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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

Link The Watershed aims to establish regional transit system

Link The Watershed aims to establish regional transit system

Local transit workers have drafted a proposal they believe will shorten travel times and improve services for public transit users in the Grand River Watershed
Fertile ground for a growing movement

Fertile ground for a growing movement

In this Grounded feature we focus on the work of Our Energy Guelph and their goal of transitioning the city to a net-zero carbon community by 2050
Aiming for a new high

Aiming for a new high

In this Following Up feature we catch up with recovering addict and medal-winning athlete Steve Baldamus as he trains for new challenges on and off the field
A healthy appetite for waste reduction

A healthy appetite for waste reduction

In this Grounded feature we chat with U of G environmental sustainability coordinator, Natalie Vasilivetsky, about efforts to create a Waste Reduction Master Plan
Upwardly fertile: Space agriculture has Guelph roots

Upwardly fertile: Space agriculture has Guelph roots

In this Cultivate feature we look up, way up at a technology developed to feed astronauts in space that is feeding people on Earth and helping save the planet
A journey that starts from the heart

A journey that starts from the heart

Retired police sergeant Pete Viol is on a 750-kilometre canoe trip for Cardiac Care fundraising journey from Port Severn to Ottawa
Taking five on Speed to Sea canoe journey

Taking five on Speed to Sea canoe journey

In this Following Up feature we catch up with Jeremy Shute and Leslie Howarth as they prepare for the fifth leg of their epic Speed to Sea journey
Changes being considered for new Guelph Lake Nature Centre

Changes being considered for new Guelph Lake Nature Centre

In this Grounded feature we revisit the campaign to build a new nature centre at Guelph Lake
Traditional solutions for modern environmental problems

Traditional solutions for modern environmental problems

For this Cultivate feature we visit Harrcroft Acres Ltd. dairy farm north of Fergus where the Harrop family are using processes passed down through generations to capture and store carbon
A story of coffee and cooperation

A story of coffee and cooperation

In this Let's Eat feature we share a cup of Sister’s Story Coffee and learn how a Guelph-based cooperative and Indigenous women in Peru are helping women across Canada