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University gets $3.8 million from Canada Research Chairs Program

University gets $3.8 million from Canada Research Chairs Program

University of Guelph will benefit from a program established to attract and retain outstanding faculty at Canadian universities.
Court rules 83-year-old Guelph man charged in wife's murder is unfit to stand trial

Court rules 83-year-old Guelph man charged in wife's murder is unfit to stand trial

Alistair Wood was charged in the death of his wife Kathleen last November in at Village by the Arboretum
Shelldale Better Beginnings, Better Futures hosts Winter Warm-up

Shelldale Better Beginnings, Better Futures hosts Winter Warm-up

Broad-based community support for Shelldale Better Beginnings, Better Futures was evident Wednesday, as the organization’s second annual Winter Warm-up event brought about 200 people into the warm and inviting community hub.
The Metalworks makes progress on Arthur Street

The Metalworks makes progress on Arthur Street

Foundation work is progressing this winter on Fusion Home’s landmark The Metalworks residential development.
Hootenanny set for Friday

Hootenanny set for Friday

Bring an instrument, your voice or just your appreciative ears
When Josh saw this, he turned his truck around immediately

When Josh saw this, he turned his truck around immediately

Josh knows a bargain when he sees one
Over 200 people weigh in on Owens Corning exemption application

Over 200 people weigh in on Owens Corning exemption application

The Guelph plant is currently meeting air quality standards set out by the province, but those targets are set to change on July 1, 2016.
Man seriously injured in workplace incident

Man seriously injured in workplace incident

Ministry of Labour investigating after nitric acid vapour causes serious injuries to man
Guelph homeowners will be eligible for new retrofit program

Guelph homeowners will be eligible for new retrofit program

Questions swirl around eligibility for a new natural gas retrofit program, but Guelph residents will be eligible, MPP Liz Sandals' office says.
Public has its say in city's new affordable housing strategy

Public has its say in city's new affordable housing strategy

The city is hitting the benchmark for affordable home ownership, but lagging behind when it comes to affordable rental units