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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

Environmental groups to rally against Bill 23 in Cambridge

Environmental groups to rally against Bill 23 in Cambridge

Dec. 4 protest against Bill 23 will be at Cambridge City Hall at noon, led by the Greenbelt West Coalition
Galt coffee roaster looks to community for help after ALS diagnosis

Galt coffee roaster looks to community for help after ALS diagnosis

The family of Monigram Coffee Roasters founder Graham Braun is looking to the community for help
Cambridge company offers Conestoga students real world experience

Cambridge company offers Conestoga students real world experience

Eclipse Automation founder and Conestoga grad Steve Mai said the partnership will give students a foot in the door by offering co-op and apprenticeship work, mentoring programs and scholarships
Walmart Canada is giving old broken toys a chance at new life

Walmart Canada is giving old broken toys a chance at new life

Walmart in partnership with Mattel are looking for non-donatable toys recycle and keep these valuable materials out of landfills
Region aids groups dedicated to improving equitable access to services

Region aids groups dedicated to improving equitable access to services

Four groups operating in Cambridge are among 41 set to receive $4.1 million in funding
City moving in 'snow' motion, delays report on snow removal

City moving in 'snow' motion, delays report on snow removal

Seniors and special needs groups will have to wait until next year to find out if a city funded snow removal program will become free of charge
Pediatric beds full at CMH as respiratory virus ravages region

Pediatric beds full at CMH as respiratory virus ravages region

Cambridge Memorial Hospital has exceeded its capacity; leaving zero pediatric beds as multiple respiratory viruses target the most vulnerable
Cambridge moms group needs more donations for holiday hampers

Cambridge moms group needs more donations for holiday hampers

With families reaching out to food banks and other community based assistance at unprecedented rates, a Cambridge moms group is hoping to bridge the gap and help families in need
Local international students fight back against high tuition fees

Local international students fight back against high tuition fees

International students can pay up to five times more than domestic students for the same education, and now they are fighting back against a practice they are calling 'harmful and exploitative'
Incoming regional councillors plan to reverse controversial decision

Incoming regional councillors plan to reverse controversial decision

Region of Waterloo residents are unhappy with the last minute decision by outgoing regional council members to give themselves lifetime benefits; incoming councillors have already pledged to overturn the decision