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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

The timeless art of getting inked

The timeless art of getting inked

This week’s Midweek Mugging features tattoo artist Laurie Stewart owner of Nighthawk Tattoo and Gallery on Gordon Street
The girls just wanna rock <b>(11 photos)</b>

The girls just wanna rock (11 photos)

Fundraiser for Girls Rock Camp draws big crowd and support from Guelph’s music community
Thriving in the workplace

Thriving in the workplace

Province commits $183,000 to new program that will train students, employees, teachers, supervisors and employers about creating safe workplaces.
Farm-fresh food and family fun

Farm-fresh food and family fun

This weeks Midweek Mugging features Kevin and Brenda Murison at the Wellington Country Marketplace on Jones Baseline
Working to keep animals healthy and alive

Working to keep animals healthy and alive

This week’s Midweek Mugging features veterinarian Dr. Ravi Rai from the Downey Animal Hospital
Historical painting returns to its rightful place <b>(11 photos)</b>

Historical painting returns to its rightful place (11 photos)

The Guelph Little Theatre launches its 2018 season with the opening of a new stage and the unveiling of an old painting of one of its most celebrated actors
Building community in all its forms

Building community in all its forms

This weeks Mid-Week Mugging features maker, marketer and musician Ben Watson
Marijuana cultivation research reaches higher ground at the U of G

Marijuana cultivation research reaches higher ground at the U of G

Groundbreaking marijuana research at the University of Guelph is contributing to agricultural advances that will protect the environment and feed our growing population
A family that wines together

A family that wines together

This week’s Midweek Mugging features Barry Browne and Liz Woolford at The Towne Winer on Downey Road
Staying ahead of the trends is fun and good for business, says boutique owner

Staying ahead of the trends is fun and good for business, says boutique owner

The first 'Mid-Week Mugging' of 2018 features Sarah Harrison, owner of Coriander in downtown Guelph