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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

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ariel@guelphtoday.com

Recent Work by Ariel

Cambridge youth cycling 90 km for cancer research

Cambridge youth cycling 90 km for cancer research

Euan Bingham is looking to raise $2,000 or more for the Terry Fox Foundation during the Terry Fox Ride of Hope
Chicken Kitchen brings GTA flavours to Cambridge

Chicken Kitchen brings GTA flavours to Cambridge

'I have been to many fast food restaurants and I can't find a taste like what we have, the taste is really different'
Local candle business debunks hiring people with ASD

Local candle business debunks hiring people with ASD

'I would love to spread awareness for bigger companies because it’s okay to hire people that are on the spectrum'
Healthy eating is made easy at Urban Jars Cambridge

Healthy eating is made easy at Urban Jars Cambridge

'Food has always brought me joy, and being able to make things for other people makes me happy'
In times of grief, residents rely on the COPING Centre

In times of grief, residents rely on the COPING Centre

The Caring for Other People In Grief Centre has helped thousands of people since opening in 1990
Cambridge teen behind new school program, 'Mindful Mornings'

Cambridge teen behind new school program, 'Mindful Mornings'

'I've realized mindfulness is one of the ways to help people destress,' said Shubham Patel, a Grade 12 student at Preston High School
Young Cambridge artist explains purpose of her hidden creations

Young Cambridge artist explains purpose of her hidden creations

An 11-year-old Cambridge girl is behind the project
Cambridge seniors give back to community through 'Seniorosity'

Cambridge seniors give back to community through 'Seniorosity'

'It makes me feel very good that I'm doing this for someone else,' said Seniorosity participant, Joan Graham
Horticultural societies across Cambridge plant seeds of education, camaraderie

Horticultural societies across Cambridge plant seeds of education, camaraderie

'You don’t have to be an experienced gardener, it’s for people who just want to learn and have a good time'
New cookbook tells the story of Langdon Hall through food

New cookbook tells the story of Langdon Hall through food

'It's sharing a story that's so important about supporting the community and our biodiversity,' said Jason Bangerter, executive chef at Langdon Hall