Tony Saxon has been covering the Guelph Storm for 14 years. His Saxon on the Storm column runs every Friday on GuelphToday.com
Rob O'Flanagan's weekly column is a free flowing interplay of personal experience and reflection, open to the absurd, the serious, the holy and the profane.
Urban Cowboy is all about food and agriculture issues, research and new developments, from Canada's leading agri-food city.
Market Squared is a column about issues, conflicts and characters at Guelph City Hall, based, in part, on actual news. Read more of Adam's work on Guelph Politico at guelphpolitico.blogspot.ca
Brianna Bell is a Guelph-based writer who focuses on events, small businesses, and community stories. In addition to GuelphToday, she has written for The Guelph Mercury and The Globe & Mail. You can reach Brianna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the Second Storey” looks at arts and culture and explores connections between ideas and people in Guelph and other places.
Sometimes dining is complicated. There is so much to take in and so little time. Put Nancy Revie in a dining experience and it can turn into so much more than eating. Nancy will explore the complexities of dining with with all its glorious distractions in her new bi-weekly column. Nancy can be reached at email@example.com
Philip Maher is a consultant and photojournalist. He has managed international communication projects for more than 20 years, taking him to more than 80 countries. His twitter is @mercytraveller.
Wendy King writes about all kinds of things from nutrition to the job search from cats to clowns — anything and everything — from the ridiculous to the sublime. Watch for Wendy's column weekly.
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Lisa McLean is a freelance writer and president of the Guelph chapter of the Professional Writers Association of Canada (PWAC).
Joanne Hill’s The Art of Living is a monthly column devoted to Mind, Body, Heart and Soul matters with an invitation to you to connect with “a wholeness of being”. Each column will guide you inward, endeavor to quiet your mind, open your heart, and encourage you to experience the body as home.
Film connoisseur Rob Slack gives you his unique take on the most recent movie releases. Get all the low-down on the latest movies. We can't guarantee the reviews will always be spoiler free, but they will always be entertaining.
Dr. Ken Walker (Gifford-Jones) is a graduate of the University of Toronto and The Harvard Medical School. He trained in general surgery at the Strong Memorial Hospital, University of Rochester, Montreal General Hospital, McGill University and in Gynecology at Harvard. His advice contains a solid dose of common sense and he never sits on the fence with controversial issues.
Vin Greco is a life-long resident of Sault Ste. Marie, where he taught Secondary School English and then entered administration. His interest in wine has been life-long. Vin conducts tastings upon request and welcomes any questions about wine and suggestions for future columns. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recognized internationally as the “Queen of Renovation,” Debbie Travis promotes her enthusiastic vision of home decorating and manages to make all of her home-based projects accessible for readers.
Boomer Nancy Revie will explore generational relationships and their complexities from all angles and perspectives. Nancy can be reached at email@example.com
In Jury of One, Scott Tracey's explores issues that matter to Guelph residents. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter @scottjtracey