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'Won't be gathering for Thanksgiving:' Trudeau says COVID-19 2nd wave underway

'Won't be gathering for Thanksgiving:' Trudeau says COVID-19 2nd wave underway

"We're on the brink of a fall that could be much worse than the spring," Trudeau said in yesterday's address to the nation
Good morning, Guelph!

Good morning, Guelph!

Happiness multiplies when you share it
Former Puslinch landfill site now a pollinator garden (12 photos)

Former Puslinch landfill site now a pollinator garden (12 photos)

'This is a garden paradise for the insects and birds right here in Aberfoyle'
Councillor looks to province, feds for community COVID-19 relief funds

Councillor looks to province, feds for community COVID-19 relief funds

Looking to build on city's relief funding program
North Wellington downtown businesses getting digital help through grant

North Wellington downtown businesses getting digital help through grant

Mapleton, Wellington North and Minto receive a nearly $27,000 grant to hire a specialist to assist small businesses increase online presence and capabilities
Code Orange: Guelph General calls on other hospitals for help as it reaches full capacity

Code Orange: Guelph General calls on other hospitals for help as it reaches full capacity

Temporary measures put in place Wednesday included short-term ambulance diversion and cancelled non-urgent surgeries
Wellington North man faces sexual assault charges

Wellington North man faces sexual assault charges

Charges stem from an incident that occurred in July involving a teen-aged victim
Driver charged with impaired in Mount Forest

Driver charged with impaired in Mount Forest

A 26-year-old from Wellington North Township has been charged
Police called after anti-mask group refuses to leave local coffee shop

Police called after anti-mask group refuses to leave local coffee shop

Incident happened at Planet Bean's Grange Plaza location on Monday
Mapleton says $14 million needed to keep up with growing water demands through 2025

Mapleton says $14 million needed to keep up with growing water demands through 2025

The township has been working on a plan to address shortcomings from expected growth