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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

Artist and teacher has become a pupil and painter of nature

Artist and teacher has become a pupil and painter of nature

This week we are Following Up with artist and activist Sharyn Seibert who is preparing a TED Talk called Art Activism and How I Found My Muse
Refill business aims to keep things clean, green and economical <b>(4 photos)</b>

Refill business aims to keep things clean, green and economical (4 photos)

This What’s Up Wednesday features Billie-Jo O’Brien co-owner and manager of Molloy’s Bulk Refill and Soap Supply on Carden Street
The Malace/Palace on Alice is rooted in fun and facts

The Malace/Palace on Alice is rooted in fun and facts

Our first article in the Rooted series features the historical family home of Mike Silvestro on Alice Street and the adjoining storefront first opened by his grandmother
Danielle Todd is playing by ear and from the heart

Danielle Todd is playing by ear and from the heart

Todd’s fan club the Hot Toddies were instrumental in getting her song listened to and played on radio stations across Canada as well as Australia.
Transition services help clients clear the clutter

Transition services help clients clear the clutter

This What’s Up Wednesday features Wendy Smith president of South Western Ontario Transition or SWOT Services
Celebrating Molly: the wind in their sails

Celebrating Molly: the wind in their sails

Friends and family from as far away as Texas gathered at Guelph Lake Saturday to celebrate the life of Molly Kurvink
Mental health and addictions activist is taking a break after a three-year odyssey

Mental health and addictions activist is taking a break after a three-year odyssey

Noah Irvine’s campaign urges government leaders to 'Stand up and do better,' but he sees a fractured system
Paul Cullen is putting a new stamp on an old familiar name

Paul Cullen is putting a new stamp on an old familiar name

New Pfaff Subaru dealership is featured in this week's What's Up Wednesday
Odin the therapy pony continues to work its magic for Guelph woman <b>(6 photos)</b>

Odin the therapy pony continues to work its magic for Guelph woman (6 photos)

Amy Lalonde’s therapy horse has taught her a lot about herself and her worst fears and she has gone back to school to understand how he did it
Guelph dancer is creating a studio for the local poler community

Guelph dancer is creating a studio for the local poler community

The new Chrome Pole Dance Studio welcomes anyone looking for a fun way to socialize and stay fit