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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

Guelph's music scene loses a legend

Guelph's music scene loses a legend

Roly Greenway, who a member of the Canadian Songwriting Hall of Fame and a much-beloved member of the Guelph music scene for many years, died Tuesday
A romantic era of incorrigibles, scallywags and thieving scoundrels

A romantic era of incorrigibles, scallywags and thieving scoundrels

In this Following Up feature we pick up the story of Guelph’s scandalous past with local author and historian Bonnie Durtnall and her second book in the Bawdy Houses series
Local barber hangs up his scissors and opens a family cannabis shop

Local barber hangs up his scissors and opens a family cannabis shop

In this Following Up feature we return to the former Good Times Hairstyles now the CANJA cannabis shop on Surrey Street where getting buzzed has taken on new significance
Sowing The SEED of food security

Sowing The SEED of food security

In this Following Up feature, we check back with the team and volunteers from The SEED a project of the Guelph Community Health Centre that has been working to eradicate food insecurity in the community
Dyeing to preserve the colours of nature

Dyeing to preserve the colours of nature

In this Grounded feature we visit the old Lafarge quarry on Silvercreek Parkway South where local artist and musician Anita Cazzola is collecting natural dyes from wild plants
Hiking the Eramosa and Hanlon Creek tributary trails <b>(26 photos)</b>

Hiking the Eramosa and Hanlon Creek tributary trails (26 photos)

In the third photo gallery of our Grounded trails series, we follow the Eramosa River, Hanlon Creek and the many streams and tributaries of the Hanlon Creek Watershed.
HOW IT HAPPENED: Getting an accused and a victim to talk, 20 years later

HOW IT HAPPENED: Getting an accused and a victim to talk, 20 years later

It took some convincing for GuelphToday's Troy Bridgeman to get two men to talk about a dark moment of their lives, even if it was 20 years later
Promoting community in a time of social distancing

Promoting community in a time of social distancing

In this Grounded feature we go back to the garden for the first in a series of outside concerts and events in support of the Two Rivers Neighbourhood Group
The quest for the holy grog <b>(12 photos)</b>

The quest for the holy grog (12 photos)

In this Following Up, we follow clues to a mystery left behind by a master builder, a master brewer and secret society nearly a century ago
New Borat film features song by Guelph's Adrian Raso

New Borat film features song by Guelph's Adrian Raso

In this Following Up feature we chat with guitarist and composer Adrian Raso about the use of one of his songs in the new Borat film