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Troy Bridgeman

Troy Bridgeman

Troy Bridgeman is a multi-media journalist that has lived and worked in the Guelph community his whole life. He has covered news and events in the city for more than two decades.

Recent Work by Troy

182 years of food, music and Fall Fair fun

182 years of food, music and Fall Fair fun

Cambridge Fall Fair volunteers took a moment Saturday to thank the community for their support and pay tribute to an old friend
Cambridge artist makes abstract art with a clear message

Cambridge artist makes abstract art with a clear message

Dipannyta Chatterjee’s hands-on approach and use of natural materials is attracting international attention
Kidding around with people in the baby business

Kidding around with people in the baby business

Stormtroopers and caped crusaders were among the special guests that dropped by Saturday for the Kids and Babies Pop-Up market in downtown Cambridge
New CMH student bursary aims to expand diversity in health care

New CMH student bursary aims to expand diversity in health care

In this Helper feature we talk to third-year nursing student and CMH Staff Trust Diversity Bursary recipient Jody Ann Spencer about the triumphs and challenges of becoming a nurse
Link The Watershed aims to establish regional transit system

Link The Watershed aims to establish regional transit system

Local transit workers have drafted a proposal they believe will shorten travel times and improve services for public transit users in the Grand River Watershed
Making sure Cambridge youth are heard on city issues

Making sure Cambridge youth are heard on city issues

In this Inspire feature we talk to the co-chairs for the Cambridge Youth Advisory Committee of Council about their roles as youth leaders in the community and experiences working with city council
Student scholarship winner has shown 'commitment to community,' says mayor

Student scholarship winner has shown 'commitment to community,' says mayor

In this Inspire feature we talk to aspiring environmental technician and 2021 Bill Struck Memorial Scholarship recipient Maria Tataru about her plans to help save the planet
Rockin’ in Central Park at Hot Springs Music Festival <b>(23 photos)</b>

Rockin’ in Central Park at Hot Springs Music Festival (23 photos)

The Hot Springs Music Festival brought a marathon of musical acts to downtown Preston Saturday with performance from Manfini's, Always on Friday, Barebones, The Brink, Artificially Hip and 5 Against 1
Community cleanup another casualty of COVID 19 <b>(10 photos)</b>

Community cleanup another casualty of COVID 19 (10 photos)

The rebranding and rescheduling of the annual Cambridge Community Cleanup to align with World Cleanup Day failed to capitalize on a quarter century of garbage collecting gains in the city
Enjoying some fresh air and free markets <b>(22 photos)</b>

Enjoying some fresh air and free markets (22 photos)

The initial controversy over the three-day Freedom Vendors Event in Riverside Park over the weekend did little to dampen the enthusiasm of vendors and shoppers alike and despite threats of organized protest, commerce commenced without incident