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Kenneth Armstrong

Kenneth Armstrong

Kenneth Armstrong is a news reporter and photojournalist who regularly covers municipal government, business and politics and photographs events, sports and features.

Recent Work by Kenneth

Mobile Health Van pilot to be expanded in the new year

Mobile Health Van pilot to be expanded in the new year

The van is intended to support those who experience a high degree of marginalization as a result of chronic homelessness, addictions and mental health
40 kids will get bikes because these employees made quality products <b>(4 photos)</b>

40 kids will get bikes because these employees made quality products (4 photos)

Brendan Johnson, executive director Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition, said the bikes are a generous gift and will go to families in need
Christmas Bird Count coming this Sunday

Christmas Bird Count coming this Sunday

About 1,700 counts are conducted across Canada
Support group for parents of multiple births offers much-needed help and advice

Support group for parents of multiple births offers much-needed help and advice

Multiple Births Guelph Wellington offers information meetings for parents expecting multiples, a helping hands program and a twice-annual 'We've Outgrown It' sale
Volunteers ready some 800 gift bags for people in need <b>(5 photos)</b>

Volunteers ready some 800 gift bags for people in need (5 photos)

The Christmas Gift Bag campaign will distribute the bags from the Chalmers centre on Macdonell and Chalmers West on Willow Road
Five weeks is a long time to be away, but Isabelle Funk loves being a page at Queen's Park

Five weeks is a long time to be away, but Isabelle Funk loves being a page at Queen's Park

On weekends, she returns home to Guelph to spend time with her family and last weekend celebrated her 13th birthday
Living history: local men who worked on the Avro Arrow meet for the first time to exchange stories <b>(5 photos)</b>

Living history: local men who worked on the Avro Arrow meet for the first time to exchange stories (5 photos)

The Avro Arrow project was cancelled by the Canadian government in 1959, causing 14,000 workers to lose their jobs on a day referred to as Black Friday
Guelph teenager receives national award for his suicide prevention plan

Guelph teenager receives national award for his suicide prevention plan

Irvine accepted the Samara Canada Everyday Political Citizen Award Tuesday in Toronto
Noah Irvine receives national award for his effort to create a national suicide prevention plan

Noah Irvine receives national award for his effort to create a national suicide prevention plan

Irvine accepted the Samara Canada Everyday Political Citizen Award Tuesday in Toronto
Significant increase in patient volumes forces hospital to open additional beds

Significant increase in patient volumes forces hospital to open additional beds

Hospital management are encouraging members of the public to get a flu shot to reduce additional pressure on emergency department