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Ben Eppel

Ben Eppel

Ben graduated with Distinction from the Media Studies program at the University of Guelph-Humber in April of 2018 with a diploma in Media Communications. He spent his extracurricular time in school helping produce a weekly newscast. Ben joined the 570 NEWS team in October of 2018 as an anchor and reporter. He was born and raised in Owen Sound. He enjoys making videos, playing music and doing anything outdoors.

Recent Work by Ben

Public Health offering drop-in clinics to help unvaccinated students avoid suspension

Public Health offering drop-in clinics to help unvaccinated students avoid suspension

It falls on Immunization Awareness Week
$6.8 million in funding announced for three firms in Waterloo Region

$6.8 million in funding announced for three firms in Waterloo Region

It's an investment from FedDev Ontario
Waterloo Region honours day of mourning in Sri Lanka

Waterloo Region honours day of mourning in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka's leaders declared Tuesday as a national day of mourning
Unsanctioned St. Patrick's Day party on Ezra breaks records

Unsanctioned St. Patrick's Day party on Ezra breaks records

There was a record number of people in attendance and charges laid: Police
Kitchener businesses sound-off about proposed CTS site

Kitchener businesses sound-off about proposed CTS site

It's a mixed bag of reactions: some supportive, some against
Waterloo considering lowering speed limits in neighbourhoods

Waterloo considering lowering speed limits in neighbourhoods

They're looking for feedback from residents before moving forward
Local hospital needs $3 million for new equipment

Local hospital needs $3 million for new equipment

St Mary's General Hospital hopes to install a third cardiac catheterization suite
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Smaller Kindergarten class sizes are beneficial for years afterward, experts say

BEYOND LOCAL: Smaller Kindergarten class sizes are beneficial for years afterward, experts say

High school class size studies are reportedly inconclusive
Smaller Kindergarten class sizes are beneficial for years afterward: experts

Smaller Kindergarten class sizes are beneficial for years afterward: experts

High school class size studies are reportedly inconclusive.
Smaller Kindergarten class sizes are beneficial for years afterward: experts

Smaller Kindergarten class sizes are beneficial for years afterward: experts

High school class size studies are reportedly inconclusive
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