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Aastha Shetty

Aastha Shetty

Aastha is a reporter at 570 NEWS. She joined the team in June 2018 after graduating from the journalism program at the University of Guelph-Humber. During her time at Guelph-Humber, she won several awards of distinction for her journalism work and for being in the top 10 per cent of her graduating class. Aastha was born in the United Arab Emirates and lived there until she was 16 years old. She is now a proud Canadian, based in Kitchener, doing what she has always wanted to do - journalism.

Recent Work by Aastha

Families protest changes to autism program today

Families protest changes to autism program today

Protesters will be gathering outside of MPP Amy Fee's office
Union to Bramalea express line makes a comeback at Kitchener GO

Union to Bramalea express line makes a comeback at Kitchener GO

It's returning on Wednesday
UW student union responds after being called 'Marxist' by Ford

UW student union responds after being called 'Marxist' by Ford

This is after the Ford government announced that students will now be able to opt-out of paying student union fees
Kitchener coming up with master plan to encourage more cyclists

Kitchener coming up with master plan to encourage more cyclists

They are now recruiting local residents for a Community Working Group that will help design the master plan
School bus collisions in Waterloo Region hit record high

School bus collisions in Waterloo Region hit record high

There were 58 bus collisions in the 2017-18 school year, compared to the 40 crashes-per-year average
Kidsability may re-evaluate business model in wake of provincial changes to its autism program

Kidsability may re-evaluate business model in wake of provincial changes to its autism program

The CEO of Kidsability said they may have to re-evaluate their business model and start charging people for autism-funded services
UPDATE: Waterloo woman with mobility issues gets overwhelming support from community

UPDATE: Waterloo woman with mobility issues gets overwhelming support from community

Denise Seitz says she has been unable to walk or move freely since being diagnosed with Arthritis and Fibromyalgia
Kidsability responds to Ford government overhauling its autism program

Kidsability responds to Ford government overhauling its autism program

The CEO of Kidsability says they may have to reevaluate their business model and start charging people for autism-funded services
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Justin Bieber's hometown museum to display more of star's underwear

ONTARIO: Justin Bieber's hometown museum to display more of star's underwear

Additions to the exhibit, which include other items owned by the singer, come just in time for Family Day
New additions to Stratford's Justin Bieber exhibit

New additions to Stratford's Justin Bieber exhibit

There will be more than two dozen new items put up for display on Family Day
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