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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

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ariel@guelphtoday.com

Recent Work by Ariel

All aboard! Riverside Park miniature train and carousel now open

All aboard! Riverside Park miniature train and carousel now open

Beyond Borders students set fundraising goal to $150,000

Beyond Borders students set fundraising goal to $150,000

'I think now more than ever, we’re seeing how important it is to be giving back to help other people in need'
Guinea pigs inspire Guelph farmer to shift to growing unique type of hay

Guinea pigs inspire Guelph farmer to shift to growing unique type of hay

'I'm especially passionate about the idea of Canadian pets eating Canadian hay," said Jason Stoter
Gardens big and small to see at horticultural society's showcase tour

Gardens big and small to see at horticultural society's showcase tour

'It's nice to see real people's gardens and to feel the love the owner has put into the garden'
Black-capped chickadee takes title as Guelph's official bird

Black-capped chickadee takes title as Guelph's official bird

The black-capped chickadee came in first with 1,656 votes
After losing two jobs during pandemic, Elora artist is happy she shifted gears

After losing two jobs during pandemic, Elora artist is happy she shifted gears

Emily Walser now sells custom art and paints murals
Business heating up for Guelph company that sells bone broth hot chocolate

Business heating up for Guelph company that sells bone broth hot chocolate

'It's very rich and chocolately, and you get the gentle notes of sweetness from the raw honey,' said Beckie Prime, owner of Beck's Broth
<b>GETTING TO KNOW:</b> Liberal candidate Raechelle Devereaux

GETTING TO KNOW: Liberal candidate Raechelle Devereaux

'There is no loss in being with your community in a critical time such as this'
New forest coming to city's south end

New forest coming to city's south end

The Rotary Club of Guelph will be breaking ground on the new project next Earth Day that will see 6,000 tree and other pollinator-friendly plants and species along Clair Road West
New video highlights root causes of homelessness

New video highlights root causes of homelessness

'I just want more people to participate in the conversation,' said Oak Tree Project co-founder, Will Mactaggart