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Anam Khan

Anam Khan

Anam Khan is a journalist who covers numerous beats in Guelph and Wellington County that include politics, crime, features, environment and social justice. In her first year with GuelphToday, she completed a five-part series called The Syrian Experience— an in-depth look at integration struggles faced by Syrian refugees in the community

Recent Work by Anam

'Dear friend, we want you to know that you have friends at J.O.E.'

'Dear friend, we want you to know that you have friends at J.O.E.'

J.O.E. program for adults with developmental disabilities sends 4,250 cards to 15 community organizations in Guelph to lift their spirits
UGDSB puts brake on expanding French immersion, teacher shortage part of reason

UGDSB puts brake on expanding French immersion, teacher shortage part of reason

The demand for French programs in Guelph far outweighs the availability
Free winter gear and free food: local groups help those in need during pandemic

Free winter gear and free food: local groups help those in need during pandemic

ASNOW Action Committee and A.D.A.M. are giving free food and winter gear on Sunday and a local group teamed up with Lakeside HOPE House to encourage donations of everyday items
UGDSB welcoming international students back for second semester

UGDSB welcoming international students back for second semester

Students part of the International Student Program will be able to return to school next semester
UGDSB delays police presence in schools decision due to lack of student voice

UGDSB delays police presence in schools decision due to lack of student voice

The deadline to present recommendations to the board has been extended three months
HOPE House seeks donations to help with its Affordable Holiday Gift Market

HOPE House seeks donations to help with its Affordable Holiday Gift Market

HOPE House, where the number of people accessing services is up 73 per cent, won't be doing its hamper program this year but has teamed up with the Children's Foundation for the gift market
'Shoe Strike' Friday as Guelph teens get creative to raise awareness about climate change

'Shoe Strike' Friday as Guelph teens get creative to raise awareness about climate change

Used and new shoes from the protest will be donated to local charities
Cheaper rent, new chefs, closed restaurants: How COVID will change restaurant landscape

Cheaper rent, new chefs, closed restaurants: How COVID will change restaurant landscape

'The only thing tougher for a chef not having a job is owning a restaurant to be truthful'
Public Health, community leaders discuss vaccine safety, possible third wave and COVID fatigue

Public Health, community leaders discuss vaccine safety, possible third wave and COVID fatigue

The webinar is part of a monthly series sponsored by Bracelet of Hope
New paramedic station downtown will help improve call response times

New paramedic station downtown will help improve call response times

Renovations are expected to be completed by April