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Marg. Bruineman

Marg. Bruineman is an award-winning journalist who focuses on human interest stories

Recent Work by Marg.

'Really special': Nantyr Shores student makes historic leap at OFSAA

'Really special': Nantyr Shores student makes historic leap at OFSAA

'It’s very exciting that he has so much going for him. We’re obviously so proud of him … he really is such a good person,' coach says of Jayce Hill's gold medal in long jump
Barrie legion to mark D-Day's 80th anniversary with downtown parade

Barrie legion to mark D-Day's 80th anniversary with downtown parade

Local historian and author Ted Barris will also speak around pivotal Second World War battle at St. Vincent Street legion on June 5
Honda's EV plans gear up local economy, environmental efforts

Honda's EV plans gear up local economy, environmental efforts

'If you look at Canada as a geography, we actually can manage that entire end-to-end supply chain and that’s why you’re seeing the investments,' says systems design engineer
Films set to roll at 'ambitious' Blue Mountain festival

Films set to roll at 'ambitious' Blue Mountain festival

'It’s a really unique festival set in a unique location. And there’s a lot of magic that happens,' says organizer
Diversion necessary as local landfill prepares for closure

Diversion necessary as local landfill prepares for closure

'What we want to do is remove as much as we can of organics from the garbage stream,' Simcoe County's solid waste management director says
New innovation centre will mirror community needs, help create jobs

New innovation centre will mirror community needs, help create jobs

According to provincial government, its network of innovation centres helped in the creation of more than 10,000 jobs through the support of 5,500 technology-oriented firms
Local athlete captures judges' attention on Canada's Got Talent

Local athlete captures judges' attention on Canada's Got Talent

'I think I was lucky. My filming was one day, 12 hours before I had to leave,' rhythmic gymnast Carmel Kallemaa says of TV appearance
Bradford Sports Dome boss tosses slo-pitch world title onto resume

Bradford Sports Dome boss tosses slo-pitch world title onto resume

'In two years, I saw massive changes in terms of calibre (in Europe). It’s growing significantly over there,' says Ryan Wood, recently returned from event in Spain
Daisy duck returns to local library's rooftop garden to nest

Daisy duck returns to local library's rooftop garden to nest

'It’s a nice shade with the shed, so she looks happy. We haven’t seen her male friend, but usually he is around,' says library CEO
Scanlon Creek's healthy facelift funded by family foundation

Scanlon Creek's healthy facelift funded by family foundation

Donald Taylor and his family sought to make a contribution to meaningful projects that would help the environment when they created the 452 Foundation
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