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Natasha McKenty

Natasha McKenty

Natasha is a feature writer, public relations consultant and host of In Studio - airing of Rogers TV: Waterloo Region. Local news and community storytelling are more important than ever. She is passionate about sharing those stories, and putting a spotlight on the remarkable people in our region.

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Recent Work by Natasha

Hunger No More: Free food festival

Hunger No More: Free food festival

‘There’s going to be over 20 restaurants, music, auction items, and just like Tiny Home Takeout, the entry and food is free for anyone,’ said Tony D’Amato Stortz, outreach coordinator for St. Mary's Parish
Local events industry takes a ‘real hit’ as restrictions continue

Local events industry takes a ‘real hit’ as restrictions continue

'As further reopening of the region remains in limbo, companies like Thunderstorm Productions continue to face a loss of over 90 per cent of their typical seasonal business.'
Emergency food program receives $15K from Shopify

Emergency food program receives $15K from Shopify

The 519 Community Collective feeds those on the streets, in encampments, and seniors who live in motels
Grand River Film Festival features local documentary

Grand River Film Festival features local documentary

‘A Starting Point’ is also recognized by the Toronto International Women Film Festival, Montreal Independent Film Festival, and Stockholm City Film Festival in Sweden
Local man going 65 kilometres for Sick Kids

Local man going 65 kilometres for Sick Kids

Manny Maciel plans to walk one kilometre for every year he's been on the planet to raise $25,000 for Sick Kids Foundation
Local church serves over 1,000 free meals a week

Local church serves over 1,000 free meals a week

‘We never turn people away because we never run out of food,’ said Father Toby Collins
Former runaway helps victims of human trafficking sleep tight

Former runaway helps victims of human trafficking sleep tight

‘I was scared and yet putting on a fresh new pair of pajamas gave me a sense of comfort and hope,’ said Meaghan Martin, founder of Sleep Tight
Where there’s goodwill, there’s a Way

Where there’s goodwill, there’s a Way

For the Way family, giving less during the pandemic wasn't an option
School bus driver shaving her head for local homeless

School bus driver shaving her head for local homeless

Known for her vibrant red hair, she plans to shave her head live on Facebook once her goal of $1000 is reached
Down syndrome awareness campaign becomes international success

Down syndrome awareness campaign becomes international success

‘The more we know about each other in this world, the better people we become,’ said Hillary Gauld-Camilleri
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