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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

Beloved Guelph icon 'Tarzan' O'Brien remembered as a born entertainer <b>(7 photos)</b>

Beloved Guelph icon 'Tarzan' O'Brien remembered as a born entertainer (7 photos)

Praise and condolences are rolling in for Marcel 'Tarzan' O’Brien who charmed children and entertained thousands of Guelphites for more than four decades
Grocery shopping study is more than meets the eye

Grocery shopping study is more than meets the eye

In this Following Up feature we return to the grocery shopping lab in the MacDonald Stewart Hall at the University of Guelph for a high-tech shopping simulation
Giving Tuesday breakfast celebrates Guelph’s generosity seven days a week <b>(11 photos)</b>

Giving Tuesday breakfast celebrates Guelph’s generosity seven days a week (11 photos)

In this Helpers feature we meet for breakfast at La Reina’s to celebrate Giving Tuesday with GuelphGives organizers and a collection of community leaders
Finding the magic in the mundane

Finding the magic in the mundane

In this Arts and Culture feature, Guelph storyteller Brad Woods spins a tale or two about his craft and his creative collaborations with members of the Great Wooden Trio
More U of G students going to the dogs to help relieve stress as Take A Paws program grows

More U of G students going to the dogs to help relieve stress as Take A Paws program grows

In this Following Up feature we return to campus for some college canine comfort with University of Guelph students and therapy dogs from Therapeutic Paws of Canada
Secret Santas show the joy of giving to lonely seniors

Secret Santas show the joy of giving to lonely seniors

In this Helpers feature we meet up with a group of secret Santas for the launch of Home Instead Senior Care’s, Be a Santa to a Senior campaign
Restoring hope for a hopeless condition

Restoring hope for a hopeless condition

In this Following Up feature we reconnect with Bracelet of Hope founder Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik to discuss her concerns about a growing epidemic of hopelessness
Finding shelter for the swarm

Finding shelter for the swarm

In this What’s Up Wednesday we talk with Mike Barber from Tri-City Bee Rescue about his work rescuing swarms of honeybees and other pollinators
Christmas production imagines Santa’s shady past <b>(10 photos)</b>

Christmas production imagines Santa’s shady past (10 photos)

In this Arts and Culture feature we drop into Guelph Little Theatre during the dress rehearsal for their production of Twas that runs from Nov 21 to Dec 1
Christmas Kettle Kick-Off kickstarts the season

Christmas Kettle Kick-Off kickstarts the season

In this Helpers feature we visit the Salvation Army Citadel and join the celebration during the annual Christmas Kettle Kick-Off