot of self satisfaction out of it,' said Debbie Webster, who spent 18 hours a day making the masks