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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel is a features writer for GuelphToday.com

Recent Work by Ariel

St. Joseph's hiring drive aimed at meeting anticipated pandemic-related staffing demands

St. Joseph's hiring drive aimed at meeting anticipated pandemic-related staffing demands

'The intent of this hiring drive is to make sure we are prepared to meet the coming need of our community'
Junction neighbourhood to support food sharing through pilot project

Junction neighbourhood to support food sharing through pilot project

“It’s really connecting the resources and the people and the skills that are already within the Junction."
HOPE House's new breakfast program helps start the day off right (6 photos)

HOPE House's new breakfast program helps start the day off right (6 photos)

The program runs Mondays to Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
U of G professor offers tips on how parents can prepare kids for COVID testing

U of G professor offers tips on how parents can prepare kids for COVID testing

Education, preparation and having a coping plan are important for creating a good experience
New study shows treatment gaps for area youth with substance use disorders

New study shows treatment gaps for area youth with substance use disorders

'We know we have some high-intensity problems that we're not able to meet.'
New HomeSense store set to open in Stone Road Mall

New HomeSense store set to open in Stone Road Mall

Second Guelph location will open Oct. 20
Local filmmakers to debut their work at Guelph Film Festival (3 photos)

Local filmmakers to debut their work at Guelph Film Festival (3 photos)

Their film Hands of Man features conversations on work and life Ilario, an 81-year-old man in northern Italy
U of G community saddened by loss of kind, caring staff member

U of G community saddened by loss of kind, caring staff member

'I don’t think we truly understood how much he loved the students, and more importantly, how much they loved him'
Local musician developing a business to help younger artists' careers

Local musician developing a business to help younger artists' careers

'I’d like to be that middleman that helps them and gives them the knowledge that they need'
Mayor’s Event for Mental Health hears how racism can affect mental health

Mayor’s Event for Mental Health hears how racism can affect mental health

'I think it’s very timely and important that our theme this year is exploring the relationship between racism and mental health'
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