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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann is a feature writer and reporter who covers community events, businesses, social initiatives, human interest stories and more involving Guelph and Wellington County

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ariel@guelphtoday.com

Recent Work by Ariel

Former Puslinch fire chief's death felt by community

Former Puslinch fire chief's death felt by community

'It makes it emotional, but it's very nice and certainly helps to know that people recognize the contributions he's made in the community'
Time for a fall Rural Romp

Time for a fall Rural Romp

Mount Forest author longlisted for Scotiabank Giller Prize

Mount Forest author longlisted for Scotiabank Giller Prize

André Forget's debut novel 'In The City of Pigs' is built from a short story
Minor lacrosse scores award for mental health advocacy

Minor lacrosse scores award for mental health advocacy

Nathan Joyes, president of the Centre Wellington Minor Lacrosse Association, said the association was nominated by the community
Finding help among the horses

Finding help among the horses

After becoming depressed as a frontline healthcare worker, Nicole Bourgeois-Stocker turned to her first love to get back on track
Fergus curler Norma Harrop helped others on and off the ice

Fergus curler Norma Harrop helped others on and off the ice

In this edition of Journeys, we look back at a life heavily textured with volunteering and making the community a better place
New outdoor market serves female entrepreneurs and Hillsburgh

New outdoor market serves female entrepreneurs and Hillsburgh

Foods of the World Outdoor Market helps participants launch a food business or product that reflects their cultural and culinary heritage
U of G creates some crazy ice cream flavours for a good cause

U of G creates some crazy ice cream flavours for a good cause

Called 'LOTTO MAX Dream Bars,' the four flavours are rare oil painting, private island, designer handbag and grail sneaker
From family tragedy emerges hope and help

From family tragedy emerges hope and help

After a rare genetic disorder claimed Greg and Lindsay Wand's baby daughter Wrenleigh, the family is working to educate othes and raise funds for research
Locally-invented hay feeder makes less waste and happier horses

Locally-invented hay feeder makes less waste and happier horses

'I really love working with people to optimize their care for their horses,' said Sue Wilson, one of two people behind the Hay Optimizer