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Accountant offers pay-what-you-can tax service to fund education in Malawi <b>(4 photos)</b>

Accountant offers pay-what-you-can tax service to fund education in Malawi (4 photos)

Malcolm Duane hopes to help many students in need of post-secondary education in Malawi
Robbery reported at Aberfoyle gas station

Robbery reported at Aberfoyle gas station

Clerk threatened, but no weapon seen, say police
Guelph Police issue warning about counterfeit $100 bills

Guelph Police issue warning about counterfeit $100 bills

Police investigate 15 reported incidents of suspected counterfeit money this month
Public complaint leads to removal of anti-abortion ad from Guelph Transit buses

Public complaint leads to removal of anti-abortion ad from Guelph Transit buses

Three other advertisements by Guelph & Area Right to Life are still running on local buses
Planning a little Summertime Fun for new Canadians

Planning a little Summertime Fun for new Canadians

In this Helpers feature we escape the frigid temperatures with organizers of the Summertime Fun concert and fundraiser for Syrian refugees at Dublin Street United Church Feb. 22
City of Guelph grants its support to 49 community organizations

City of Guelph grants its support to 49 community organizations

Not-for-profit organizations who enhance quality of life, inclusivity, opportunities and social supports in the community
Good morning, Guelph!

Good morning, Guelph!

Cloudy with a chance of flurries and windy
Wet'suwet'en protest attracts 100 to Downtown Guelph <b>(14 photos)</b>

Wet'suwet'en protest attracts 100 to Downtown Guelph (14 photos)

Supporters delivered messages to downtown banks then marched to the office of MP Lloyd Longfield
Are you a grade 12 student interested in a summer trades co-op?

Are you a grade 12 student interested in a summer trades co-op?

Registration through UGDSB is open until March 13
Winter Warm-Up Lunch back for fifth year to support youth programs

Winter Warm-Up Lunch back for fifth year to support youth programs

In 2019, the lunch raised approximately $9,000