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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

Growing social and economic roots <b>(10 photos)</b>

Growing social and economic roots (10 photos)

Shoots n’ Roots Youth Co-operative teaches teens how to cultivate crops and bring them to market.
Sandi tells us about her very first jar of green zucchini relish

Sandi tells us about her very first jar of green zucchini relish

This Midweek Mugging features Sandi Huish owner of Sandi’s Kitchen Gourmet Preserves
Walking the plank

Walking the plank

Scallywags, wenches, privateers and landlubbers dropped anchor over the long weekend in Marden Park for The Guelph Pirate Festival
Doing everything by the book

Doing everything by the book

This Midweek Mugging features Kieran Dunn owner of Janus Books in the Shops at Paisley plaza.
Bad Bones come out for a good cause <b>(12 photos)</b>

Bad Bones come out for a good cause (12 photos)

Members of local motorcycle club hit the road for the 2nd annual Ride for J.O.E. fundraiser.
Fergus gets ye olde royal treatment <b>(23 phots)</b>

Fergus gets ye olde royal treatment (23 phots)

Chivalry reigns as Downtown Fergus is transformed into a Medieval village
Embroidery with a subversive spin

Embroidery with a subversive spin

This Mid-Week Mugging features embroiderer Kristen Boyle and her business Needle and Hoop
Grounds for care and concern

Grounds for care and concern

The Guelph Urban Farm Tour highlights the benefits and challenges of growing food in the city
Getting the buzz on honey bees <b>(18 photos)</b>

Getting the buzz on honey bees (18 photos)

Drop in tours at a U of G apiary give people a close up look at the busy and often misunderstood life of bees
Fired up for a change

Fired up for a change

This Midweek Mugging features Jessica Steinhauser and Stone House Kachelofen.