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Joe McGinty

Joe McGinty

Joe McGinty is a multimedia journalist who covers local news in the Cambridge area. He is a graduate of Conestoga College and began his career as a freelance journalist at CambridgeToday before joining full time.

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joe@cambridgetoday.ca

Recent Work by Joe

Cambridge-born comic uses improv to combat anxiety, help others

Cambridge-born comic uses improv to combat anxiety, help others

After reaching one of his lowest points, Cambridge native Cam Algie took up an unlikely hobby that saved his life. Now he's using comedy to help others with his company, Play With Fire improv and Second City in Toronto
Cannabis retailers think Cambridge market is over saturated

Cannabis retailers think Cambridge market is over saturated

There are nearly 1,500 cannabis retailers in Ontario and another 450 applications in progress according to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission
Ready. Set. Dodge! Grown adults have a ball launching balls

Ready. Set. Dodge! Grown adults have a ball launching balls

Portuguese Oriental Sports Club in Cambridge plays host to weekly games that aim to connect the community
Canada Day brings uncertainty for pet owners

Canada Day brings uncertainty for pet owners

While some will be out enjoying Canada Day fireworks, others will be at home trying to keep their pets calm
Cambridge councillor wants to make roads safer for pedestrians

Cambridge councillor wants to make roads safer for pedestrians

City councillor says people are feeling unsafe crossing roads in Cambridge, creating a crosswalk conundrum
Coffee, cake and death: Death Cafe shines light on end-of-life

Coffee, cake and death: Death Cafe shines light on end-of-life

'We really just want to leave everyone with a desire; the desire is to live life more fully,' says Death Cafe organizer Jodi Williams
Cambridge enjoys a hot Sunday with bikes and cars

Cambridge enjoys a hot Sunday with bikes and cars

Cambridge game company is taking the world by storm

Cambridge game company is taking the world by storm

Cambridge Gaming company has gone global and raised $300,000 from its community via Kickstarter
Local community collective opens pet food bank

Local community collective opens pet food bank

A new pet food bank just opened in the tri-cities aimed at helping pets in need
Bikers ride to bring awareness and support indigenous peoples

Bikers ride to bring awareness and support indigenous peoples

Bikers will take off from Cambridge to Niagara to raise money and awareness for the indigenous community and those affected by residential schools