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Marg. Bruineman

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

Recent Work by Marg.

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

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

Honda is developing four new plants from the ground up in Ontario to create an entire EV supply chain expected to see the production of 240,000 vehicles annually by 2028
Films set to roll at Blue Mountain festival

Films set to roll at 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
BOLD: Plenty to see below the surface despite lack of 'pretty fish'

BOLD: Plenty to see below the surface despite lack of 'pretty fish'

'This time of year, the water is really cold, but the visibility is awesome, it’s almost like it is in the Caribbean, depending upon where you’re diving of course,' says divemaster Jody Smith
Honda workers amped up for opportunities at Alliston EV factory

Honda workers amped up for opportunities at Alliston EV factory

'The fact that, with everybody competing in North America that wanted our business ... they chose New Tecumseth, Alliston, that’s a feather in our cap,' says mayor
ROOTED: Community Living marks 70 years of helping individuals achieve their best

ROOTED: Community Living marks 70 years of helping individuals achieve their best

Community Living Central York is celebrating decades of resilience, growth and compassion with the participation of a community where everyone belongs, CEO says
Pandemic-induced anxiety prompts launch of Girls Confidence Club

Pandemic-induced anxiety prompts launch of Girls Confidence Club

School of Emotional Intelligence program is a first in Canada, aimed at encouraging social and emotional well-being in pre-teen and teen girls, according to psychotherapist
ROOTED: Work in 'Whipper' Billy Watson's name continues in Newmarket

ROOTED: Work in 'Whipper' Billy Watson's name continues in Newmarket

The legacy of the champion wrestler lives on, not only in his projects but with the many residents to whom he was a mentor to do good in the community
Job seekers urged to take 'Me Inc.' approach to careers

Job seekers urged to take 'Me Inc.' approach to careers

'Everyone should approach their career progression with an entrepreneurial spirit, no matter what the position or industry,' says official
Rock bottom to recovery, physican rebuilds after drug addiction

Rock bottom to recovery, physican rebuilds after drug addiction

Dr. Darryl Gebien says he has been trying to rebuild his life after having 'lost it all,' serving a prison sentence for writing fake prescriptions to feed his drug habit
Union fears CRTC filing may mean TV job losses, less local news

Union fears CRTC filing may mean TV job losses, less local news

Bell Media, the parent company of the Barrie television station, is requesting 'relief' from its obligation to provide local content
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