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Library nominated for Oak Tree Project 2017

Library nominated for Oak Tree Project 2017

Making Canada stronger by building community
Socially-conscious store looking for new like-minded owner

Socially-conscious store looking for new like-minded owner

Beth Timlin is selling ethical Downtown Guelph clothing store Grey Rock Clothing. But she doesn't want to sell it to just anyone
GRCA owned land subject of OMB pre-hearing

GRCA owned land subject of OMB pre-hearing

Proceedings got underway Wednesday to determine if an OMB hearing is warranted
Local food fest celebrates all things local this weekend

Local food fest celebrates all things local this weekend

12th year for event that features food, demonstrations, entertainment and workshops and fun activities for children
Sobriety check turns up drug charges

Sobriety check turns up drug charges

Subsequent search revealed marijuana as well as crystal meth and a quantity of pills
Guelph Royals baseball team folds

Guelph Royals baseball team folds

Owner Jim Rooney hoping to find new investor to take over the team next season
Art on the Street kicks off summer festival season

Art on the Street kicks off summer festival season

15th annual event goes Saturday starting at 10 a.m.
Two charged with trafficking Xanax, acid and pot

Two charged with trafficking Xanax, acid and pot

OPP executed a search warrant and seized drugs and drug trafficking equipment
Trudeau pledges to change name of National Aboriginal Day to National Indigenous Peoples Day

Trudeau pledges to change name of National Aboriginal Day to National Indigenous Peoples Day

He says the history, art, traditions and cultures of indigenous people shaped Canada's past and continue to shape the country today
My first year in Guelph: A refugee's story

My first year in Guelph: A refugee's story

Naia Alkhaledi, 14, recounts what it has been like her first year in the Royal City since her family arrived here as refugees