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Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering diversity issues for TimminsToday. The LJI is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by Dariya

Fire destroys 104-year-old church in Attawapiskat

Fire destroys 104-year-old church in Attawapiskat

The cause of the fire is not known yet
Fire destroys 104-year-old church in Attawapiskat

Fire destroys 104-year-old church in Attawapiskat

The cause of the fire is not known yet
There are thousand reasons to feel good in Timmins: settlement worker

There are thousand reasons to feel good in Timmins: settlement worker

'It's easy in Timmins to have someone open to show you around or introduce you to something new and I love that'
Timmins singer raising awareness about epilepsy

Timmins singer raising awareness about epilepsy

Money raised locally is for a new program launching in the fall
Northern Ontario needs to jump on board with immigration: panellist

Northern Ontario needs to jump on board with immigration: panellist

Local experts talk about immigration employment
Guac Mexi Grill opening in Timmins tomorrow

Guac Mexi Grill opening in Timmins tomorrow

It is located at 370 Algonquin Blvd.
There are thousand reasons to feel good in Timmins: settlement worker

There are thousand reasons to feel good in Timmins: settlement worker

'It's easy in Timmins to have someone open to show you around or introduce you to something new and I love that'
Indigenous training teaches officers about Gladue report

Indigenous training teaches officers about Gladue report

The training was provided by Nishnawbe Aski Nation Legal
Changes could see two Northern Ontario schools become standalone universities

Changes could see two Northern Ontario schools become standalone universities

Legislation has been tabled for Université de Hearst and NOSM
Indigenous-owned business keeping communities at forefront

Indigenous-owned business keeping communities at forefront

'We just want to be very successful and help out communities in any way,' says one of the CreeQuest Corp.'s owners