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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

Arts Everywhere for everyone

Arts Everywhere for everyone

In this Arts and Culture feature we visit the office of the Arts Everywhere Festival 2020 and discuss their renewed focus on accessibility in content and form
Creating art with wood, gravity and time

Creating art with wood, gravity and time

In this What's Up Wednesday we take some time to talk to clockwork sculptor Brendan Reilly at his shop on York Road.
Bad to the bone and good for the community

Bad to the bone and good for the community

In this Bold feature we go for a biker breakfast with Moe Weso and members of the Bad Bones Riding Club
Enlisting crafts people to comfort rescued Australian animals

Enlisting crafts people to comfort rescued Australian animals

In this Rooted feature we talk to local crafts people who have mobilized to provide nests, pouches, blankets and other items to animals rescued from the wildfires in Australia
Popular Thai restaurant is inviting customers and local businesses to help them get greener

Popular Thai restaurant is inviting customers and local businesses to help them get greener

In this Following Up feature we go back to Na Ha Thai’s Kitchen for take-out with a new eco-friendly approach
Closing the gap between art college and employment

Closing the gap between art college and employment

In this Arts and Culture feature we join the launch of GAAP the Guelph Arts Apprenticeship Program that pays local businesses to hire U of G art college grads
All the ingredients come together for the perfect sandwich in Downtown Guelph

All the ingredients come together for the perfect sandwich in Downtown Guelph

This What’s Up Wednesday visits Brittany Livingstone and Cael Harlow at their sandwich shop Fred’s Food Company on Wyndham Street
Guelph activist remembered as the grandmother of the environmentalist community <b>(10 photos)</b>

Guelph activist remembered as the grandmother of the environmentalist community (10 photos)

This Grounded feature celebrates the life and lasting legacy of local environmental activist Clover Woods
A summit to the abode of the gods

A summit to the abode of the gods

In this Bold feature we trek with pilot, photographer and all-round adventurer Lola Reid Allin to the snowy summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro
Helping others is the best job in the world

Helping others is the best job in the world

In this Helpers feature we drop in on Gail Hoekstra executive director of the Welcome In Drop In Centre where she works to build lives and relationships with vulnerable members of the community