Gorilla Doctors brings veterinary care to the jungle floor to save critically endangered mountain gorillas

Story by Teresa Pitman The baby mountain gorilla cradled in his mother’s arms is very sick: he’s lethargic and not nursing, and has a yellow discharge from his eyes and nose. Veterinarian Mike Cranfield, DVM ’77, suspects a respiratory virus complicated with a secondary bacterial pneumonia. Without medical intervention, the baby will die. Cranfield, along with

From the lakes in Ontario’s cottage country to the airwaves in B.C., Scott Duke is finding entrepreneurial success

Guelph grad Scott Duke finds entrepreneurial success in small towns
Story by Andrew Vowles | Photography by Keri Knapp When Scott Duke moved across the country to small-town Revelstoke, B.C., he had a clear plan: snowboard 100 days of the year. To put that plan into action, he needed a job. For Duke, who first ventured into the world of entrepreneurship as a teenager, this