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Barbara Latkowski

Barbara Latkowski

Barbara graduated with a Masters degree in Journalism from Western University and has written for publications in northern British Columbia and southwestern Ontario. She has covered politics, arts and entertainment, health, education, sports, courts, social justice, and issues that matter to the community. Barbara joined GuelphToday as a freelance reporter in 2019 and came onboard as a full-time journalist at CambridgeToday in 2021

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barbara@cambridgetoday.ca

Recent Work by Barbara

Campsites at Grand River Conservation Authority parks go quickly

Campsites at Grand River Conservation Authority parks go quickly

More than 3,000 campsite reservations were made within the first hour of the reservation system opening Mar. 15
CMHA Waterloo Wellington celebrates International Women’s Day

CMHA Waterloo Wellington celebrates International Women’s Day

'Women should embrace their own vulnerability. We encourage them to reach out for help'
Home inspections getting left out in the cold of a hot housing market

Home inspections getting left out in the cold of a hot housing market

'If you do put a home inspection in an offer, in all likelihood, you will never get it'
The grain may be spent, but the bread pays it forward

The grain may be spent, but the bread pays it forward

Partnership between Nourish by 10C and Fixed Gear Brewing Co.sees grains used to make beer then used to make charitable loaves of bread
Remembering Guelph's volunteer 'AV guy'

Remembering Guelph's volunteer 'AV guy'

Mike Woof, who volunteered with several local organizations, passed away on July 19
Guelph playwright's characters come to life on stage

Guelph playwright's characters come to life on stage

Janet and Louise, by Deanna Kruger, at the Here for Now Theatre Festival in Stratford
Local women's group ready to get back Up and Running (or walking) for mental and physical health

Local women's group ready to get back Up and Running (or walking) for mental and physical health

Online survey seeks input on needs and perspectives
Remembering Rev. Stan Wootton, a community 'doer'

Remembering Rev. Stan Wootton, a community 'doer'

'That was Stan. Always smiling and always open to a new adventure!' says Dublin United Church reverend
Baked goods bring smiles as new effort aims to ease food insecurity

Baked goods bring smiles as new effort aims to ease food insecurity

Harvey's Free Bread Market runs every Sunday out of a portable at Waverley Public School
GCVI student brings attention to food insecurity through award-winning artistic creation

GCVI student brings attention to food insecurity through award-winning artistic creation

Maeve Brennagh-Mackie received $1,000 prize for This Square is a Circle