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Partytown Guelph cancels St. Patrick's Day parties

Partytown Guelph cancels St. Patrick's Day parties

Partytown, which owns several Downtown Guelph bars and restaurants, had come under fire on social media for advertising it would be partying on Tuesday
Guelph couple struggling to get home from Morocco <b>(UPDATED)</b>

Guelph couple struggling to get home from Morocco (UPDATED)

'The Moroccan government told all tour companies to stop their tours and get their clients out of Morocco'
Not the year for St. Patrick's Day partying, says Guelph's Mayor

Not the year for St. Patrick's Day partying, says Guelph's Mayor

Guelph Police will have a large complement of officers on duty Tuesday in response to possible unsanctioned parties
Guelph General Hospital restricting visitors and cancelling elective services

Guelph General Hospital restricting visitors and cancelling elective services

New visiting hours are 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. and only one person per patient
More municipal offices closing across Wellington County

More municipal offices closing across Wellington County

Erin, Mapleton, Wellington North and Minto are closing municipal buildings out of caution due to the COVID-19 situation
Guelph's COVID-19 screening clinic opens Tuesday morning

Guelph's COVID-19 screening clinic opens Tuesday morning

People asked to stay home if they have mild symptoms, call doctor for moderate symptoms, visit emergency for severe symptoms
CMHA restricts in-person services

CMHA restricts in-person services

Waterloo Avenue facility open only to clients who require injections or are in crisis
Local restaurant owners meeting to share ideas, concerns UPDATE: Meeting cancelled

Local restaurant owners meeting to share ideas, concerns UPDATE: Meeting cancelled

One downtown restaurant owner said business is already down 30 per cent
'It's beautiful and frightening all at once,' as Guelph rallies to help strangers during COVID-19 crisis

'It's beautiful and frightening all at once,' as Guelph rallies to help strangers during COVID-19 crisis

From grocery shopping for complete strangers to walking dogs, groups are popping up on Facebook to help those in need
Centre Wellington announces more closures

Centre Wellington announces more closures

Concerns about Coronavirus has prompted the township to make significant changes in service