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Santana Bellantoni

Santana Bellantoni

Santana Bellantoni is a graduate of Carleton University’s journalism program. She was born and raised in Canada’s capital, Ottawa. As a general assignment reporter for GuelphToday she is looking to discover the communities, citizens and quirks that make Guelph a vibrant city.

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Recent Work by Santana

800 athletes compete at 20th Special Olympics Track and Field Day

800 athletes compete at 20th Special Olympics Track and Field Day

Canadian boxer inspires at Guelph Youth Symposium

Canadian boxer inspires at Guelph Youth Symposium

Mandy Bujold, Canadian boxer, spoke to students about overcoming obstacles and meeting their goals
Guelph charity to auction off signed Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce jersey

Guelph charity to auction off signed Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce jersey

The jersey will be up for auction this Saturday at the Guelph Curling Club
Guelph Humane Society seeks owner of wandering peacock

Guelph Humane Society seeks owner of wandering peacock

Peacock was captured Sunday at a turkey farm in Belwood after being seen over the past week
Sharing grief and sustaining memories through wind phones

Sharing grief and sustaining memories through wind phones

Processing grief through a wind phone connected to nowhere can be found just outside Guelph
ICYMI: Sharing grief and sustaining memories through wind phones

ICYMI: Sharing grief and sustaining memories through wind phones

Processing grief through a wind phone connected to nowhere can be found just outside Guelph
Sharing grief and sustaining memories through wind phones

Sharing grief and sustaining memories through wind phones

Processing grief through a wind phone connected to nowhere can be found just outside Guelph
UGDSB makes it official: College Heights to become an alternative education centre

UGDSB makes it official: College Heights to become an alternative education centre

Board finalizes previously-reported plan that includes phasing out Grade 9 and 10 at College Heights
Family's grocery bill to go up $702 next year: U of G research

Family's grocery bill to go up $702 next year: U of G research

The Canada's Food Price Report used AI technology to predict the rising cost of groceries next year won't be quite as bad as this year
ICYMI: New online tool connects hospital patients with their health records

ICYMI: New online tool connects hospital patients with their health records

The Guelph Wellington Ontario Health Team hopes as many people sign up for ConnectMyHealth as possible
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