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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann is a feature writer and reporter who covers community events, businesses, social initiatives, human interest stories and more involving Guelph and Wellington County

Recent Work by Ariel

A year later, ARCH is happy to serve burgers and hot dogs at its annual community barbecue <b>(7 photos)</b>

A year later, ARCH is happy to serve burgers and hot dogs at its annual community barbecue (7 photos)

'We had no social events last year, so I hope they can all come together, meet some new people and have some good eats'
Check out Women In Crisis' new 'Take Back The Trail' campaign

Check out Women In Crisis' new 'Take Back The Trail' campaign

The campaign can be found in five parks across Guelph and Wellington County
Twenty new electric vehicle charging stations up and running across Guelph

Twenty new electric vehicle charging stations up and running across Guelph

The last electric vehicle charging station was installed in August
Royal City Musical Productions hoping to welcome residents back to live theatre with new fundraiser

Royal City Musical Productions hoping to welcome residents back to live theatre with new fundraiser

'We’re excited to put this on for ourselves and the community,' said production coordinator Fiona Douglas
CMHA WW releases mental health tips for children as they get back to school

CMHA WW releases mental health tips for children as they get back to school

These tips include developing routines, encouraging safe social connections and becoming re-acquainted with the school
Local organizations hosting virtual series on white privilege

Local organizations hosting virtual series on white privilege

'I'm excited that people are ready to have these conversations and want to dig in together'
'Megan's Minions' honour family member and former CIBC Run for the Cure volunteer

'Megan's Minions' honour family member and former CIBC Run for the Cure volunteer

'I'm glad that I am able to carry on for Megan'
Activities ramping back up at Marden fitness facility

Activities ramping back up at Marden fitness facility

'I hope they feel comfortable getting out and getting active again'
Cement barriers are part of new separated bike lane on Gordon Street

Cement barriers are part of new separated bike lane on Gordon Street

Safety measure has been added to Gordon Street just north of Wellington Street
Portaging for Portage: A physical challenge for a good cause

Portaging for Portage: A physical challenge for a good cause

'Anyone and any business has the opportunity to make a change'
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