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Troy Bridgeman

Troy Bridgeman

Troy Bridgeman is a multi-media journalist that has lived and worked in the Guelph community his whole life. He has covered news and events in the city for more than two decades.

Recent Work by Troy

Building on the foundation of Guelph’s black heritage <b>(5 photos)</b>

Building on the foundation of Guelph’s black heritage (5 photos)

In this Following Up feature we get an update on the restoration project at Heritage Hall from Guelph Black Heritage Society president and treasurer Denise Francis
Young jazz musicians are playing to their own beat

Young jazz musicians are playing to their own beat

In this Arts and Culture feature we improvise our way through an interview with members of the jazz quartet Valet
Giving a popular old pool hall a royal makeover

Giving a popular old pool hall a royal makeover

In this What’s Up Wednesday we rack 'em up with Gurdeep Singh at the new Kings Sports Bar & Grill on Woodlawn Road
Growing food and futures in the circular food economy <b>(12 photos)</b>

Growing food and futures in the circular food economy (12 photos)

In this Rooted feature we harvest vegetables and take them to market with high school students from the Urban Youth Farm Co-op
Getting things ship shape for Speed to Sea

Getting things ship shape for Speed to Sea

This Following Up feature catches up with Guelph's modern voyagers as they embark on the third leg of a five year expedition to canoe from Guelph to the Atlantic Ocean
Elevating and celebrating the art community in Guelph <b>(4 photos)</b>

Elevating and celebrating the art community in Guelph (4 photos)

For the first feature of our new Arts and Culture series we visit the recently opened Gritt Gallery on Wyndham Street and chat with resident artist Eleni Bakopoulos
Building relationships with the city’s most vulnerable

Building relationships with the city’s most vulnerable

This Helper feature connects with downtown peer outreach worker Julie Porter
Laughing like crazy is good for mental health

Laughing like crazy is good for mental health

In this What’s Up Wednesday we share a few laughs with Ross Knechtel from the Mood Disorders Support Group of Guelph
Answering the call to The Bench

Answering the call to The Bench

In this Following Up feature we make a return visit to The Bench with poet, publisher and poverty activist Ed Pickersgill
Special Olympian Taylor Redmond is showing no signs of slowing down

Special Olympian Taylor Redmond is showing no signs of slowing down

In this Following Up feature we talk sports with radio host, motivational speaker and Special Olympics’ medalist “Boss” Taylor Redmond