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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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Recent Work by Santana

Young entrepreneur starts new business at Elora Farmers' Market

Young entrepreneur starts new business at Elora Farmers' Market

Find Kai Jiwa at his booth at the Elora Farmers' Market on Saturdays from July 6 onward
ICYMI: A local woman on ODSP can't make ends meet in Guelph anymore

ICYMI: A local woman on ODSP can't make ends meet in Guelph anymore

AnnMarie Krouskie will be hosting her rent fundraiser sale the rest of June
TRAILING ALONG: A photogenic look at the Preservation Park Loop Trail

TRAILING ALONG: A photogenic look at the Preservation Park Loop Trail

Aggressive dogs and owner seen frequenting Riverside Park

Aggressive dogs and owner seen frequenting Riverside Park

Guelph Off-Road Bicycling Association and the Guelph Hiking Trail Club raised concerns about safety to their members
A local woman on ODSP can't make ends meet in Guelph anymore

A local woman on ODSP can't make ends meet in Guelph anymore

AnnMarie Krouskie will be hosting her rent fundraiser sale the rest of June
Anishnabeg Outreach creates mental health software to heal trauma

Anishnabeg Outreach creates mental health software to heal trauma

Anishnabeg Outreach has partnered with Guelph agencies to implement the software
Engines revving at Father's Day classic car show

Engines revving at Father's Day classic car show

Love Your Bike event was a celebration of cycling in the city

Love Your Bike event was a celebration of cycling in the city

Pride in the Park brings the community together at inclusive event

Pride in the Park brings the community together at inclusive event

Pride in the Park had about 500 people come through the event on Saturday
Guelph Dance beat financial stress by raising $14,000

Guelph Dance beat financial stress by raising $14,000

The arts organization is going to come up with new fundraising strategies for next year
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