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Barbara Latkowski

Barbara Latkowski

Barbara graduated with a Masters degree in Journalism from Western University and has written for publications in northern British Columbia and southwestern Ontario. She has covered politics, arts and entertainment, health, education, sports, courts, social justice, and issues that matter to the community. Barbara joined GuelphToday as a freelance reporter in 2019 and came onboard as a full-time journalist at CambridgeToday in 2021

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Recent Work by Barbara

‘Take what you need and leave what you can’

‘Take what you need and leave what you can’

With Thanksgiving on the way, if people have items in their pantry that aren’t expired, and that they know they won’t use, 519 Community Collective Little Free Pantry Project will happily accept them.
Bee City Festival set to bring a buzz to Cambridge

Bee City Festival set to bring a buzz to Cambridge

People can visit and learn about pollination ecology, what field projects are underway in the city, how gardeners have embraced the pollinator challenge, and how they too can create a pollinator habitat
Helping veterans heal through hobby with Operation VetBuild

Helping veterans heal through hobby with Operation VetBuild

Free program for vets will launch with Oct. 23 open house from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 272, Hespeler
Growing efforts to eliminate toxic plant's spread in Cambridge

Growing efforts to eliminate toxic plant's spread in Cambridge

Five times as much Giant Hogweed has been found by volunteers with the mitigation project each year since their efforts began along the Grand River in Cambridge
Cambridge Special Olympian supports inclusive public play area

Cambridge Special Olympian supports inclusive public play area

'This is something for everyone one, for kids, for those in wheelchairs, for everyone, and people should be happy about that. That’s what we need, places that are accessible to everyone'
All-way stop a go for high-traffic intersection in Hespeler

All-way stop a go for high-traffic intersection in Hespeler

City staff will monitor the area semi-monthly for one year and report back to council on the impact of traffic in the area and on the effectiveness of the stop
Offload delays becoming more critical for paramedic services

Offload delays becoming more critical for paramedic services

Offload delays at hospital should not be a 'culture,' says paramedic chief
Cambridge dog recovering after blue-green algae poisoning

Cambridge dog recovering after blue-green algae poisoning

Karen Harnack-O’Connor is warning other dog owners to be wary of letting their dogs cool off in water where algae may be present
Local teen author helps children learn healthy habits with new book

Local teen author helps children learn healthy habits with new book

'With my online picture book, children can learn good habits, while being entertained by colourful pictures. And it’s interactive.'
Hosts needed urgently for Ukrainian families coming to region

Hosts needed urgently for Ukrainian families coming to region

'If anyone has a spare room in their house, maybe a secondary unit, or maybe a senior struggling and living on their own, they can reach out to us'
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