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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

Passionate musician creates community hub for creating, recording music <b>(6 photos)</b>

Passionate musician creates community hub for creating, recording music (6 photos)

This What’s Up Wednesday features Jim Duffield, creator of Royal City Studios
Experience is the best teacher at new Waldorf-based childcare centre

Experience is the best teacher at new Waldorf-based childcare centre

This What’s Up Wednesday features Karen Weyler director of the new Star Seedlings Family & Childcare Centre on Speedvale Avenue
Local historian shines a light on Guelph’s dark past <b>(3 photos)</b>

Local historian shines a light on Guelph’s dark past (3 photos)

This What’s Up Wednesday features writer and researcher Bonnie M. Durtnall
Sault girl gives back quality time with Guelph business <b>(4 photos)</b>

Sault girl gives back quality time with Guelph business (4 photos)

Hillary Pagnucco founded Divide and Conquer Personal Concierge Services after moving to Guelph in 2016
Guelph concierge service gives back quality time

Guelph concierge service gives back quality time

This What’s Up Wednesday features Hillary Pagnucco from Divide and Conquer Personal Concierge Services
Daycare goes high tech.

Daycare goes high tech.

This What’s Up Wednesday features Hannah Qureshi owner and director of the new Learning Tree Academy childcare centre in the south end.
Welcome to the ukulele underground <b>(3 photos)</b>

Welcome to the ukulele underground (3 photos)

This What’s Up Wednesday features music teacher and Royal City Uke Fest founder, Cynthia Kinnunen
Around the world in one menu

Around the world in one menu

This What’s Up Wednesday features Billy Nguyen chef and co-owner of Chao Bistro
Postcards for Captain Jack

Postcards for Captain Jack

This What’s Up Wednesday features Charlie and Sandy Griese owners of Captain Jack’s Restaurant on Woodlawn Road
Old home holds many memories

Old home holds many memories

Our first What’s Up Wednesday features Stella Campbell who has lived and worked in Guelph for more than nine decades