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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

Recent Work by Ariel

76-year-old letter home from WWII soldier reunited with its Guelph family  (6 photos)

76-year-old letter home from WWII soldier reunited with its Guelph family (6 photos)

'I don't think I'll be home for Christmas this year,' said the letter found inside the bathroom wall of a Guelph home under renovation
Guelph women launch online business selling biodegradable swimwear

Guelph women launch online business selling biodegradable swimwear

'We did our research, but there aren’t too many sustainable swimsuit companies out there'
Guelph school raising funds for new recess toys as way to thank students for safety efforts

Guelph school raising funds for new recess toys as way to thank students for safety efforts

'They're really taking it seriously and they're following the rules,' says Mitchell Woods principal Mair Gault
Dublin United Church to deliver Christmas dinners to less fortunate this year

Dublin United Church to deliver Christmas dinners to less fortunate this year

Royal City Mission will also be provided with dinners for a small indoor gathering for those with nowhere to go
Down syndrome society expands services to Guelph, Wellington County families

Down syndrome society expands services to Guelph, Wellington County families

'Now we have the very exciting work of finding volunteers in Guelph and Wellington County'
Guelph's Second Chance Employment service gets $1.4 million from feds

Guelph's Second Chance Employment service gets $1.4 million from feds

Ways2Work will support youth facing additional barriers to employment, including youth with disabilities, mental health concerns and racialized youth
New online resources from local business can help plant owners grow new skills

New online resources from local business can help plant owners grow new skills

'Plants should be a part of people’s lives.' says Juliana VanderHeide, the owner of Botanical Jewels
Local woman to represent Guelph at Daughters of the Vote conference

Local woman to represent Guelph at Daughters of the Vote conference

'It’s the opportunity for us to be the MP for three to four days,'
<b>THE WHOLE STORY: </b> UofG Professor Jess Haines and the screen time of children during COVID

THE WHOLE STORY: UofG Professor Jess Haines and the screen time of children during COVID

This is the entire interview, word for word, that GuelphToday's Ariel Deutschmann did with University of Guelph professor Jess Haines about screen time for children during the pandemic
Paghman Kabob looks to bring authentic, Afghan dishes to south Guelph

Paghman Kabob looks to bring authentic, Afghan dishes to south Guelph

'We’re hopeful that the community will try out our food,' says Paghman Kabob co-owner Daud Salimi