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

Book about farts, a serial sex offender is sentenced to prison time and a Guelph woman donates a kidney to a stranger all made headlines this week in Guelph
Author Kevin Rooney with a cut out of Mr. Tootsee McGootsee.

Guelph man's new children's book isn't for the faint of fart

Guelph native Kevin Rooney has turned what's a taboo topic to some into a new children's book, Mr. Tootsee McGootsee. READ FULL STORY HERE.

'Serial sexual offender' sentenced to six months in jail

Michael Hurst will serve time in jail after he was convicted of three counts of sexual assault, stemming from incidents between 2017 and 2020. READ FULL STORY HERE.

First heritage designation recommended on Catholic Hill

Heritage Guelph is looking for Ontario Heritage Act protection on four properties. READ FULL STORY HERE.

'Here we go again': Centre Wellington defers retail cannabis decision

Cannabis enthusiasts will have to wait a bit longer for a cannabis retail store in Centre Wellington. A decision to permit stores in Centre Wellington has been deferred. READ FULL STORY HERE.

Retired U of G prof wants to feed your unwanted books to the worms

A station set up at Double Rainbow Cafe allows you to feed your unwanted books to worms, an initiative started by a retired professor and avid composter. READ FULL STORY HERE.

Woodlawn Bowl has a new owner

Splittsville Canada has purchased the city's lone bowling alley. READ FULL STORY HERE.

Guelph 'real life superhero' gives kidney to stranger

Guelph's Claire Yuricek is being heralded for becoming a living organ donor. READ FULL STORY HERE.


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