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Big crowd welcomes Guelph Royals back home <b>(5 photos)</b>

Big crowd welcomes Guelph Royals back home (5 photos)

First home game of the season draws around 450 people to Hastings Stadium
New microbrewery looking to set up shop in Guelph

New microbrewery looking to set up shop in Guelph

Fixed Gear Brewing Co. would be located at 20 Alma Street
Politics: More than just the inane blathering of partisan numbskulls

Politics: More than just the inane blathering of partisan numbskulls

This week's Market Squared hopes to address why we hate politics, and why we should take more of a machine-like approach to the machine
Herons have returned to Rockwood <b>(7 photos)</b>

Herons have returned to Rockwood (7 photos)

Rockwood Conservation Area is alive with many bird and other animal speciesĀ 
Good morning, Guelph!

Good morning, Guelph!

Hot, humid and chance of thunderstorms today
Longfield lauds Transportation Modernization bill as it passes into law in Canada

Longfield lauds Transportation Modernization bill as it passes into law in Canada

Bill C-49, the 'Transportation Modernization Act', includes new air passenger rights to improve experience and ensure travelers are treated with respect and fairness
Students turn pillowcases into emergency kits

Students turn pillowcases into emergency kits

Program teaches students to create their own 72-hour emergency supply kit by packing essential survival items in a pillowcase
Mike Schreiner feeling the winds of change as he tries to turn Guelph Green

Mike Schreiner feeling the winds of change as he tries to turn Guelph Green

Green Party candidate was accompanied by Elizabeth May Friday to voice support for plans to double the Greenbelt
Transport truck hits traffic light. Police seek public's assistance

Transport truck hits traffic light. Police seek public's assistance

Crime Stoppers is seeking assistance in solving a theft from a gas station and a hit and run
Family says plan to gift a 30-acre heritage park for public use is 'on a collision course' with development

Family says plan to gift a 30-acre heritage park for public use is 'on a collision course' with development

City says plans to put a road through the property are not set in stone