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Justine Fraser

Justine Fraser

I'm excited to join the team at CambridgeToday and get to know the people in the city, reporting on various issues. I enjoy living in the city and generally have a camera in my hand. People may have read some of my articles or heard me on the radio in the past. I can often be spotted walking with my giant white dog around town.

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justine@cambridgetoday.ca

Recent Work by Justine

Tiger Lofts tenants demand answers about looming eviction

Tiger Lofts tenants demand answers about looming eviction

Region of Waterloo confirms owner wants out of contract to provide affordable housing at 35 Water Street South, which isn't set to expire until 2028
Region denies funding request from sexual assault support centre

Region denies funding request from sexual assault support centre

SASC is the latest agency to ask the region to step outside of its lane of responsibility to provide funding normally delivered by the province
Cambridge Memorial Hospital 'is essentially full'

Cambridge Memorial Hospital 'is essentially full'

CMH is so short-staffed and over-burdened that it was forced to hold 22 admitted patients in the emergency department Tuesday morning—its highest number ever
Couple brings free jazz to their new home of Cambridge

Couple brings free jazz to their new home of Cambridge

Already scheduled again for next summer, Galt Jazz is attracting large crowds every month to the downtown core
Not even a fire could stop this couple from getting married

Not even a fire could stop this couple from getting married

Joe and Marcy Poulin were on their way to get married at the Old Marina when it burst into flames on Saturday. Amazingly, they found another venue to host the party
CMH welcomes Canada's first-ever hospital therapy dog

CMH welcomes Canada's first-ever hospital therapy dog

Ruff work: Ember, a black Labrador, will help doctors, nurses and other staff at Cambridge Memorial Hospital navigate stressful situations
Cambridge Shelter attains new executive director Wayne Paddick

Cambridge Shelter attains new executive director Wayne Paddick

Wayne Paddick's main focus in his new role is to keep The Bridges shelter running smoothly while considering what the future of the Cambridge Shelter Corporation should look like
Cambridge canoe club has been helping the community since 1988

Cambridge canoe club has been helping the community since 1988

The Ancient Mariners Canoe Club of Cambridge volunteers their time to help the community, mainly through environmental initiatives like Cambridge's first pollinator preserve
Cambridge musician creates music videos inspired by pandemic

Cambridge musician creates music videos inspired by pandemic

The Irregular Decagon films all his music videos locally, his latest was filmed in the North Dumfries Conservation Area.
Competing in Cambridge for chance at title of world's strongest

Competing in Cambridge for chance at title of world's strongest

Winners will qualify for the 2022 national and 2023 provincials competition for the world's strongest man or woman.