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U of G coding whiz improves access to music for people with dementia

U of G coding whiz improves access to music for people with dementia

Frazer Seymour was part of a team that designed and built AMI (Adaptable Music Interface). The device, which works with a tablet computer, could soon be a therapeutic consumer product
Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition gets its funding increase, but it comes at a cost

Guelph Neighbourhood Support Coalition gets its funding increase, but it comes at a cost

Funds will be taken from the city's affordable housing reserve for the next two years
The Dragon recognized by industry as Retailer of Distinction (4 photos)

The Dragon recognized by industry as Retailer of Distinction (4 photos)

Popular comic book store will celebrate 20 years in business next year
A stroll in Elora leads to charges for Harriston man

A stroll in Elora leads to charges for Harriston man

He was found in possession of property that still had security tags. Investigation revealed that this property had been stolen from two local stores
Vehicle locked on radar at 140 km/h in an 80 km/h zone

Vehicle locked on radar at 140 km/h in an 80 km/h zone

The driver had his licence and vehicle seized for seven days
Officers smell pot. Drug charge follows

Officers smell pot. Drug charge follows

A search of the vehicle resulted in a quantity of marijuana being seized
Mayor is out as co-owner of Guelph Royals

Mayor is out as co-owner of Guelph Royals

Conflict of interest concerns force mayor out of ownership picture
OPP: Don't let thieves steal your Christmas cheer

OPP: Don't let thieves steal your Christmas cheer

An absent-minded shopper is a perfect target for a thief looking for a quick and vulnerable person to victimize
Adopt Me: Koffee is ready for her purrfect home (adopted)

Adopt Me: Koffee is ready for her purrfect home (adopted)

GuelphToday, in partnership with My Kitty Cafe, brings you this feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
11-year-old with Guelph roots pens (with a little help) her first book

11-year-old with Guelph roots pens (with a little help) her first book

Ava Barr Desautels co-authors the book with her grandfather, Guelph businessman Bob Desautels