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

A roundup of some of our top stories from the past week
Parties inside residence buildings along Chancellors Way, spill out onto the street.

Concept to print in 30 days: new arts and culture mag hits town

Exhibitionist is a new print magazine in Guelph focusing on the city's arts and culture scene: READ THE STORY HERE

Swastika Trail in Puslinch has a new name

The controversy over what many believe is an offensive name is finally over, as Swastika Trail is now Holly Trail: READ THE STORY HERE

Guelph couple separated by circumstance unable to reunite in LTC

A sad story about a couple together over 50 years now forced to live apart, and not by their choice: READ THE STORY HERE

'My shining light:' Tanti family details impact of Nick's death

Victim impact statements in the sentencing of the man responsible for Nick Tanti's death took place in court this week: READ THE STORY HERE

Fleetstreets: A taste of England comes to Cork Street

Pasties? Sausage rolls? Custard tarts? A new business in Downtown Guelph can meet that need: READ THE STORY HERE

Council candidate trying to organize boycott of election forum

A council candidate was upset another controversial candidate is allowed to participate in a forum: READ THE STORY HERE

Homecoming party on Chancellor's Way

It was, as you might expect, a gong show last Saturday: READ THE STORY HERE