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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

Shedding the myths and misconceptions about immigration

Shedding the myths and misconceptions about immigration

With the lowest unemployment in Canada and a growing economy, some say Guelph can’t afford to turn away new citizens
A Royal City renaissance man

A Royal City renaissance man

This Midweek Mugging features Guelph realtor and music promoter Big John Leacock.
New music festival comes To Guelph

New music festival comes To Guelph

Holy Smokes Music Festival Oct 12 – 13 offers an exclusively 'women-identifying and non-binary' lineup
More than just a sports store

More than just a sports store

This week's Mid-week Mugging features Dino Scrementi, owner of Dino’s Athletic Direct on Wyndham Street
Sharing a story of drug addiction

Sharing a story of drug addiction

Recovering drug addict Donnie Hay calls for permanent medical detox centre in Guelph
Eat your vegetables <b>(20 photos)</b>

Eat your vegetables (20 photos)

Vegetarian dishes and animal rights were on the menu during Vegfest Guelph 2018 at Riverside Park
Artists unite over (and around) some beers

Artists unite over (and around) some beers

The Art$Pay Now contemporary art exhibit this weekend at Wellington Brewery aims to promote good taste in local art and beer
Perogies like your babcia used to make

Perogies like your babcia used to make

This Midweek Mugging features Edward, Danuta and Dominika Rusiecki at the Broken English Bistro on Speedvale Ave E
Guelph-Eramosa Township candidates make their pitches

Guelph-Eramosa Township candidates make their pitches

Water, roads, revenue and taxes were the focus during the Guelph-Eramosa Township all candidates meeting Monday
The Dragon celebrates 20 years of fiery fun and fantasy

The Dragon celebrates 20 years of fiery fun and fantasy

This Midweek Mugging features Jennifer Haines, founder of The Dragon comics and game store