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

#1MillionMarch4Children was drowned out by counter-protesters, a Palmerston man convicted of sexual assault, and a new Indian restaurant is open as part of a busy week in news
The #1MillionMarch4Children Guelph event drew roughly 150 people in support of the event Wednesday and 1,000 protesting the event in Downtown Guelph.

Anti-hate protesters drown out #1MillionMarch message

Anti-protesters far outnumbered those taking part in the #1MillionMarch4Children Wednesday in Guelph. READ THE FULL STORY.

Guelph Symphony heartbroken over 'immeasurable loss' of KW Symphony

After the KW Symphony cancelled its season, members of Guelph's Symphony expressed their feelings and made offers to take on any students. READ THE FULL STORY.

Hurst found guilty of three of five sexual assault charges

Palmerston man was convicted for the second time in three months after a one-week trial in Guelph. READ THE FULL STORY.

New Indian restaurant option for Guelph diners

Jannat-E-Punjab Bar & Grill has opened in the plaza at 206 Speedvale Ave. W. READ THE FULL STORY.

Developer seeks approval for Baker Street towers, townhouses

Open house is planned to discuss what's coming next in the Baker Street redevelopment project. READ THE FULL STORY.

Packaging manufacturer opens 90,000-square foot plant in Guelph

Onmia Packaging held its grand opening at its first North American plant on Phelan Court. The company produces sustainable plastic and paper packaging. READ THE FULL STORY.

The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada gets a celebrity backer

Belinda Carlisle, lead vocalist of the Go-Go's has sponsored a Duke at the Donkey Sanctuary of Canada. READ THE FULL STORY.


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