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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

Traditional solutions for modern environmental problems

Traditional solutions for modern environmental problems

For this Cultivate feature we visit Harrcroft Acres Ltd. dairy farm north of Fergus where the Harrop family are using processes passed down through generations to capture and store carbon
Traditional solutions for modern environmental problems

Traditional solutions for modern environmental problems

For this Cultivate feature we visit Harrcroft Acres Ltd. dairy farm north of Fergus where the Harrop family are using processes passed down through generations to capture and store carbon
A story of coffee and cooperation

A story of coffee and cooperation

In this Let's Eat feature we share a cup of Sister’s Story Coffee and learn how a Guelph-based cooperative and Indigenous women in Peru are helping women across Canada
An orange wave for truth and change

An orange wave for truth and change

Canada Day celebrations were replaced this year with calls for truth and reconciliation during a vigil and march through Guelph Thursday afternoon
Getting the Scoop

Getting the Scoop

For this Let’s Eat feature we visit Mill Street in Elora to pick up a litre of everyone’s favourite homemade treat made with fresh local ingredients at Scoop Ice Cream
Cultivating community at the Erin Farmers' Market <b>(16 photos)</b>

Cultivating community at the Erin Farmers' Market (16 photos)

In this Cultivate feature we chat with local farmers and artisans about the commercial and cultural value of community markets such as the Erin Farmers Market
Nicholas Ruddock’s epic adventure

Nicholas Ruddock’s epic adventure

In this Following Up feature we take a literary journey back to the 19th Century with Guelph author and poet Nicholas Ruddock and the Last Hummingbird West of Chile
Doug Minett: always searching for novel ideas

Doug Minett: always searching for novel ideas

In this Following Up feature we pick up the plot with the co-founder of the Bookshelf and executive director of the Canadian Independent Booksellers Association, Doug Minett during the latest chapter in his storied career
Cambridge school is awarded for rewarding work

Cambridge school is awarded for rewarding work

In this Inspire feature we visit an award-winning group of gardeners at Stewart Avenue Public School where children are learning about nutrition and life skills by growing vegetables
Community curriculum: Students help feed people in need

Community curriculum: Students help feed people in need

Catholic teachers and high school students are using their culinary training to feed the homeless and others who are food insecure