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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.


Local author shares haunting Guelph stories with new book

Local author shares haunting Guelph stories with new book

Local author and historian, Bonnie Durtnall, uncovers all that spooks and haunts with her latest book, 'Haunted Guelph', just in time for Halloween
New report ‘reimagines’ live music venues in Guelph and beyond

New report ‘reimagines’ live music venues in Guelph and beyond

In this edition of Following-up, we take a look at the ongoing struggle of small live music venues and a new report that sheds light on the situation
Tour of 65 Delhi, where supportive housing renos are underway (video/photos)

Tour of 65 Delhi, where supportive housing renos are underway (video/photos)

Facility to house 28 individuals and provide wraparound services, slated to open in ????
Community composter staying put for now after being told to vacate

Community composter staying put for now after being told to vacate

No plans to move York Road community composting project, despite potential concerns raised
Guelph study aims to improve access to public washrooms

Guelph study aims to improve access to public washrooms

A Guelph study seeks public input to help identify areas in the city without public washroom access so that facilities can be considered for the future
Roamers take one last trip back to the future

Roamers take one last trip back to the future

Surviving members of the Roamers Car Club and their wives gathered at the Stampede Ranch Saturday to celebrate 65 years of burning rubber and building community
Guelph's Kween crowned at Canadian National Miss pageant

Guelph's Kween crowned at Canadian National Miss pageant

Winning the title of Canadian National Ms., 'Ms. Guelph' will be spending her reign pushing for social change in Guelph and beyond
Encampment residents say shelters not a ‘healthy’ option for all

Encampment residents say shelters not a ‘healthy’ option for all

Shelters don't work for people who have PTSD or anxiety-based issues, say encampment residents
Guelph powerlifter breaks some significant national records

Guelph powerlifter breaks some significant national records

In this week's edition of Following Up, we check in on the powerlifting career of Kafui Hotsonyame, who is hoping to qualify for next year's world powerlifting championships
U of G Weeds Team does it again at national competition

U of G Weeds Team does it again at national competition

Students from the University of Guelph took part in the National Weed Science Contest in Union City, Tennessee, from July 25 – 27