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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.


Successful fundraising keeps Kitchen Bee program buzzing

Successful fundraising keeps Kitchen Bee program buzzing

Initiative has provided more than 7,500 meals
Guelph artist takes her doodling project out to Elora <b>(6 photos)</b>

Guelph artist takes her doodling project out to Elora (6 photos)

Ellen Piazza recently kicked off her project, 20 doodles of Elora to learn about the neighbouring community through art
Guelph teen receives North America award for saving kayaker

Guelph teen receives North America award for saving kayaker

Carnegie Hero Fund Commission celebrates Guelph's Jamey Klassen
Rocks from Guelph General's gratitude garden turned into permanent art

Rocks from Guelph General's gratitude garden turned into permanent art

'It’s wonderful to see it up there,' says Suzanne Bone, the CEO of The Foundation of Guelph General Hospital, about the Gratitude Mosaic
Nicholas Ruddock’s epic adventure

Nicholas Ruddock’s epic adventure

In this Following Up feature we take a literary journey back to the 19th Century with Guelph author and poet Nicholas Ruddock and the Last Hummingbird West of Chile
Guelph company partners with Skip The Dishes to promote reusable food containers

Guelph company partners with Skip The Dishes to promote reusable food containers

A Friendlier Company looks to lessen the impact of take-out containers on the environment
Doug Minett: always searching for novel ideas

Doug Minett: always searching for novel ideas

In this Following Up feature we pick up the plot with the co-founder of the Bookshelf and executive director of the Canadian Independent Booksellers Association, Doug Minett during the latest chapter in his storied career
One year Later: How the Black Lives Matter protest changed Guelph forever

One year Later: How the Black Lives Matter protest changed Guelph forever

A look at the notable changes that took place in Guelph since the Black Lives Matters protest on June 6, 2020
Swastika Trail saga to have its day in the House of Commons

Swastika Trail saga to have its day in the House of Commons

A petition to rename a private road in Puslinch will be read on the floor of the House of Commons next month after gaining enough electronic signatures to move forward.
Founded in Guelph, Communist Party of Canada celebrates a century

Founded in Guelph, Communist Party of Canada celebrates a century

Occasion to be marked Sunday with live-streamed event