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Guelph celebrates 10 years of Artists in Residence program

Guelph celebrates 10 years of Artists in Residence program

The Artists in Residence program is offered to broaden the community’s experience of the arts, inviting artists to engage with the public and showcase their creative practices while enlivening public spaces
Weekend see and do: Art is everywhere this weekend

Weekend see and do: Art is everywhere this weekend

Look forward to music and art-filled events like the ArtsEverywhere Festival and Winterstock this weekend
The Kitchenman: Serving up the Churchill's Landing mussels

The Kitchenman: Serving up the Churchill's Landing mussels

The Kitchenman takes us back to a seafood specialty at the old Churchill's on Quebec Street
It's here! The first electric Guelph Transit bus has arrived

It's here! The first electric Guelph Transit bus has arrived

The city said the bus, which arrived overnight, is one of four scheduled to be deployed onto city streets in the spring
Man faces numerous charges for returning to banned residence

Man faces numerous charges for returning to banned residence

Man found picking up mail from residence he was not to attend on Elizabeth Street; multiple charges follow
Woman charged after bank staff call police

Woman charged after bank staff call police

Police say a woman was attempting to open an account with false documents
Snowy windows lead to impaired driving charge

Snowy windows lead to impaired driving charge

Police saw a vehicle with snow-covered windows driving slowly down the street
Project aimed at diverting construction waste from dump gets $350K boost

Project aimed at diverting construction waste from dump gets $350K boost

The Co-operators is donating the money to the Zero Waste Economic Transformation Lab, as a pilot project launches to separate construction material at local building sites
Growing food in space: a U of G team might have an answer

Growing food in space: a U of G team might have an answer

A Canadian Space Agency panel were on hand to judge the Canada GOOSE, a food-growing chamber created by a team at the U of G, as part of the Deep Space Food Challenge
Lights, camera, action! UGDSB to host festival of student films

Lights, camera, action! UGDSB to host festival of student films

With 75 teachers from the UGDSB who registered for their students to take part in the festival, there will be over 100 films