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Barbara Latkowski

Barbara Latkowski

Barbara graduated with a Masters degree in Journalism from Western University and has written for publications in northern British Columbia and southwestern Ontario. She has covered politics, arts and entertainment, health, education, sports, courts, social justice, and issues that matter to the community. Barbara joined CambridgeToday in 2021 and has been part of the GuelphToday newsroom since 2023

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Recent Work by Barbara

Bernice Adams Awards: a lasting legacy for the arts in Cambridge

Bernice Adams Awards: a lasting legacy for the arts in Cambridge

On May 23, the 41st Bernice Adams Awards ceremony will present awards, bursaries and scholarships to support youth and adults in Cambridge who work towards achieving their goals in the arts
Scouting Waterloo Region offers outdoor adventure for young explorers

Scouting Waterloo Region offers outdoor adventure for young explorers

Independent from Scouts Canada, Scouting Waterloo Region offers traditional scouting opportunities where outdoor recreation promotes strong values, builds self-confidence, and promotes healthy and active living
Victorian histories depict mystery of Dickson Hill’s past

Victorian histories depict mystery of Dickson Hill’s past

Author John Hagopian, offers a glimpse into the area’s Victorian past with his biography, 'The Life and Times of Florence Dickson', and his neighbourhood book, 'Dickson's Hill: Galt's Victorian Masterpiece'
Friends of Mill Creek Rangers: building environmental leaders for tomorrow

Friends of Mill Creek Rangers: building environmental leaders for tomorrow

For eight weeks throughout the summer, the Friends of the Mill Creek Rangers program offers educational opportunities combined with practical 'in-creek' hands-on experience
BEYOND LOCAL: Growing project makes big impact in fight against world hunger

BEYOND LOCAL: Growing project makes big impact in fight against world hunger

Canadian Foodgrains Bank supporters came together to talk about efforts to help end international hunger
BEYOND LOCAL: Guelph companies shift focus to build tiny homes amid housing crisis

BEYOND LOCAL: Guelph companies shift focus to build tiny homes amid housing crisis

Local builders say tiny homes are an excellent way to improve the value of a homeowner’s property and increase the housing supply
ICYMI: Cambridge angler 'Fishbowl' shares joy of Ontario sports fishing

ICYMI: Cambridge angler 'Fishbowl' shares joy of Ontario sports fishing

Chris Pfohl, founder of Sportfish Ontario, offers customized fishing adventures, multi species fishing opportunities and all-season angling adventures
'Fishbowl' shares joy of Ontario sports fishing

'Fishbowl' shares joy of Ontario sports fishing

Chris Pfohl, founder of Sportfish Ontario, offers customized fishing adventures, multi species fishing opportunities and all-season angling adventures
Cambridge Shelter’s In Our Backyard program: neighbours helping neighbours

Cambridge Shelter’s In Our Backyard program: neighbours helping neighbours

In Our Backyard, helps to address the stigma of homelessness in the community by having clients trained in customer service, work in residential neighbourhoods, and ultimately, provide positive customer experiences
ICYMI: Canadian explorer to present latest adventure book at rare Charitable Research Reserve

ICYMI: Canadian explorer to present latest adventure book at rare Charitable Research Reserve

Canadian explorer Adam Shoalts will recount his 3,400-kilometre solo journey, from Lake Erie to the Arctic when he presents his fifth book, 'Where the Falcon Flies', at rare Charitable Research Reserve on April 24
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