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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

Basilica's new pastor was drawn to the church at an early age

Basilica's new pastor was drawn to the church at an early age

In this Following Up feature we visit with Rev. Ian Duffy, the new pastor at the Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate
NDP candidate proud of how she ran her first political campaign

NDP candidate proud of how she ran her first political campaign

Aisha Jahangir took advantage of the opportunity to raise issues of social justice
A Guelph guided studio tour into the artistic process <b>(12 photos)</b>

A Guelph guided studio tour into the artistic process (12 photos)

In this Arts and Culture feature we visit the studios of six out of the 41 different artists taking part in the Guelph Studio Tour 2019 on Saturday, Oct.19, and Sunday, Oct. 20
The third wave and brotherly love is brewing at Cavan Coffee

The third wave and brotherly love is brewing at Cavan Coffee

In this What’s Up Wednesday we grab a cup of artisanal-brewed coffee with barista brothers Jeremy and Rufus Cavan owners of Cavan Coffee on Gordon Street
Catching up with Norm Jary: a familiar voice of leadership for generations of Guelphites

Catching up with Norm Jary: a familiar voice of leadership for generations of Guelphites

In this Following Up feature we visit with Norm Jary and look back at his 40-year career in broadcasting and his memories as Guelph’s longest-running mayor
'His name was Chris:' Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik talks about her motivation for a career advocating for HIV patients

'His name was Chris:' Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik talks about her motivation for a career advocating for HIV patients

In this Helpers feature we talk about the value of shedding stigma with AIDS activist and Bracelet of Hope founder Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik
A storied life of art and activism: James Gordon takes a musical aim at climate change

A storied life of art and activism: James Gordon takes a musical aim at climate change

In this Arts and Culture feature we join musician, songwriter, playwright, activist and politician James Gordon as he rehearses for his Emergency Climate Musical
Project Glory is almost ready to open its doors

Project Glory is almost ready to open its doors

In this Following Up feature we tour the newly renovated First Christian Reformed Church with volunteer coordinator Clarence Wigboldus.
Playing the carillon bells at St. George’s always has “a peal” for celebrated musician <b>(11 photos)</b>

Playing the carillon bells at St. George’s always has “a peal” for celebrated musician (11 photos)

In this Rooted feature we climb the bell tower at St George’s Anglican Church to watch carillonneur Gerald Martindale perform a carillon recital.
Building on a foundation of community support at renamed Royal City Mission <b>(7 photos)</b>

Building on a foundation of community support at renamed Royal City Mission (7 photos)

In this Following Up feature we visit the re-branded Royal City Mission and talk to lead pastor Kevin Coghill and volunteer coordinator Lisa Laws