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

From visits from the Prime Minister to high achieving youth, it was a busy week in Guelph and area
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau making an announcement about Building More Homes Faster at Grace Gardens on 721 Woolwich St. on March 17, 2023.

Prime Minister stops in Guelph to announce new housing project

Justin Trudeau announced a new fund aimed at helping get new homes built on Friday.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Proposed new trucking company HG has BlueTriton 'concerned'

Water bottling giant in Puslinch has concerns about a trucking firm that wants to put its headquarters across the road.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Just like dad: Maddie Mullin strikes gold at Canada Games


Matt Mullin won gold as a hockey player at the Canada Games in PEI in 1990. Now his daughter, a skier, has done the same. READ FULL STORY HERE

Ajay Heble awarded $100,000 for excellence in his academic field

University of Guelph professor honoured.  READ FULL STORY HERE

City wants to see affordable housing on former reformatory land

In passing a motion recently, council identified the provincially-owned York Road property as possible affordable housing land.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Councillor looks to form Guelph sports council advocacy group

Ward 1 councillor Dan Gibson has organized a town hall with the goal of forming a group that will give spors organizations in Guelph a collective voice.  READ FULL STORY HERE

Six Jesuit priests who served in Guelph named by church as 'credible' sexual abusers

Six priests who at one time served the Jesuit church in Guelph are among 27 priests identified by the church as 'credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors.' Only one is still alive.  READ FULL STORY HERE


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