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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.


Trees for Guelph returns with tree planting event on Earth Day

Trees for Guelph returns with tree planting event on Earth Day

Rain or shine, volunteers will be out in the Kortright Hills Natural Area from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 22
The Guelph Games needs your help this summer

The Guelph Games needs your help this summer

'We’re bringing the Exhibition back to Exhibition place,' says games' CEO Helen Stoumbos
United Way forced to make tough decisions as needs increase and funds decrease

United Way forced to make tough decisions as needs increase and funds decrease

First round of funding to area organizations totals $1.3 million, about one third of what was applied for
After closing Party Corner, former owner stitches together new sewing business

After closing Party Corner, former owner stitches together new sewing business

'I love doing all of it because I love the act of sewing itself,' said Missy Morrow, the owner of Sewing By Miss E
Making Guelph more edible

Making Guelph more edible

In this Following Up feature we recultivate a discussion we started last spring with Urban Orchardist Matt Soltys about his efforts to reforest the city with fruit and nut trees
Passion fuelling local musician 1,000 days of practice challenge on Instagram

Passion fuelling local musician 1,000 days of practice challenge on Instagram

'It was really just a way to enforce and remind myself of what I'm working towards and what I do love about music,' says local violinist
Art Etc. and HOPE House join forces to resume free community art program

Art Etc. and HOPE House join forces to resume free community art program

'People are excited that we finally get to be back, it was an important program for a lot of people'
Housing costs, inflation driving up food insecurity in Guelph

Housing costs, inflation driving up food insecurity in Guelph

'I think people don’t understand that a lot of folks are just one missed pay cheque away from accessing places like Chalmers'
The need to look beyond the numbers when studying vaccine hesitancy

The need to look beyond the numbers when studying vaccine hesitancy

In this Following Up feature we reconnect with vaccine hesitancy researcher and author Maya Goldenberg to get her observations on the COVID-19 vaccine campaign one year later
Kitchen Bees charitable food program shifting its focus

Kitchen Bees charitable food program shifting its focus

'Not closing, just changing,' said John Dennis, program coordinator of the Kitchen Bees, which will soon be Helper Bees