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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 CambridgeToday in 2021 and has been part of the GuelphToday newsroom since 2023

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Recent Work by Barbara

Guelph Tool Library's Stitch Together: A community mending project

Guelph Tool Library's Stitch Together: A community mending project

On Saturday, The Guelph Tool Library will launch a new program that offers a safe and social environment to work on clothing repair alongside skilled volunteers
Royal City Ukulele Ensemble celebrates 10 years of spreading musical joy

Royal City Ukulele Ensemble celebrates 10 years of spreading musical joy

In this instalment of Following Up, we touch base with the Royal City Ukulele Ensemble about its upcoming 11th season
First book launch about to bloom for local artist

First book launch about to bloom for local artist

Set to launch her debut book, 'BLOOM: On Becoming an Artist Later in Life' at the University of Guelph Arboretum, on April 21st, Janice Mason Steeves highlights how creativity later life can be far more than just a pastime in people’s retirement
ICYMI: New neighbourhood market aims to build north end community

ICYMI: New neighbourhood market aims to build north end community

Series of handmade craft and good markets launches in the Waverley Drive neighbourhood, with additional events taking place in May and June
Hillside Festival has a new executive director

Hillside Festival has a new executive director

Kate Johnston is the new executive director, taking over from Marie Zimmerman
Breast cancer survivor Andrea Munk opens Cedar Lily Bra Boutique

Breast cancer survivor Andrea Munk opens Cedar Lily Bra Boutique

Operating out of various locations over the past 10 years, Andrea Munk says her new 'Cedar Lily Bra Boutique' at 25 Suffolk St. E. offers a warm and welcoming space
New neighbourhood market aims to build north end community

New neighbourhood market aims to build north end community

Series of handmade craft and good markets launches in the Waverley Drive neighbourhood, with additional events taking place in May and June
ICYMI: Guelph author offers answers for mystery of tragic Arctic exploration

ICYMI: Guelph author offers answers for mystery of tragic Arctic exploration

In his book, 'Searching for Franklin', Arctic historian Ken McGoogan searches to uncover what really happened on Sir John Franklin’s 1845 expedition to find the Northwest Passage
Guelph author offers answers for mystery of tragic Arctic exploration

Guelph author offers answers for mystery of tragic Arctic exploration

In his book, 'Searching for Franklin', Arctic historian Ken McGoogan searches to uncover what really happened on Sir John Franklin’s 1845 expedition to find the Northwest Passage
James Gordon’s latest album: off the page and on to the River Run stage

James Gordon’s latest album: off the page and on to the River Run stage

Singer songwriter James Gordon from Guelph returned for a live audience at the River Run Centre to record his 42nd album, 'Wrinkles and Scars'
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