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<b>From the Second Storey:</b> The 'wild west' but with hikers, ATV-ers, dog walkers

From the Second Storey: The 'wild west' but with hikers, ATV-ers, dog walkers

There are nearly 80,000 kilometres of trails around Ontario with a lot of different interest groups vying for them
City council to debate fate of Guelph's struggling district energy initiative

City council to debate fate of Guelph's struggling district energy initiative

City council to debate recommendations of underperforming, some would say failed, attempt at district energy
Road rage incident leads to dangerous driving charges

Road rage incident leads to dangerous driving charges

At one point one of the drivers threw a cup of coffee at the others' vehicle
Guelph Royals claw their way out of Intercounty basement

Guelph Royals claw their way out of Intercounty basement

Will host Barrie Baycats on Tuesday at Hastings Stadium
Guelph Tool Library getting ready to open

Guelph Tool Library getting ready to open

Transition Guelph's Tool Library holds open house to help create awareness, and donations, in advance of next month's opening
Aberfoyle DockDogs event pits dog against dog in wet competition <b>(16 photos)</b>

Aberfoyle DockDogs event pits dog against dog in wet competition (16 photos)

DockDogs compete to see who can jump the furthest, highest and swim the quickest at Ren's Pet Depot south of Guelph
<b>Movie Review:</b> Midnight Special

Movie Review: Midnight Special

Made with a budget of maybe eighteen million, less than the craft services budget on some films playing in the multiplex, Midnight Special is a more emotional and evocative and awe-inspiring film than any twenty franchise films.
Perfect date for showing, selling and creating Art on the Street <b>(13 photos)</b>

Perfect date for showing, selling and creating Art on the Street (13 photos)

Annual event draws huge crowd on sun-drenched day
Mom of the House: Tips for surviving summer

Mom of the House: Tips for surviving summer

Summer vacation is a highly anticipated time of year for most school age children. Once the weather turns warm children are itching to stay home and enjoy the summer months, rather than spend the day glued to their desks
U of G cancer breakthrough leads to human clinical trials

U of G cancer breakthrough leads to human clinical trials

Ontario Veterinary College professor Byram Bridle part of team detailing research with mice and how it has lead to clinical trials in humans