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Santana Bellantoni

Santana Bellantoni

Santana Bellantoni is a graduate of Carleton University’s journalism program. She was born and raised in Canada’s capital, Ottawa. As a general assignment reporter for GuelphToday she is looking to discover the communities, citizens and quirks that make Guelph a vibrant city.

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santana@guelphtoday.com

Recent Work by Santana

Meet the U of G's track star and TikTok sensation

Meet the U of G's track star and TikTok sensation

Kendra Leger's journey as a track athlete can be seen through her TikTok videos
Living better by cutting costs and mitigating environmental impact

Living better by cutting costs and mitigating environmental impact

Those interested in joining the program can still sign up
Guelph studio's short film tells experience of addictions through voicemails

Guelph studio's short film tells experience of addictions through voicemails

Pursing his passion for filmmaking showed Garrett Smith how far he has come in his recovery
Lights, camera, action! UGDSB to host festival of student films

Lights, camera, action! UGDSB to host festival of student films

With 75 teachers from the UGDSB who registered for their students to take part in the festival, there will be over 100 films
Food bundles help local Indigenous people connect with their culture

Food bundles help local Indigenous people connect with their culture

An Indigenous-led food program starts in Guelph and is supported by Harvest Impact
It's no longer in the cards, as Guelph Cribbage League folds

It's no longer in the cards, as Guelph Cribbage League folds

After more than 70 years of competition, the Guelph Cribbage League is no more
Warning issued after report of students being robbed on way home

Warning issued after report of students being robbed on way home

A letter was sent to parents regarding incidents at Bullfrog Plaza recently that saw older youths take money from students walking home
It takes a village, or at least a neighbourhood group, to build a canoe

It takes a village, or at least a neighbourhood group, to build a canoe

A group of 14 children are in the process of building a cedar strip canoe in the Junction neighbourhood
WE ASKED: Are you changing spending habits due to the high cost of food?

WE ASKED: Are you changing spending habits due to the high cost of food?

GuelphToday asked locals if they have changed their spending habits because of the rising costs of groceries
Downtown Guelph hears beats and rhythm with Music Weekends

Downtown Guelph hears beats and rhythm with Music Weekends

Music Weekends performances from Jan. 14 to the 15