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These stories about local people previously featured in the news are made possible through the continued support of Dietrich Law as part of our Community Leaders Program.


Guitar donation brings students together for 'Abbey Road’ benefit concert

Guitar donation brings students together for 'Abbey Road’ benefit concert

The Abbey Road Benefit Concert will take place at the GCVI Auditorium on Sunday at 7 p.m
Guelph's anonymous street artist 'Lionel' gets gallery treatment

Guelph's anonymous street artist 'Lionel' gets gallery treatment

In this Following Up, we touch base with street artist Lionel about his work being included in a protest art exhibit at the Art Gallery of Guelph
Guelph Community Singers returns with in-person performance

Guelph Community Singers returns with in-person performance

In this Following Up, choir members look forward to their session-starting show on Feb. 1
Crane Park bridge in place, almost ready for residents

Crane Park bridge in place, almost ready for residents

The Guelph Hiking Trail Club said the hope is to have a bridge grand opening in the spring, capping off its 50th anniversary legacy project
Guelph's The Scented Market a finalist for Ontario Made awards

Guelph's The Scented Market a finalist for Ontario Made awards

Awards will be handed out virtually Feb. 22
Guelph Outdoor School program connects parents, toddlers and nature

Guelph Outdoor School program connects parents, toddlers and nature

The Oaks & Acorns program offers parents the opportunity to connect outside with other parents and their babies or toddlers up to age four
A year later, Guelph Public Library not hurt by end of late fees

A year later, Guelph Public Library not hurt by end of late fees

As of January 1, last year, the GPL along with a growing number of libraries opted to do away with late fees, seen as a ‘barrier’ for many people
Kween steps down as executive director of GBHS

Kween steps down as executive director of GBHS

‘I just need to step back and work on healing myself, so I can be a better community leader’
Guelph dancer brings home gold from world tap dance competition

Guelph dancer brings home gold from world tap dance competition

Anisha Chowdhury is the first female soloist to win gold for Canada at the competition since 2013
Mental health champion launches scholarship at GCVI

Mental health champion launches scholarship at GCVI

In this Following Up, Noah Irvine talks about the Lesley Irvine and Kent Martin Memorial Scholarship to help other students who have lost a parent