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Town hall features lengthy discussion about police role in dealing with mental health calls

Town hall features lengthy discussion about police role in dealing with mental health calls

'We aren't mental health workers, but are the ones called to deal with mental health crisis': Police Chief Gord Cobey
City working on patio plan that would see patios extended into two streets on weekends

City working on patio plan that would see patios extended into two streets on weekends

Letter sent to downtown businesses says parts of Macdonell and Wyndham streets could be closed to traffic Thursday night to Sunday night
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Good morning, Guelph!

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Get reading and earn badges with library's summer program

Get reading and earn badges with library's summer program

You can read books, eBooks, or listen to audiobooks and eAudiobooks
On The Bookshelf: A U of G professor helps us understand the immigrant experience

On The Bookshelf: A U of G professor helps us understand the immigrant experience

This Red Line Goes Straight To Your Heart offers an intelligent and emotional story of frailties and resilience
GWSA meal program looks after seniors during pandemic

GWSA meal program looks after seniors during pandemic

Seniors association has prepared over 6,300 meals since the start of the pandemic, distributed with the help of The SEED program
Street closures draw people to downtown Elora and Fergus (9 Photos)

Street closures draw people to downtown Elora and Fergus (9 Photos)

The Township of Centre Wellington chose to close major downtown streets on weekends to encourage shopping local while maintaining physical distance
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<b>LETTER:</b> Bill 175 is ill-thought-out, devoid of public consultation

LETTER: Bill 175 is ill-thought-out, devoid of public consultation

With a majority government, Bill 175 – 'Connecting People to Home and Community Care' could soon become law in Ontario and one GuelphToday reader is dismayed by that, comparing it to a fox looking after chickens
Why can't we ever just have a proper debate in Guelph?

Why can't we ever just have a proper debate in Guelph?

This week's Market Squared looks at the reasons why we need to have *that* debate now, and not later.