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Guelph now using private collection agencies to collect old fines

Guelph now using private collection agencies to collect old fines

A total of 31,000 unpaid fines totaling $14 million have been turned over to collection agencies
This weekend's Multicultural Festival adds fireworks to festivities

This weekend's Multicultural Festival adds fireworks to festivities

Saturday night fireworks at Riverside Park will help celebrate the popular festival's 30th anniversary
The story of one man's end and what comes after

The story of one man's end and what comes after

Documentary film explores an unorthodox blending of conservation and end of life arrangements
Plan to close Service Ontario locations put on hold

Plan to close Service Ontario locations put on hold

The plan to close nine locations, including Blind River and Guelph, is under review
Pots of pot land 42-year-old man in a heap of trouble

Pots of pot land 42-year-old man in a heap of trouble

Guelph man fails roadside screening test for alcohol. Police find eight pots with suspected marijuana plants in his vehicle
Creating creatures from the bones

Creating creatures from the bones

Creature Class workshop later this month.
New city skatepark set to open Thursday

New city skatepark set to open Thursday

Silvercreek Skatepark officially opens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon
Growing a cycling culture

Growing a cycling culture

City gradually becoming more bike-friendly
Guelph Taxi Inc. loses injunction bid to get back on the road

Guelph Taxi Inc. loses injunction bid to get back on the road

Company trying to get its licence reinstated after having it revoked last September for by-law violations
Church forced to clean up $500 worth of colourful obscenities <b>(4 photos)</b>

Church forced to clean up $500 worth of colourful obscenities (4 photos)

Police say there were a variety of obscenities involved