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The Sunday Seven: GuelphToday's top stories of the past week

Bees, vaccines and the opioid crisis were among the hot topics this week
Beekeepers on Guelph Line in Burlington after a trailer carrying five million bees toppled.

Guelph beekeeper called to help with Burlington bee emergency

Michael Barber got the call from police to help with wrangling several million bees that escaped when hives were spilled during transport.  READ FULL STORY HERE

CTV reporter badly injured while covering crash files $15.7M lawsuit

CTV Kitchener's Stephanie Villella suffered a significant brain injury when she was hit by a car while covering an earlier accident in Puslinch.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Public Health hosting 'FluVID' vaccine clinics in October

A combination of COVID and flu vaccines will be available at a number of locations.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Developers should donate land for new housing: consultant's report

A new City of Guelph report prepared by an external consultant says developers need to do more.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Officials push for change on Drug Poisoning Awareness Day

The annual event featured a die-in downtown.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Ribfest reels in $48,000 in donations at the gate

Rotary is celebrating another successful event.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Big drop in offload delays at Guelph General: How'd they do it?

The ambulance wait times for offloading patients at Guelph General Hospital has been greatly reduced.  READ FULL STORY HERE


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