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Mayor wants answers after solid waste facility loses $2.6 million in 2015

Mayor wants answers after solid waste facility loses $2.6 million in 2015

Failed contract to process recyclables from Michigan also leads to loss of 36 jobs
Guelph man faces 36 charges related to credit card theft

Guelph man faces 36 charges related to credit card theft

Police allege accuse made several purchases with stolen cards
U of G student association extends vote to save subsidized bus pass

U of G student association extends vote to save subsidized bus pass

Students get an extra three days to vote on referendum on new deal with Guelph Transit
Urban Cowboy: Momentum and growth sparks re-launch of Ag Women’s Network

Urban Cowboy: Momentum and growth sparks re-launch of Ag Women’s Network

Agriculture has been slow to embrace women in the boardroom
Library free "how-to" event set for Saturday

Library free "how-to" event set for Saturday

Third annual event offers variety of 10-minute how-to sessions for free
Onside Sports offers alternative to traditional youth programs

Onside Sports offers alternative to traditional youth programs

Church-based program expects to have 4,000 registered in Guelph in next five years
More talks planned to address U of G bus pass issue

More talks planned to address U of G bus pass issue

Student government and Guelph Transit to meet Tuesday
Man killed in fatal collision was murder suspect

Man killed in fatal collision was murder suspect

Cambridge man died in two-vehicle collision after killing his former girlfriend, police say
From the Second Storey: How plans sometimes change

From the Second Storey: How plans sometimes change

Jaya James reflects on how her stars were aligning — or realigning
City of Guelph departments overspend for fourth straight year in 2015

City of Guelph departments overspend for fourth straight year in 2015

Overall 2015 tax-supported variance was $1.14 in black, but report cautions against repeated overspending