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Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel Deutschmann

Ariel is the weekend editor and reporter for KitchenerToday. She is happy to be a part of team and has previous online journalism experience as an intern at Today's Parent magazine. She is a graduate of the media studies program at the University of Guelph-Humber.

Recent Work by Ariel

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UW spin-off company receives $5 million investment for COVID-19 research

UW spin-off company receives $5 million investment for COVID-19 research

Rapid Novor is developing a new way to diagnose COVID-19 by searching for antibodies in blood samples of patients recovering from the virus
Lane swimming and water fit classes reopening at Waterloo Swimplex

Lane swimming and water fit classes reopening at Waterloo Swimplex

Starting Monday, both activities will operate on limited capacity and smaller class sizes
UW professor discusses automation and the post-COVID economy in new study

UW professor discusses automation and the post-COVID economy in new study

Professor Joel Blit says Canada's economy could be stronger post-pandemic if the right policies are in place to support more automation
Retired WRPS sergeant hiking 890 km trail for women's cardiac health

Retired WRPS sergeant hiking 890 km trail for women's cardiac health

Pete Viol is hoping to raise $40,000 for the Cardiac Centre at St. Mary's Hospital
Kitchener woman filling little libraries with books by BIPOC authors

Kitchener woman filling little libraries with books by BIPOC authors

The goal is to make books written by Black, Indigenous and other people of colour widely accessible
GRH to open more clinics for appointments in next phase of reopening

GRH to open more clinics for appointments in next phase of reopening

The hospital will be offering more in-person services starting Monday
Astrodog Media selling new t-shirts to support KW Humane Society

Astrodog Media selling new t-shirts to support KW Humane Society

All proceeds from sales will go towards food, bedding, litter and other supplies for pets
Guelph Black Heritage Society sees increase in threats against members, vandalism

Guelph Black Heritage Society sees increase in threats against members, vandalism

The executive director says these acts won't stop their efforts in unifying community members
President's Choice meatless burgers recalled due to wood fragments

President's Choice meatless burgers recalled due to wood fragments

President's Choice Beefless Undeniable Burgers were sold across Canada