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Citizens of Guelph-Eramosa launch Syrian refugee project

Citizens of Guelph-Eramosa launch Syrian refugee project

Guelph Eramosa Sponsorship Project raising $30,000 to sponsor Syrian refugee family
Driver leaves scene of collision, charged with impaired

Driver leaves scene of collision, charged with impaired

Burlington man faces numerous charges
Beer arrives in first Guelph grocery store

Beer arrives in first Guelph grocery store

Metro store one of the first 60 grocery stores in Ontario allowed to sell beer
'O, full of scorpions is my mind!'

'O, full of scorpions is my mind!'

Four part lecture series highlights the works of William Shakespeare
Homeowner faces arson charge after Fergus fire

Homeowner faces arson charge after Fergus fire

January blaze happened hours after husband arrested on child porn charges
Guelph wrestler qualifies for Olympics (4 photos)

Guelph wrestler qualifies for Olympics (4 photos)

"Everyone that qualifies for the Olympics is going to be preparing just like I am and everyone's going to be prepared"
Jury of One: Guelph’s heart will beat stronger with Carden Street project

Jury of One: Guelph’s heart will beat stronger with Carden Street project

It's always sad when longtime businesses close their doors, as Acker's Furniture will soon do in downtown Guelph
Toyota clocked at 54 km over speed limit

Toyota clocked at 54 km over speed limit

OPP officer was monitoring traffic on Highway 6 and observed a female driving a 2015 Toyota northbound well above the posted speed limit
George Morris lecture looks at international trade, Canadian farmers

George Morris lecture looks at international trade, Canadian farmers

Session will include a keynote address from University of British Columbia (UBC) professor Rick Barichello and a panel discussion
Police find crack on Metcalfe

Police find crack on Metcalfe

They were also able to lay a Highway Traffic Act charge